Pina Colada Frozen Yogurt Recipe

What to make when you have a surplus of yogurt? Piña Colada Frozen Yogurt, of course. One pinner said it's the best homemade frozen yogurt she's had. Find it at

Holly Waterfall at HappyFoodHealthyLife.comHey there Bakerette readers! I’m so fortunate that Jen liked me well enough to invite me back to share another awesome recipe with you for the month of June. JUNE! Can you believe we’re here already?! School’s out for most kids. My son has been doing nothing but playing outside nonstop since the moment the last school bell rang last week. Days are warm. Evenings are long. And I don’t know about you, but I want nothing but to eat deliciously light and cool foods that will stop my blood from boiling.

I don’t do well with the heat. I hate it. I’m uncomfortable. And I basically just stay inside in front of the a/c until the thermometer drops below 80 degrees. Any higher than that, and I just can’t do it.

Well, there is one exception, and that’s if I happen to have a nice cool treat. Kind of like the one I’ve decided to share with you this month. I told you last month about my obsession with coconut, when I brought you my Almond Joy Gooey Rolls. I didn’t necessarily mean to bring you something coconutty again, but I kind of can’t help it. In my world, most delicious treats include coconut.

One of my favorite cocktails is a pina colada, and because I’d much rather be able to share my sweet treats with my kiddo, I had to take those delightful pina colada flavors, and create something a little more family-friendly. A pina colada frozen yogurt recipe: Small pieces of pineapple. Coconut extract and flakes of coconut. Macadamia nuts for some crunch and a bit of an island feel. All mixed in with some low fat yogurt (so we aren’t freaking out about going to the pool later this the afternoon) and churned into a frozen treat. That is the kind of treat that gets me on board with summer! I hope it gets you in the mood as well!

What to make when you have a surplus of yogurt? Piña Colada Frozen Yogurt, of course. One pinner said it's the best homemade frozen yogurt she's had. Find it at

Pina Colada Frozen Yogurt
Recipe type: Dessert
Serves: 8
  • 2 cups Vanilla Greek Yogurt
  • 2 cups low fat Vanilla Yogurt
  • 1/3 cup sugar
  • 1 teaspoon coconut extract
  • 3/4 cup fresh pineapple, diced into small pieces
  • 1/2 cup shredded coconut
  • 1/2 cup macadamia nuts, chopped finely
  1. First of all, be sure your ice cream bowl has been frozen ahead of time so it's ready to go.
  2. Combine all ingredients in a large bowl. Once mixed thoroughly, place all ingredients in the frozen bowl of your ice cream maker. Turn on and operate according to your ice cream maker's instructions. Churn until desired consistency.
  3. Either eat right away or freeze in a freezer-safe container until about 30 minutes before serving. Set it out to thaw if eating at a later time.
  4. Feel free to garnish with fresh pineapple and toasted coconut.


Holy Coconut!

Does this frozen yogurt look amazing or what? The perfect treat on a hot summer day!

I am so honored to have Holly as one of Bakerette’s contributors.

Make sure to follow and check out her other recipes on her blog at Happy Food,  Healthy Life. You can also follow her at NewsletterBloglovinFacebookTwitterInstagram, and Pinterest

 Here are some additional must-taste recipes by Holly. Click on the photos to get the recipes:

Post Workout Tropical Smoothie by Happy Food Healthy LifeBlackberry Chocolate Sandwich Cookie by Happy Food Healthy LifeApple Pie Smoothie by Happy Food Healthy Life

Thanks again, Holly!

Have a great weekend everybody. Aloha!

– Jen

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