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Member Forum >> Food and Diet >> Frozen L. Reuteri "yogurt-like-concoction"
 Frozen L. Reuteri "yogurt-like-concoction"
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Posted: 7/19/2019 1:57:25 PM
 
I recently tried the recipe proposed by Dr. Davis for a frozen version of our L. Reuteri concoction (formerly called yogurt). 

As background, I have probably made 100 or more batches of L. Reuteri now with good success.  It usually comes out thick and creamy with a delightfully tangy taste.

I started with about a quart from my most recent batch, I added in cocoa and sweetener (I used about half the sweetener proposed as I find I am very sensitive to sweets these days).

Once I put it in the freezer, it ended up hard as a brick.  Put back in the refrigerator overnight and it was cold soup.  I did find that if I took the cold soup and put it back in freezer for between 1.5 and 2 hours, the result was slightly icy, crunchy but not a bad frozen dessert.   It was not as creamy as ice cream or frozen yogurt.

I may try to find some popsicle molds because I think this would make a really good L. Reuteri Fudgesicle!

I was just wondering if I was missing something - the recipe wasn’t entirely clear on how long to freeze and I wasn’t sure if I messed it up by trying to make a larger batch (I think Dr. Davis proposed just a cup).

I would appreciate it if anyone else who has experimented with making this into a frozen dessert would share their experiences.

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Posted: 7/19/2019 3:16:06 PM
 
Making popsicle molds is the easiest method, Eric, and yields a surprisingly smooth, creamy end-result. 

I put my yogurt in an ice cream maker to yield frozen yogurt. 


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