Apricot Frozen Yogurt: Guest Post for Dinners Dishes and Desserts

 

As I type, I am sipping my morning tea and enjoying unobstructed views of Mt. Baldy in Sun Valley, Idaho.  The quaint little town is slowly waking up–locals and visitors alike are dressed in trek or fishing gear.  First on the agenda for some of us was to line up at the local coffee shop for the morning energy boost before heading up the mountain.  It’s shaping up to be a beautiful 4th of July holiday.  In fact, I’ve been here for several days, have acclimated to the high altitude and have enjoyed morning runs and a couple of hikes.

 

The view from one of our hikes.

 

 

Before I left for this short summer break I did prepare a few treats.  One of them was this Apricot Frozen Yogurt  that I was happy to take over to my friend, Erin’s, at Dinners, Dishes, and Desserts.  I’m sure you have been to her blog and and enjoy her recipes as much as I do.  Erin has a well-rounded virtual recipe box, offering dishes with universal appeal.

When she invited me to be a guest on her blog I couldn’t resist showing up with something cool and refreshing–it’s summer, after all, and this frozen yogurt promises relief from the rising temperatures without requiring a huge time commitment in the kitchen.

Please head on over to Erin’s blog for more on this super easy, refreshing treat.

 

 

 

 

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Comments

  1. Love this sorbet, Jean! It looks so vibrant and refreshing. Hope you’re having a great vacation! :)

  2. Thanks for taking time out of your vacation to do this, I really appreciate it! Hope you continue to have a wonderful vacation!

  3. I never knew Idaho was so beautiful. Enjoy!

    I really need to make frozen yogurt. This looks fabulous and so refreshing for summer.

  4. What a gorgeous view and fabulous treat! Surely divine.

    Cheers,

    Rosa

  5. Refreshing sorbet and a breathtaking view! Thanks for sharing both, Jean – Happy 4th of July!

  6. Hi Jean!!! I’ve never been to Idaho but it’s so pretty! We’re thinking about our first ever camping with kids…probably local, but so nervous!!! Hope they won’t cry and wake up wild animals. LOL. Anyway, your FY looks so delish! And using apricots…lots of people making apricot dessert but never seen with FY yet. Really beautiful. Going to check your post at Erin’s!

    • lemonsandanchovies says:

      Hi, Nami! If you ever decide to go camping out of state, I suggest Zion National Park in Utah. The national parks in that part of the world are breathtaking but Zion is my favorite. And get this, you don’t even have to rough it–there’s a hotel on the grounds! When I visited for the first time we had been camping in our trailer for a couple of weeks. My husband and I checked in to the hotel to get pampered a bit. It was a great way to end our trip. :)

  7. Hope you’re enjoying your vacation and happy Independence Day!

  8. This cool treat looks amazing! Have an amazing time on your vacation! I’m headed over to Erin’s site for the recipe.

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  10. Look at that gorgeous view, and this gorgeous frozen treat! Hope you are having a wonderful vacation, and I will be stopping by Erin’s shortly :)

  11. I loved your pistachio gelato,and now this delightful apricot frozen yogurt! I have yet to make a frozen yogurt, and yours sounds heavenly! Off to check out your guest post!

  12. I have a huge pile of apricots on my counter, this would be a great way to use them up. Thanks Jean, I’ll head over to Erin’s blog for the recipe. It sounds like you stayed in a lovely place.

  13. This dessert certainly has me dreaming of summer :D
    Love it!

    Cheers
    Choc Chip Uru

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