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Blueberry Frozen Yogurt

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Blueberry Frozen Yogurt, made with only five ingredients, including fresh blueberries, is slightly tart and delicious! Make this in your ice cream maker or a Ninja Creami.

Blueberry Frozen Yogurt
Blueberry Frozen Yogurt

There’s a farm on Long Island where you can go berry picking, and they make the BEST homemade blueberry ice cream. Since making my chocolate frozen yogurt in my Ninja Creami, I started playing around with other flavors and was dying to try it using fresh blueberries. It turned out even better than I imagined! I also tested it in a standard ice cream maker, and it worked well. Some other frozen desserts that I love are Frozen Banana Pop, Vanilla Bean Frozen Yogurt, and Frozen Fruit Pops.

blueberries cooked in a pot

Since there is no heavy cream in this frozen yogurt recipe, I recommend using whole milk yogurt to give it more of a creamy consistency. Since I am watching my sugar intake, I used monk fruit sweetener for the blueberries, but you can use cane sugar or any sweetener you prefer.

How to Make Frozen Blueberry Yogurt

  • Blueberries: Combine the blueberries, monk fruit sweetener, and water, and cook uncovered on medium-low for about seven minutes. Once the berries cool, blend them until smooth and press through a mesh strainer.
  • Freeze: Stir in the agave syrup and yogurt with the berries, pour into a Ninja Creami pint, and freeze for 24 hours.
  • Process: Take the pint out of the freezer and remove the lid. Put the container in the Ninja Creami and select “LITE ICE CREAM.” When the machine is done processing the yogurt, open the pint and check the texture. If it looks crumbly, put it back in the machine and spin it again. If it looks good, eat it right away or store it in the freezer for later.


  • Berries: Swap the blueberries for strawberries, blackberries, or raspberries, or use a combination for mixed berry yogurt.
  • Sweetener: Sub cane sugar or agave syrup for monk fruit.
  • Yogurt Bark: I bet this frozen dessert would be amazing as yogurt bark. Simply pour the yogurt on a sheet pan lined with parchment paper and freeze. Then, break up the bark into pieces and eat it frozen.
  • Blueberry Frozen Yogurt Popsicles: Make popsicles by pouring the yogurt mixture into popsicle molds, insert the sticks, and freeze for six hours.

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Blueberry Frozen Yogurt

5 from 6 votes
Blueberry Frozen Yogurt, made with only five ingredients, including fresh blueberries, is slightly tart and delicious! Make this in your ice cream maker or a Ninja Creami.
Course: Dessert
Cuisine: American
Blueberry Frozen Yogurt
Prep: 20 mins
Freezer time: 1 d
Total: 1 d 20 mins
Yield: 4 servings
Serving Size: 1 /2 cup


  • 1 1/2 cups fresh or frozen blueberries
  • 1/2 cup monk fruit sweetener, or sugar
  • 1 tablespoon water
  • 1 teaspoon agave syrup
  • 1 cup whole milk plain yogurt


  • In a medium saucepan combine blueberries, monk fruit or sugar and water and cook uncovered medium-low. Simmer stirring until the berries are release their juice and before softened, about 6 to 8 minutes.
  • Let cool then blend in a blender until smooth and press through a mesh strainer into a large bowl, discard the pulp.
    blueberries in the blender
  • Stir in the agave syrup and yogurt then pour into an empty Ninja Creami pint.
    How To Make Blueberry Frozen Yogurt

Ninja Creami Method:

  • Place storage lid on the pint and freeze flat (make sure it’s not on an angle) for 24 hours.
  • Remove pint from freezer and remove the lid.
  • Assemble bowl into machine as referred to in the manual and select LITE ICE CREAM.
  • When processing is complete, open and if it looks crumbly, add it back to the machine and press the re-spin button and process a little more.
  • Remove from pint and serve right away.

Standard Ice Cream Maker:

  • Follow the instructions of your ice cream maker, pouring the mixture in and processing until frozen.

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Serving: 1 /2 cup, Calories: 76 kcal, Carbohydrates: 36 g, Protein: 2.5 g, Fat: 2.5 g, Saturated Fat: 1.5 g, Cholesterol: 8.5 mg, Sodium: 29 mg, Fiber: 1.5 g, Sugar: 9.5 g


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24 comments on “Blueberry Frozen Yogurt”

  1. We loved this and decided to make it again.  Both times I have made it it does not fill to the fill line on the Creami.  Is it supposed to fill to the line.  I realize it is 2 servings.

  2. Is there a monkfruit sweetner that you recommend?  I use Lakanto in hot things, but find that it crystalizes in cold things.

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    jillian shimko

    Made this today and it is absolutely delicious!  I prepped the blueberries with 1/2 sugar 1/2 monk fruit,  last night, let it chill overnight.  Mixed in the yogurt and used my older Cuisinart ice cream machine to freeze.  Excellent!  

  4. Loved this recipe – and so did my 10 year old. I added a squeeze of fresh lemon juice to counterbalance the sweetness. Next time, I’ll probably leave out the agave or use less sugar.

    1. Yes, check out her post, she tells you how…

      1. I really did buy a Creami for this recipe and now that I’ve tried it, I can confirm that this recipe is what blueberry dreams are made of! I used wild blueberries (because I had them), half sugar/half monk fruit. I didn’t have agave, but honey was such a delightful addition that I’ll make it that way again. I only had 2% yogurt, but it was incredibly creamy and delicious. In fact, I’m getting ready to make it again–this time with strawberries! Can’t wait to see how it turns out!

    1. I was wondering the same thing but I really don’t see why not. I would think the finished product would be a bit less creamy, but that’s not a deal breaker for me. I made this Sunday night using regular Fage and it was delicious. I have my ice cream maker in the freezer now & I’m trying it with the 2%. I’ll let you know.

    1. Maybe pour it into ice cube trays and blend it up? Won’t be as creamy though, more slushy I would imagine.