Recipes

Creamy frozen yoghurt

Nutritional values (per serving)
Calories188 kcal
Protein2 g
Carbohydrates19 g
Fat11 g
Sodium26.0 mg
Liquid Content48 ml
Phosphorus48 mg
Potassium84 mg
Ingredients (8 Serves)
  • 250 g yoghurt (whole milk, 3.5% fat)
  • 250 ml cream (30% fat)
  • 130 g sugar
  • 1 tbsp. cognac or orange liqueur
CKD Stage: HD easy
Nutrition Tips

If you like your frozen yoghurt tangy, add less sugar.

You can liven up your frozen yoghurt with fruit to taste. Kidney-friendly fresh fruits include: strawberries, blueberries, lingonberries, pears and apples. A handful of berries a day for dialysis patients.

As a simple alternative, you can freeze a packaged yoghurt in its pot. Carefully insert a (wooden or plastic) lolly stick into the centre of the sealed pot and place in the freezer. As soon as the yoghurt is frozen through, remove the foil and the pot for a refreshing snack. Enjoy!

Directions

Put the cream and sugar in a pan and heat until the sugar dissolves. Remove the from heat and allow to cool, stirring all the time.Mix in the yoghurt and cognac/orange liqueur.

Freeze in an ice-cream maker if you have one. Alternatively, place the mixture in a sealed container in the freezer and stir at least once an hour for 5-7 hours so that the ice crystals are regular and the mixture consistent.

Nutrition Tips

If you like your frozen yoghurt tangy, add less sugar.

You can liven up your frozen yoghurt with fruit to taste. Kidney-friendly fresh fruits include: strawberries, blueberries, lingonberries, pears and apples. A handful of berries a day for dialysis patients.

As a simple alternative, you can freeze a packaged yoghurt in its pot. Carefully insert a (wooden or plastic) lolly stick into the centre of the sealed pot and place in the freezer. As soon as the yoghurt is frozen through, remove the foil and the pot for a refreshing snack. Enjoy!

Origin: Germany