{Breakfast} Chocolate Frozen Yogurt

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Frozen yogurt that is healthy enough to eat for breakfast! This chocolate frozen yogurt is creamy, chocolate-y, and healthy!

Breakfast Chocolate Frozen Yogurt I via chelseasmessyapron.comThat’s right. Return of the desserts for breakfast. Because life is so short – dessert should be eaten first.

 

This chocolate frozen yogurt is incredibly creamy, melt-in-your mouth delicious. It takes about 5 minutes to prepare – just blending together 5 ingredients and then into your ice cream maker they will go. Those ingredients? Yogurt (of course). I used plain Greek yogurt, but you can chose to use a different kind of yogurt if you don’t like Greek. Just make sure you don’t use the light or “lite” yogurt flavors as they won’t make a very creamy frozen yogurt.

The next few ingredients are easy ones – almond milk (you can use a different milk if desired), vanilla extract, and sweetener. 

And finally – the star of the show is the Nesquik chocolate powder. Don’t try to substitute cocoa powder for the Nesquik, it’s really not good at all. The Nesquik is a must and super delicious I might add. It makes this breakfast frozen yogurt incredibly easy so your morning is a cinch!

Chocolate for breakfast awaits!

Breakfast Chocolate Frozen Yogurt I via chelseasmessyapron.com

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{Breakfast} Chocolate Frozen Yogurt

4.8 from 5 votes
Frozen yogurt that is healthy enough to eat for breakfast! This chocolate frozen yogurt is creamy, chocolate-y, and healthy!
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{Breakfast} Chocolate Frozen Yogurt

4.8 from 5 votes
Frozen yogurt that is healthy enough to eat for breakfast! This chocolate frozen yogurt is creamy, chocolate-y, and healthy!
Course Dessert
Cuisine American
Keyword Chocolate Frozen Yogurt
Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 25 minutes
Total Time 30 minutes
Servings 3 -4
Calories 144kcal
Author Chelsea
Cost $2.35

Ingredients

  • 2 cups (453g) full fat honey vanilla Greek Yogurt (I use Greek Gods) (See Note 1)
  • 1/2 cup (111g) almond milk or sub another milk
  • 1/2 cup (42g) Nesquik chocolate powder
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
  • 2 tablespoons pure maple syrup

Instructions

  • Blend together all of the ingredients.
  • Freeze the mixture in a prepared ice cream maker according to manufacturer's directions. It took 25 minutes for this to be frozen in my maker.
  • If desired, transfer the mixture to an airtight container and into the freezer to further harden. Otherwise, enjoy straight out of the ice cream maker.
  • Freeze any leftovers.

Recipe Notes

Note 1: If not using this brand of yogurt, you'll want to add more sweetener. This yogurt is pretty sweetened and flavored.

Nutrition Facts

Calories: 144kcal

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40 Comments

  1. This is awesome, Chelsea! I love that you made the chocolate frozen yogurt again! I would totally be down for some fro yo for breakfast. I make my breakfast smoothies super thick so it’s like eating ice cream, but this is so much better. Totally going to have to try it! LOVE the plates you used in these photos too, btw. 🙂

  2. Chocolate for breakfast? Sign me up! Before, I would just have what I call “breakfast-dessert” and “lunch-dessert”- AFTER each meal (ha!) But why wait till afterwards? This looks amazing!

  3. This is such a great idea, Chelsea! I could definitely go for some chocolate froyo for breakfast! It looks amazing – love love love the photos – pinning 🙂

  4. Loved the recipes on your blog!!! Can you please start putting nutritional values with the recipes?!?! It sure would be useful :

    1. 5 stars
      I made this with 1 tbsp brown sugar and 1 tbsp honey (to minimize refined sugar in the recipe) instead of truvia and it turned out fabulous!

  5. Hello! This looks absolutely delicious! I’m eager to try it! I have a few questions first. Can I just freeze it in my freezer, or do I need to use an ice cream maker? Secondly, PEANUT BUTTER!!! Can you add it also? Add some protein to your chocolate for breakfast! Thanks for any help!

    1. It doesn’t set up by just leaving it in the freezer, so you do need an ice cream maker. Or you will need to continue to stir the freezer mixture for every 30 minutes to an hour until it has set up. (Even still the consistency is a little off with that method.) You could definitely add some peanut butter – 1-2 tablespoons should be great but feel free to do it to your taste preference.

    1. I haven’t tried that substitution so I’m not sure. I think nesquick is quite a bit sweeter so if you did try it you might need more of the chocolate powder or sugar. Sorry to not be of more help!

  6. I would love to try this but substitute ~ 1/2 cup Nesquik chocolate powder ~ with 1/2 a cup of Carob Powder or 1/2 a cup of Cocoa Powder. I’ll report back if I give the substitutes a try:)

    1. Yes, I’d love to hear how the substitutes work out! Cocoa powder is (IMO) much stronger than Nesquik, so you may want to reduce it a bit and add some kind of other sweetener to make up for the sweetness that Nesquik has. 🙂

    1. Hey Cheryl! I updated my post with a link to the exact ice cream maker I own and use. The link to check it out is right above my recipe!

  7. Finally, something I can eat, it’s my stomach you see. This has everything I want!!! Thank you so much.

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