Sunday, June 17, 2012

Easy, Delicious Frozen Dessert

Last weekend I was at my parent’s house and one of their friends made a wonderful, super easy, three ingredient dessert. Its so easy, I went home and recreated it the next day because I was dying to share it with you guys.

When I went through the check out line at New Seasons the cashier knew what I was making, so maybe I’m the only one whose never heard of this? Anyway, I don’t know what it is called, so I’ll call it Ginger Dessert (because the woman who made it is called Ginger, not because it tastes like ginger!)

Frozen Ginger Dessert

Three ingredients
Pie Crust (I used graham cracker crust but you could use chocolate too depending on the flavor of the filling)
Flavored Yogurt (2 6-ounce containers)
1 container of cool whip (I used New Seasons’ “natural” version and it worked well also)


1. Put yogurt and whipped topping in a bowl and wisk together until well-mixed.
2. Put yogurt/whipped topping mixture in the pie crust.
3. Freeze (recommended for at least 3 hours).
(Took this one out of the freezer a little early.) 

4. (If you want) garnish with fruit or other toppings.
That’s it! Its really that simple. Its creamy and delicious but lighter than ice cream which is great for summer.

I used marionberry yogurt but you could try any flavor your little heart desires. My mom and I both think using key lime yogurt would be delish. (Ginger recommends 3 yogurts if you do that so you don’t lose the tartness of the key lime.)

What is your favorite summer dessert?


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  1. I have made this simple recipe many times. Always a winner during the summer when a cool treat is needed. Thanks for sharing. I have put fruit in the pie too. So good.

  2. YAY for this non-recipe recipe. I already have the crust in my pantry to boot!

  3. A friend of mine went to New Seasons today at lunch time and I had him pick up their "Truwhip". Now to make the crust and get the yogurt. All I have is Costco's plain Greek that I mix-in flavors. I'll let you know how it goes.

  4. Love this, and haven't ever heard of the Truwhip at New Seasons. Will have to try it all!


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