On nom nom :3
Originally posted on Sweet Pea's Kitchen:
The weather this past weekend in Central Illinois was absolutely sweltering. It seems like we completely skipped over winter and spring and went straight to summer around here. Andrew and I took our dogs for a walk yesterday morning and I thought we were going to pass out before we made it back home. When we left it was cloudy, however, half way through our three mile walk the sun came out and the humidity became unbearable. Our dogs kept pulling towards shady spots and laying down. That’s when you know it is hot! That walk was all it took for me to crave something cool and refreshing the rest of the day. I pulled out one of my favorite summer cookbooks, The Perfect Scoop, to find a recipe for a delicious frozen treat. When I spotted the recipe for frozen yogurt, I couldn’t focus on anything else! I had all the ingredients to make the frozen yogurt including some Greek blueberry yogurt. If you don’t have any Greek blueberry yogurt on hand, it turns out absolutely delicious with plain greek or regular yogurt as well. You might be wondering why a small amount of vodka is included in the recipe. The vodka prevents the frozen yogurt from becoming too hard in the freezer, resulting is a creamy and luscious homemade frozen yogurt that is guaranteed to cool you off on a sweltering summer day.