Four-Ingredient Blueberry Frozen Yogurt

Frozen blueberries, Greek yogurt, maple syrup, and lemon juice is all it takes to make this scrumptious treat. This blueberry frozen yogurt is guaranteed to cool you off this summer!

4-ingredient blueberry frozen yogurt

July is National Blueberry Month! What better way to celebrate these antioxidant-rich fruits than with a frozen dessert?

If you’ve seen any of my breakfast photos on Instagram, you’ll know that I eat blueberries ALL the time. They’re perfect on granola, chia pudding, oatmeal, smoothies, muffins . . . you get the point.

Blueberry Frozen Yogurt - Healthy Nibbles and Bits

I have some family visiting from the U.K., and they brought over so many of my favorite treats; among them – hobnobs, chocolate-dipped hobnobs, digestives, chocolate-dipped digestives, Montezuma’s chocolate, and jaffa cakes. My molars and so loving me right now.

The past few days, I have been indulging in these British delights. I feel sheepish admitting that I’ve stuffed my face with sweets when I blog about healthy living, but a girl’s gotta have a break some time. Besides, when I start to get serious about training for the Nike half-marathon, I’m going to have to get my mitts off those biscuits.

4-ingredient blueberry frozen yogurt

This blueberry frozen yogurt is a true win-win: they’re very healthy and easy to make. If you’ve ever made “banana ice cream” by blending frozen bananas in a food processor, you’ll know that they can be a pain sometimes. The banana pieces that get stuck in the food processor’s blades are the bane of my existence. I try adding a bit of milk to aid the blending process with very mixed results. In the end, I do get some ice cream but also a very angry food processor.

Frozen blueberries, though, are easier to blend. They do melt a bit faster, but that’s just a small price to pay for me. Besides, you’ll finish this frozen yogurt in no time!


Four-Ingredient Blueberry Frozen Yogurt

5 minPrep Time

5 minTotal Time

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  • 2 cups (280g) frozen blueberries
  • 1/3 cup (76g) non-fat Greek yogurt (or any plain yogurt)
  • 2 TBS maple syrup (or any sweetener)
  • 1/2 TBS lemon juice


  1. Place all the ingredients in a food processor or blender and mix until smooth. If you want the frozen yogurt to taste more like a sorbet, add a tiny bit more of lemon juice.
  2. Serve immediately with your favorite toppings.
Recipe Type: dessert, snack


1. Adapted from the 5-Minute Healthy Peach Frozen Yogurt recipe on Just a Taste .
2. If you want the frozen yogurt to be a bit more solid before serving, freeze it for 20 minutes and check to see if it is the consistency that you want. If you think it needs some more time in the freezer, make sure to stir it first, and check it again in 10 minutes. I left mine in the freezer for 45 minutes straight, and it was frozen solid. Learn from my mistake!

For more chilled dessert recipes, here is some more inspiration:

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mango pineapple mousse

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16 thoughts on “Four-Ingredient Blueberry Frozen Yogurt

  1. EA Stewart-The Spicy RD

    Great recipe-my kids would love this! I’ve yet to try the frozen banana ice cream trick that’s so popular, but I’ll take your word about the angry food processor. My husbands family is from the UK, and we had some relatives visit not to long ago bearing loads of candy from the U.K.-needless to say my whole family was in Heaven 🙂 Pinning now!

    1. Lisa Post author

      Thanks, EA! I love receiving sweet treats from abroad. I could imagine how happy your family was!

  2. Steph

    Love how simple this recipe is. Do you think it would work with frozen strawberries as well in the same proportions? I have a whole bagful of them that I’m trying to find uses for now that I no longer make smoothies!

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