White Chocolate Rose Frozen Yogurt
This White Chocolate Rose Frozen Yogurt is a sweet and tangy creamy fro-yo recipe with delicate hints of rose floral accents.
Oh, do I have a treat for you guys today! Not only is this white chocolate rose frozen yogurt a new freezer staple in our house, but I also have two other great frozen dessert recipes for you along with tips on how to throw together an ice cream bar this summer. The other two recipes (Watermelon Mint Sorbet & Raspberry Peach Sorbet) are over on the Kitchenaid blog, The Kitchenthusiast, today.
As you can see, these are not traditional ice cream bar recipes. I realized there is more to the ice cream maker than ice cream so I explored making other ‘healthier’ options like frozen yogurt, sorbets, and sherbets a few weeks ago and wanted to share with you all the things you can make with your ice cream maker this summer.
This white chocolate rose frozen yogurts is a classic white chocolate fro-yo, that’s rich and creamy (thanks to the Greek yogurt) with hints of rose water. The soft floral accent is just perfect with the melted white chocolate incorporated in the base. There’s a great mix of sweet, tangy and floral notes in this frozen yogurt. You will love it and not even know you are not eating ice cream.
Talking about the ice cream bar, I am sharing tips and must-haves at your next ice cream social including two other recipes for fruity summer sorbets; watermelon mint sorbet and raspberry peach sorbet. Tips like using these ice cream freezer containers (or these) to store and display your ice cream. SO head on over to The Kitchenthusiast for the recipes.
White Chocolate Rose Frozen Yogurt
- 1 cup milk (whole or 2%)
- 6 ounces white chocolate, chopped
- ¼ cup granulated sugar
- 2 cups plain Greek yogurt
- ½ teaspoon rose water
- In a microwave-safe bowl, combine 1/4 cup of the milk with white chocolate. Melt in a microwave, mixing until smooth. Let cool slightly.
- Combine the rest of the milk, sugar, Greek yogurt, and rose water in a blender or food processor. Process until smooth. Add in the melted white chocolate and process until completely smooth. Transfer mixture to a medium bowl and chill for at least an hour.
- Attach your KitchenAid Ice Cream Maker Attachment to your Stand Mixer. Turn the Stand Mixer on to slow and pour the chilled yogurt mixture into the freezer bowl. Mix until thickened, about 25-30 minutes. If using another ice cream maker, please follow the instructions of your machine.
- Transfer the frozen yogurt to an airtight container and place in freezer until firm, about 2 hours.
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I LOVE the styling here! I am totally obsessed with my Kitchenaid Ice Cream Attachment AND fro yo, so I am definitely going to be making this! Love those floral notes! Pinned!
OH my gosh these flavor combos sound killer! And an ice cream party is basically the best kind of party ever.
It’s the BEST party ever 🙂
I love the use of rose water!!!! It’s such a beautiful, often-neglected flavor. And seriously, Kitchenaid is lucky to have an awesome lady like you helping out with recipes!!!!
It really is a delicate and delicious flavor 🙂 Thank you Meagan!
Love how refreshing and pretty this is, Z! We can’t get enough of frozen treats lately and the white chocolate rose combo sound absolutely amazing! 🙂
Thanks Kelly! We are on frozen treat galore over here too!
Since I’ve already made ice cream and popsicles this summer, I definitely think I need to venture into fro-yo and sorbet territory. This fro-yo sounds glorious and those sorbets are the ultimate in refreshing!
Oh Zainab, this is spectacular! We’ve been having ice cream and froyo like there’s no tomorrow, but never tried white choco rose froyo. Absolutely sounds delicious!
This is BRILLIANT! I love frozen yogurt, but usually only buy it when I’m out. I love to make things at home so this is perfect! Love the idea of floral accents and it doesn’t sound too tricky! Time to get out my ice cream maker 🙂
It is so NOT tricky at all!!
I am loving the flavor combination here. White chocolate and rose frozen yogurt is truly inspired!! By the way, aren’t those ice cream containers just the cutest? I picked up a bunch of them and just like to look at them haha
Thanks Amanda! And YES I love those containers 🙂
How fancy! Love the rosewater 🙂
I am literally drooling looking at the photos. I so want this white chocolate rose frozen yogurt.
Woah! This looks amazing! KitchenAid is lucky to have you creating recipes for them, because this is out of this world!
Thanks Sam! I love creating recipes fro them 😉
White chocolate ROSE?! ohmygawd, heading over for the recipe now!
Hahha thanks Alice!!