Quick and easy to make sugar-free berry frozen yogurt is ready in under 5 minutes no ice-cream maker needed. Easy Homemade Berry Frozen Yogurt (11 of 30)This healthy 5 minute frozen yogurt is so replacing ice-cream this summer. It’s so easy to make I can hardly call it a recipe. It’s made with just 3 ingredients and takes under 5 minutes to make.

The mixture will last in the freezer for up to 2 weeks and is great if you are trying to eat healthier or lose weight because it contains no sugar. Easy Homemade Berry Frozen Yogurt (28 of 30)All you need to make this delicious homemade frozen yogurt is frozen berries (or any other frozen fruit!) yogurt, and honey. To make the ‘froyo’ simply combine all the ingredients in your food processor or blender and blend for 1-2 minutes or until the mixture is this and creamy. Easy Homemade Berry Frozen Yogurt (4 of 30)

Easy Homemade Berry Frozen Yogurt (5 of 30)Next, pour into serving bowls and serve as soft serve or pour into a container and place in the freezer for a few hours to serve as ice-cream. Easy Homemade Berry Frozen Yogurt (8 of 30)Easy Homemade Berry Frozen Yogurt (14 of 30)

4.46 from 24 votes

Healthy 5 Minute Berry Frozen Yogurt

By: Layla
Prep5 minutes
Total5 minutes
Servings 4


  • 2 cups frozen berries
  • 1/2 cup plain yogurt, low-fat, greek, or full fat
  • 2 tablespoons honey
  • 1 tsp lemon or vanilla, optional


  • In your food processor or blender, add frozen berries, yogurt, and honey. Blend for 2 minutes or until the mixture is creamy.

  • Serve soft or transfer to an airtight freezable container and freeze for at least 3 hours or overnight. Store it in the freezer for up to 2 weeks.
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  1. Found this few years ago, make it often.

  2. Im just a 10 year old kid who made this… ALL BY MYSELF. My mom and I coudnt stop eating it. Its SOOOOOOOO good. I would show a picture but I cant figure it out!!!

  3. Love the recipe but being diabetic and on low carb diet, I wonder if we can replace the honey with stevia? Or do we need to add something else to make it not so icy? Thanks.

  4. This recipe does look really delicious but I also agree with the previous comments about it being sugar-free. Even if you are going for all natural sugars the honey is a added natural sugar making this recipe not sugar free. Also on the nutritional information the serving size is not listed. Is there 95 calories in the standard 1/2 cup serving?

  5. oh my goodness, the comments about the honey vs. sugar are just people who are not as intelligent as they seem and trying to fool everyone. EVERYONE knows that fruit and honey both contain sugar. If you didn’t get that she was saying no ADDED sugar, and not trying to claim that this was a completely sugar-free dessert, then you need to read it again. With an open-mind.
    I think this sounds absolutely wonderful, and the fact that it contains only natural sugars, and honey has amazing health benefits, is even better.
    Thank you Layla, for sharing with us.

    1. Yes i very much agree, I’m going to make this today!

    2. We all know the cook meant to say there’s no added or artificial sugar, it’s a given that the fruit alone has natural sugar, nothings really sugar free to be honest. There’s always natural sugars in fruit and veggies but this recipe has no man made sweetners!

      1. You have to add some kind of sugar if you don’t want the yogurt to freeze like a solid brick. Sugar keeps it from freezing so hard. Honey is a good alternative to cane sugar, or you could use coconut nectar, which has a much lower glycemic index. If you really want to make it without any sugar (other than what’s in the fruit), you could use liquid allulose as the sweetener. I’m going to try that tonight!

  6. I would use vanilla yogurt and a couple of sweeteners and less honey and half the recipe and make a smoothie

  7. Fruit and honey have a TON of sugar in them! Saying the recipe has no sugar is just a blatant lie

    1. The froyo is free of processed sugars not natural sugars.

    2. probably better than what ur eating rn clown

  8. Made it and beings though that I am on this new diet , this is a great substitute for my latenight sugar cravings

  9. Thank you for beautiful photos that really make me want to make a whole bowl. This really makes me think about the concept: I am into jams making during the season of fresh berries, any kind of them, but this is a whole new dimension opened. Thank you !

  10. Honey has more or less the same effect on the body as sugar and contains more calories. Saying this recipe contains no sugar is being disingenuous.

  11. I just did it! Now it is in the freezer! Let’s see tonite! It looks yummy!

  12. So yummy and healthy! Love how quickly this is made and how low cal it is 🙂