“Most recipes produce hard frozen yogurt, but with this unique technique, using simple meringue and an ice cream maker, the result is creamy smooth and delicious.”
How to Make Frozen Yogurt: 56 Delicious Flavors You Can Make at Home. A Storey Basics Titleby Nicole Weston
Don’t forget the sprinkles as you get ready to spin out your own homemade creamy, soft-serve style frozen yogurt. In this Storey BASICS® guide, Nicole Weston shares her unique technique for making smooth and delicious frozen yogurt using a simple meringue and an ice cream maker. With recipes for 56 irresistible flavors, Weston will inspire you to go
Don’t forget the sprinkles as you get ready to spin out your own homemade creamy, soft-serve style frozen yogurt. In this Storey BASICS® guide, Nicole Weston shares her unique technique for making smooth and delicious frozen yogurt using a simple meringue and an ice cream maker. With recipes for 56 irresistible flavors, Weston will inspire you to go beyond vanilla and chocolate and try your hand at making tropical coconut, dulce de leche, spiced pumpkin, candy cane, and many more frozen yogurt delights.
To make creamy and delicious homemade frozen yogurt food writer and pastry chef Weston (creator of the popular website bakingbites.com) recommends a method that involves folding cooked meringue into full-fat, Greek-style yogurt. Readers exploring this collection of 56 flavors (e.g., vanilla bean, chai spice, creamsicle, candy cane) can use store- bought yogurt, or make and strain their own. Weston's instructions are clear and her recipes are easy to prepare. VERDICT Practical and inexpensive, this compact cookbook will make a great gift for new ice cream machine owners and frozen dessert lovers. Its minimalist approach will appeal to fans of Mark Bittman's no-nonsense style of cooking.
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Meet the Author
Nicole Weston, a Los Angeles-based pastry chef, food writer, and recipe developer, is the author of How to Make Frozen Yogurt and How to Make Ice Cream. Her blog, Baking Bites, was named one of the 50 best food blogs in the world by the London Times and has been featured in other newspapers and publications, including the Washington Post, the Sacramento Bee, the Vancouver Sun, and People Magazine Country Edition.
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Title: How To Make Frozen Yogurt - 56 Delicious Flavors You Can Make at Home. A Storey Basics Title Author: Nicole Wesson Publisher: Storey Publishing Published: 4-5-2014 ISBN: 9781612123776 E-Book: B00GU2RK9G Pages: 112 Genre: Food & Wine Tags: Cookbooks, Desserts Overall Rating: Very Good Reviewed For: NetGalley Reviewer: DelAnne I have tried making my own frozen yogurt for years but have not liked the way the texture of it turned out. I continue to buy it by the pint from a ice cream shop, but hope to one day find someone that can show me how to make the same soft, smooth and creamy yogurt one finds in the shops. Thanks to Nicole Wesson I can now make my own frozen yogurt that is just as good and sometimes even better than that which I bought before. I especially like my fruit flavored ones. Ms. Wesson even goes so far as to tell you how to make your own yogurt. She also shows you how to make Greek yogurt that is all the rage these days. I loved her method of using my ice cream maker. She does have a technique for making it without one if you do not possess one. You will be shocked as was I to find how rich and creamy your yogurt taste. If you did not know better you would believe it bought from an ice cream shop. If you love frozen yogurt as much as I do you really must check out this book. Your dessert fix will soon be a lot cheaper and using the recipes as a basis to create your own flavor combinations.
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