Looking for a healthy dessert so you can stick to your weight loss plans, but still enjoy a frozen treat occasionally? Look no further!
This treat is creamy, soft, chocolatey, and healthy too!
My batch made 2 cups total before freezing and I separated it into 4 servings.
Top with your favorite toppings and enjoy!
Wish you could eat that spoonful don't you?
Don't you just want to lick the screen now?
My kids of course are eating these all up even though these were to be my healthy treat.
I don't mind 🙂
Servings: 4* Calories: 96* Fat: 1g* Fiber: 3g* Carbs: 18g* Protein: 7g* Points+: 3* Old Points: 1*
These are perfect for a warm day when the kids want a cold snack or whenever I need a little chocolate......these babies are just right!
This recipe has been featured on Yummly: 10 Fine Flavors of Frozen Yogurt!
- 2 bananas, mashed
- 1 cup plain, Greek Yogurt ( I heart Chobani)
- 3 tablespoons cocoa powder, unsweetened
- 1 teaspoon pure vanilla extract
- 1 teaspoon Chocolate Sweetleaf Stevia, in liquid form
- Combine all ingredients in your food processor and process until smooth. If you have an ice cream machine, follow your manual instructions.
- If you don't have an ice cream machine, pour processed mixture into a bowl and allow to slightly freeze in the freezer for about 45-60 minutes.
- Use an ice cream scoop and dish out some delicious, healthy, soft serve frozen yogurt or pour into Popsicle molds and freeze for about 2-3 hours until set.
How do you get a darker, more intense chocolate taste? I added peanut butter while it was still churning. and threw in a shake or two of salt.
jo bailey frazier
wowee, these look terrific and SO healthy. Love the guilt-free treat!
I cant wait
Hi I just made this and found 1 teaspoon of liquid stevia incredibly overwhelming. I had to add another cup of yoghurt and more cocoa to balance the flavours out. I am new to stevia so I just followed the recipe. Do you not find it too strong? I have just popped them in the freezer hopefully the flavour will have lessened.
Which brand of stevia are you using? I find the NuNaturals brand is more intense in flavor than the Sweetleaf brand.
Not bad at all! The first bite kind of bit back a little. I guess I just wasn't sure what to expect, but after a few more bites, it tasted good. I made a double batch and was having trouble getting a strong chocolate taste, I realized I had a few small pieces of crock pot fudge left, so I added it to the food processor. I got my chocolate flavor and it made the consistency creamier. A+++++++!!
Have you ever made these without the banana? I love bananas but I sometimes just want some plain chocolate ice-cream and this seems like a MUCH healthier version if I could leave out the bananas.
I have not tried it without banana, but I think you should try my chocolate pudding recipe instead, mixed with avocado so there is much less banana flavor and then you could try freezing it.
Made this last night and it was delicious! Can't wait to have some more tonight. 🙂
I love healthy treats like these!
It's my first time here...I'm definitely coming back!
Can you use something other then Chocolate Stevia?
You could use plain stevia if you don't have chocolate.
What a great idea! I just got my Chocolate Sweetleaf Stevia a week or so ago and love it! This will be another great way to use it!
Where can I buy these flavored Stevias? I'd love to try this but only have Splenda in the house.
I buy through iherb.com. You can use my code and will receive $5 off your order. My code is YAJ035.
The Better Baker
P.S. Your beautiful photos always suck me in! =D
The Better Baker
I am SO happy to see this today. I just ate my last Weight Watchers fudge bar last night. I can use my chocolate raspberry stevia to make these healthy treats. Hurrah!! Doing this soon...pinning for now!