Chocolate Frozen Yogurt in the Ninja™ CREAMi®

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Whip up this delicious Chocolate Frozen Yogurt from scratch any night of the week! Simply prep your base, freeze overnight, process, and enjoy!

Chocolate Frozen Yogurt
Chocolate Frozen Yogurt

Making delicious frozen yogurt from scratch could not be any easier to make using the Ninja™ CREAMi® and Stonyfield Organic Yogurt! Today I am sharing this amazing chocolate froyo that my daughter and husband loved! Have fun playing around with different flavors, I’ve also tested vanilla chocolate chips froyo and an amazing blueberry version I’ll be sharing soon.

Chocolate Frozen Yogurt

I partnered with Stonyfield Organic and Ninja to create this healthier frozen treat.  Since there is no heavy cream in this recipe, I used their Whole Milk Smooth & Creamy Plain Yogurt to give it more of a creamy consistency. Since I am watching my sugar intake, I used monk fruit sweetener, but you can of course use cane sugar or any sweetener you like, if you prefer.

About the Ninja CREAMi

  • The Ninja™ CREAMi® transforms frozen solid bases into ice cream, sorbets, milkshakes, and more at the touch of a button to make an incredibly smooth, creamy texture in minutes.
  • The one-touch programs allow for the perfect combination of speed, pressure, and time to completely shave through your frozen pint. Choose between Ice Cream, Sorbet, Gelato, Milkshake, Smoothie Bowl, Lite Ice Cream, and Mix-in.
  • Just three easy steps. Simply prep your base, freeze overnight, process, and enjoy!
  • Want more recipe ideas? You can find tons of inspiration on Ninja’s website.

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Chocolate Frozen Yogurt
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Chocolate Frozen Yogurt

88 Cals 4 Protein 20.5 Carbs 3.5 Fats
Prep Time: 15 mins
Cook Time: 0 mins
Freezer time: 1 d
Total Time: 1 d 15 mins
Yield: 4 servings
COURSE: Dessert
CUISINE: American
Whip up delicious Chocolate Frozen Yogurt from scratch any night of the week! Simply prep your base, freeze overnight, process, and enjoy!


  • 3/4 cup Plain Whole Milk Stonyfield Organic yogurt
  • 3 tablespoons Monk fruit sweetener with erythritol, or sugar, or sweetener of choice
  • 2 1/2 tablespoons dark cocoa powder
  • 1 tablespoon raw agave
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
  • 1 cup milk of choice, I used 2%
  • pinch salt


  • In a large bowl whisk the yogurt, monk fruit sweetener, cocoa powder, agave and vanilla extract until dissolved.
  • Whisk in the milk to combine.
    How To Make Chocolate Frozen Yogurt
  • Pour into an empty Creami pint. Place storage lid on 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 ICE CREAM.
    How To Use The Ninja Creami
  • 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.
    How To Use The Ninja Creami to make frozen yogurt
  • Remove ice cream from pint and serve right away.
  • Top with your favorite ice cream toppings! I love it drizzled with a little chocolate syrup, whipped cream and sprinkles.
    Chocolate Frozen Yogurt


Serving: 1/2 cup, Calories: 88kcal, Carbohydrates: 20.5g, Protein: 4g, Fat: 3.5g, Saturated Fat: 2g, Cholesterol: 11mg, Sodium: 54mg, Fiber: 1g, Sugar: 8.5g
Keywords: chocolate frozen yogurt, frozen yogurt, ninja creami

Disclosure: This post is sponsored by Stonyfield and Ninja Kitchen. Thank you for supporting the brands that make Skinnytaste possible. All thoughts are my own

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  1. I’ve never purchased monk fruit sweetener. Which brand do you use? 

  2. I have not broke mine out of the box yet? thoughts on using greek yogurt?

  3. Super excited for a creami recipe! Please keep them coming! I definitely get an icy/less creamy ice cream when I use low fat/non fat products. I’m going to try with a higher fat yogurts I love to eat the entire pint so I’d love to hack the system and figure out a way to have creamy and a whipped type product but with low fat/low cal ingredients!!! Thank you!!

  4. I would love to see recipes of non-dairy “milky” frozen dessert options in the ninja!

  5. Can you use something in place of the raw agave? Add more Monk Fruit??

  6. The Creami is both a blessing and a curse. I’ve made screams at least 2x week since I received it 5 months ago. It’s a dream machine! Please keep the Creami recipes coming (especially the low-no sugar/ low-dairy ones!)!!

  7. Can you make this without using an ice cream maker? Would it turn out okay if I just mixed it and put it in Tupperware?

  8. So if it makes a pint, but you can’t consume it all….do you put leftover back in freezer and reprocess when ready to eat, or? I can’t ever eat more than maybe 1/3 of a pint in one sitting, they usually give ne 4 servings.

    • yes, that is correct. The pints come with covers : )

    • The instructions that come with the creami specifically state that if you refreeze to make sure that the top of your product is smoothed and not lopsided. Hope this makes sense! My daughter loves to eat like one side of the pint straight down so I always make sure to go in and redistribute everything and make it nice and smooth again. I’m not sure what would happen if you don’t, but I don’t want to find out!

  9. Yeah!!! Hope you do alot more for the Creami! Any idea on the point spread for WW? What would happen if used nonfat yogurt also if one is lactose intolerant?

  10. Do you think you could make this in an ice cream maker?
    Thank you

  11. Can we use lower fat yogurt? 

  12. Will this work with lower or non fat yogurt and milk for lower points?

    • I’m sure it will, but I don’t think it will taste as good.

    • I used non fat plain yogurt and 2% milk since it was what I had. I’m sure it wasn’t as great of a texture as Gina’s, but I really enjoyed it and I would definitely make it that way again. I will try with full fat yogurt at some point just for fun though when I can spare the extra points 🙂

  13. Great recipe.    Would love more recipes for the Creami 
    I love that machine

  14. Do you think you could use almond milk?

  15. Buying ingredients stat! I’ve been waiting patiently  for this! Also big bonus, low weight watchers personal points for me! Very interested to see how this turns out. Will report back!

  16. I am SO excited that you’re posting recipes for the Creami! It’s been my new obsession for a few months and I really look forward to trying your creations since you’re my favorite source of recipes. 🙂

  17. I don’t have the ninja, but do you think this would work by putting the base in a vita mix instead?

    • I don’t have one, so hard to say but if it makes ice cream, I am sure. Report back!

    • My question, exactly! 

    • I think so. Reviews on amazon say some compare this method/Ninja to their Vitamix. I am going to try too, since that is a large appliance I don’t see myself using a lot. Got a blender, will try recipe. 😉

    • I considered buying a creami but my kitchen is so small. So I put this together today and will blend tomorrow. I feel the results will be similar. I’ve done frozen banana ice cream in the vitamix and it works out well.

    • How did the Vitamix work?

      • I forgot to take a picture, but it worked pretty well. Gina’s recipe was SUPER chocolatey so I threw in some frozen cherries at the end. one thing I’d suggest is maybe doing smaller portions instead of freezing in one big brick. I used a rectangular tupperwear type of bowl. So when I tossed it in the vitamix it couldn’t reach the blade well. It was too hard to break, so I microwaved it then blended. But if you did small little chunks either in an ice tray or used a few smaller containers it may work better.