While there are more than 1300 Yogen Fruz stores worldwide, there’s none anywhere near us. But if you’re within easy distance (store locator) and want to try maple bacon frozen yogurt, head over.
Yogen Fruz says their one-of-a-kind Maple Bacon flavor has a smokey bacon flavor with a hint of maple that. The company recommends optional toppings: a drizzle of caramel and chocolate sauce, chocolate curls and red velvet cake bites.
We’d prefer a garnish candied bacon (recipe below).
Launched in time to celebrate Father’s Day, a four-ounce serving (what you get may be much more) has 120 calories, excluding toppings, and 1.5g fat. as well as being lower in fat
Frozen yogurt is made from lowfat or nonfat yogurt plus sweetener, gelatin, corn syrup, flavoring and sometimes, coloring. Churned in an ice cream machine, it is available soft-serve and hard-packed.
Depending on the brand, the flavor varies from slightly to much more tart than ice cream.
Frozen yogurt both freezes and melts much more slowly than ice cream; yogurt has a much higher freezing and melting point than milk. The beneficial bacteria Lactobacillus bulgaricus and Streptococcus thermophilus are believed to be killed when the yogurt is frozen.
If you want to make frozen yogurt at home, you can use nonfat yogurt and milk in place of regular milk and yogurt in the recipes. We recommend that you use a high quality ice cream maker that can get the job done over the longer freezing time.
1. PREHEAT oven to 300°F.
2. PLACE bacon strips flat on a cooling rack screen on a baking sheet. Bake the bacon for approximately 10 to 12 minutes, or until thoroughly brown and crispy.
3. COOL bacon; brush both sides of the bacon strips with maple syrup using a pastry brush. Place the bacon back in the oven and bake for an additional 3-4 minutes.
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