Vegan Chocolate Frozen Soy Yogurt

Tangy and refreshing with rich chocolate flavor

Tangy and refreshing with rich chocolate flavor

More playing around with the delicious soy yogurt I’ve been making. Since the weather has been so hot and muggy, I have been reluctant to experiment in the kitchen with anything requiring heat. But frozen yogurt hits the spot.

This has less of a creamy consistency than the
mango frozen yogurt, since there is no fruit to give it body. It melts more like a sorbet or ice milk and always refreshes.

I made this for my father using dairy yogurt. The only difference was you could taste the dairy in it–it tasted more like a milk chocolate bar than the soy version. But both have an unexpected tang from the yogurt, which grows on you.

Vegan Chocolate Frozen Soy Yogurt
2 cups yogurt
2 TBS cocoa powder
1/2 cup sugar
1/4 tsp salt
1/4 tsp cinnamon

Blend all ingredients in a blender. Freeze until half frozen. Blend again to break up ice crystals. Freeze until firm.

To serve, remove from freezer about 10-15 minutes before serving, so it can soften.

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