How to Make Frozen Yogurt Cookbook Release and Giveaway! (Closed)

How to Make Frozen Yogurt Cookbook Release and Giveaway!

This week marks the official release of my latest cookbook, How to Make Frozen Yogurt. The book is part of Storey’s Basics series and it is designed to give you a solid grounding in homemade frozen yogurt technique because there is more to making great frozen yogurt than just putting regular yogurt into the freezer.  Making your own frozen yogurt gives you complete control over the ingredients you use and all the flavors you can work with – and you’re not going to get charged extra for loading up your bowl with toppings when it is time to enjoy your finished product!

You will get the best results with homemade frozen yogurt, like homemade ice cream, if you have an ice cream maker at home. So to celebrate the release of the book, I’m going to give away a new Cuisinart Ice Cream Maker! This is one of several ice cream machines that I have and it’s a fantastic small appliance to have if you want to make your own frozen desserts. In addition to the ice cream maker, I’ll be giving away a few additional copies of my book, as well. One winner will receive a Cuisinart Ice Cream Maker and a copy of my new cookbook, How to Make Frozen Yogurt. Two additional readers will receive copies of the book. All of the winners will be randomly selected.

To enter, simply leave a comment on this post stating your favorite frozen yogurt flavor. Do you like plain, tart yogurt, or do you prefer to opt for the more unusual flavors that fro-yo shops tend to offer? Do you load your yogurt up with diced fruit or load it down with a ladle-full of hot fudge sauce to turn it into a sundae?  The contest ends  at midnight on Saturday, March 22nd and the winners will be randomly selected from the entries after the contest closes. Don’t forget to fill in your e-mail on the comment form (it will not be made public), as that is how I will contact the winner, and good luck!

Update: This contest is now closed. Congrats to Sandy and Karissa, who both won copies of the book, and Joanie, who took home the big prize! Thanks to everyone for participating!


  1. Strawberry is my favorite frozen yogurt, but also like vanilla! Not too sweet, not too tart makes it better than ice cream.

  2. My favorite frozen yogurt flavor, without a doubt, is blood orange!

  3. At yogurt shops, I go with a simple flavor so i can maximize the toppings. At home, I like to make fruit flavors with whatever is in season. Especially when it’s fresh strawberry time!

  4. Usually, plain frozen yogurt topped with lemon curd and chocolate chips. Strawberry comes a close second!

  5. I go for the seasonal stuff. Pumpkin is my ultimate fave!

  6. Peanut butter is always my favorite, but I don’t really discriminate when it comes to frozen yogurt:-)

  7. I’m personally a fan of soft serve frozen yogurt like those found at the new trendy fro-yo shops.

  8. Black sesame frozen yoghurt. One day it will exist and I will find it and it will be my favourite.

  9. Depends on my mood. Usually something a little tart and fairly neutral so I can load up on the toppings.

  10. I absolutely love the kiwi frozen yogurt one of the local fro-yo places makes (with fresh kiwi all over it), it is absolutely divine.

  11. It may be boring, but I like plain chocolate…if I’m feeling a bit on the wild side, coconut with a chocolate sauce :)

    Do all of your recipes in the book use Greek yogurt?

    Congrats on the book!

  12. I’m a big fan of plain tart. It’s just so delicious with fresh fruit

  13. I love fruity frozen yogurts, especially mango.

  14. I had an amazing passion fruit fro yo once. Haven’t been able to find it since.

  15. Tracy – I find that Greek or greek-style yogurts give frozen yogurt the best consistency since they have less water (and that means fewer ice crystals) than regular yogurt. I have guides for working with regular yogurt and a recipe for homemade yogurt in the book, as well.

  16. I love chocolate! I thought that guinness chocolate concoction you had earlier on the blog sounded delicious!

  17. Vanilla with raspberry jam!

  18. I love tart yogurt with lots of fruit mixed in.

  19. I love original tart!

  20. There’s a place near my house that serves salted caramel fro yo, and I can’t resist it – excited to check out your new book!

  21. strawberry or peanut butter

  22. We go through a lot of store-bought frozen yogurt as I try to master making my own. I’d love to win a copy of the book. Favourite is anything with chocolate and cherries.

  23. I love any fruit flavor, but particularly citrus!

  24. Pomegranate fro-yo is my favorite :) topped with lot of fresh fruit and mochi pieces!

  25. I’m partial to peanut butter but I had a really amazing key lime flavor once. Gotta love the tart flavors!

  26. I love aim chocolate with smashed peanut butter cups on top!

  27. I like my yogurt coupled with either banana which makes it naturally quite sweet or chocolate and lastly, mint!

  28. I love plain tart frozen yogurt…simple and delicious!

  29. Oh I can’t wait to read your book!!! I’m a froyo lover come summertime. My favorite flavor is usually chocolate peanut butter or salted caramel :) But I always love classic vanilla with strawberries on top.

  30. Vanilla! But if I win I’m sure to make and enjoy others!

  31. I really love strawberry or mango.

  32. I like french vanilla or vanilla bean yogurt but I have enjoyed a pomegranate yogurt.

  33. I love lemon frozen yogurt. It’s even better topped with fresh blueberries!

  34. Spicy chocolate frozen yogurt is my favorite flavor!

  35. I love chocolate frozen yogurt.

  36. I love plain vanilla with chunks of cherries and drizzled with a wee bit of chocolate.

  37. Oh, mango yoghurt is my absolute favourite! Feijoa yoghurt is a close second though ;)

  38. I love tart Greek yogurt! What can I say, it’s the Greek girl in me! Thanks for the giveaway!


  39. Chocolate. Always chocolate.

  40. I really love lemon frozen yogurt, which I haven’t seen in years.

  41. I love cherry frozen yogurt with just a little bit of vanilla in it. Tart yet sweet

  42. I like vanilla frozen yogurt so I can top it with all different types of fresh fruit!

  43. I like the cake batter yogurt

  44. I will say chocolate, but I haven’t checked out the “trendy” froyo shops yet so I am probably missing out!

  45. Christy Spurlock

    I love chocolate with toppings of chocolate, reese’s, heath, malt ball, etc.

  46. My favorite frozen yogurt is chocolate!

  47. I like lemon frozen yogurt!

  48. chocolate but not overly sweet.

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