lemon curd (although no one will mind if you buy it in the jar) and whip together this frozen yogurt for dessert. Your ice cream maker need not sit on a shelf for the winter. Cold desserts are a perfect ending to a meal any time of the year. Feel free to change the proportions of yogurt and lemon curd. I found some recipes with twice as much yogurt as curd, though I chose to use a cup of each to amp up the lemon flavor. Are you partial to Greek yogurt? Try it and tell yourself that the extra protein makes this a healthy dessert. However you explain it, know that this dessert is as easy as it gets. Plan ahead and make the yogurt & curd mixture then let it chill overnight. Churn it the next day in your ice cream maker and dessert is ready a few hours later. Toss a few raspberries in the bowl and call this your Valentine’s dessert!
1 cup plain yogurt
1 cup lemon curd
Fold the lemon curd and yogurt together in a bowl until combined. Chill overnight.
The next morning process the mixture in your ice cream maker for 20-25 minutes. I like this yogurt even better after it is frozen for about 4-6 hours.