Raspberry Chocolate Chip Frozen Yogurt

I’ve got a new addiction, that starts with F…and ends with …rozen yogurt.

I knew that making ice cream and frozen yogurt would be easy with an ice cream maker, but I didn’t know just how easy it would be to whip up a fresh batch of frozen yogurt.

You don’t have to make a custard base. There’s no cooking, no cooling, no keeping it in the fridge overnight before pouring into your machine and letting it go so you can have dessert.

I’ve still got plans to make real ice cream soon. It’s just SO easy to make frozen yogurt – I can’t stop!

This batch was really just a reason to use these raspberries. And where there’s raspberries, there should be chocolate chips.

If you’ve got yogurt hanging out in the fridge and an ice cream maker collecting dust, here’s your reason to get it out this weekend.

This is basically a health food – and it could definitely pass for breakfast on a steamy summer morning.

Raspberry Chocolate Chip Frozen Yogurt

Makes: 8-10 servings


  • 4 cups plain yogurt
  • 1/2 cup milk
  • 1/2 cup heavy cream
  • 3/4 cup honey
  • 2 tsp vanilla bean paste or vanilla extract
  • 1 and 1/2 cups fresh raspberries
  • 1 cup semi-sweet chocolate chips


  1. Get your ice cream maker ready, based on your directions.
  2. In a large bowl, mix the yogurt, milk, heavy cream, honey, and vanilla bean paste together.
  3. Pour the yogurt mix into the ice cream machine and turn it on. Let the frozen yogurt begin to freeze and set up, about 10 minutes.
  4. Crush half of the raspberries, then toss the crushed berries and the remaining whole berries into the frozen yogurt.
  5. Add the chocolate chips to the frozen yogurt and let the machine run for another 3-4 minutes.
  6. Serve right away if you like a softer consistency. Pour into an airtight container and freeze if you want the frozen yogurt to set up a bit more.

PS: If you don’t have an ice cream maker, you can use the ziploc bag method OR you can go even easier and buy some good quality plain or vanilla frozen yogurt. Then just let it soften, add your mix-ins, and refreeze before serving.


  1. You’ve just sold me on my NEEDING an ice cream maker. I’ve been obsessed with homemade froyo recipes lately. This looks incredible – such a great combo of flavors!

  2. Oooooh – I need to make frozen yogurt soon. This looks DELICIOUS! Love the fruity/chocolate combo!

  3. This is some serious goodness right here! I love raspberries and chocolate!

  4. This seriously looks fantastic! Perfect for the HOT weather we’re having in Boston. I’ve recently made a couple recipes with my ice cream maker, and this one is now in line to be made this summer. :) Thanks for a delicious idea!!

  5. oh boy that looks delicious…and I just finished off all my raspberries!

  6. This looks amazing!!! I need to get myself an ice cream maker!

  7. Oh I so love this combination! I do this thing at home when I want a snack where I just stick chocolate chips in raspberries. Like one chip per raspberry. It’s the perfect combination of sweet and tart! i can imagine it would be brilliant in a frozen yogurt!

  8. This confirms…I need an ice cream maker in my life!

  9. Love this recipe! I think it’s time to dust out the ice cream maker!

  10. Now I like the idea of frozen yogurt for breakfast!

  11. This is so perfect for summer! Yum!

  12. I need to get myself an ice cream maker. Now I want frozen yogurt something terrible!! :)

  13. I’ve never made frozen yogurt in my ice cream maker. WHat is wrong with me?

  14. Okay I need to make frozen yogurt…how genius to combine raspberries and chocolate chips!

  15. It is definitely a plus that you don’t have to wait a million hours for frozen yogurt to be done (ice cream can be torture!). And I’m loving the mix of fruit and chocolate in this :)

    Can’t wait for you to be in Boston in August!! We definitely need to do dinner!!

  16. whenever I get froyo, my favorite combination are berries and chocolate chips! Would probably be a smart idea to start this at home :)

  17. This looks so delicious!!! I love it :)

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