Lactose-free frozen yogurt

Lactose-free frozen yogurt

Say hello to feel-good dairy with this amazing and easy lactose-free frozen yogurt recipe. With a few basic ingredients as well as a creamy lactose-free yogurt, you can create three different but simple varieties in just a few minutes. It is the perfect sweet and refreshing treat to cool yourself down.


  • Blend the ingredients and put them in the freezer for at least 1 hour.

To prevent ice crystals from forming, place parchment paper directly on the surface, gently pressing it down before freezing – this will leave you with the yummy creaminess you are after without ice crystals.


Repeated thawing increases the risk of ice crystal formation. So, for the best flavour and texture results, eat it all in one sitting. You can opt for smaller containers or popsicle moulds to create single-serving portions, making it easier to enjoy the entire treat at once without having to refreeze leftovers.

Questions about lactose-free frozen yogurt

Our lactose-free frozen yogurt is the perfect, sweet dessert that keeps on giving because you can continue making new varieties. To learn more about this dessert, keep reading our questions and answers below.

What is lactose-free frozen yogurt?
Lactose-free frozen yogurt is a refreshing dessert that uses yogurt instead of cream, setting it apart from ice cream, using cream and maybe milk, and yogurt ice cream, using both cream and yogurt. Our recipe ensures you get a result just as creamy as well as delightfully refreshing and light – with your favourite flavours.
How to store homemade lactose-free frozen yogurt?
Place it in an airtight container with a tight-fitting lid. Optionally, add a layer of parchment paper on the surface to prevent ice crystals from forming. Note that frequent temperature fluctuation can affect the texture and quality. So, you should store it in the coldest part of the freezer, away from the freezer door, to maintain a consistent temperature.
Does frozen yogurt have less lactose than ice cream?
Yes, it generally has less lactose than ice cream since yogurt contains less lactose than cream. Ice cream also often contains milk, another dairy product with lactose. However, the lactose content may still vary between brands and recipes so make sure to check the products you use.


Chocolate frozen yogurt
Large ripe bananas, sliced and frozen
Dark cocoa powder
2 tbsp
Lactose-free yogurt
200 g
Maple syrup, plus more as needed (for sweetness)
2 tsp
Blueberry frozen yogurt
Blueberries, frozen
300 g
Lactose-free yogurt
200 g
Freshly squeezed lemon juice
1 tsp
Maple syrup, plus more as needed (for sweetness)
1 tbsp
Raspberry frozen yogurt
Raspberries, frozen
375 g
Lactose-free yogurt
200 g
Maple syrup, plus more as needed (for sweetness)
2 tbsp

Quick homemade creamy lactose-free frozen yogurt

Frozen yogurt has long been a popular dessert choice for those seeking an alternative to ice cream. Enter our homemade creamy lactose-free frozen yogurt that you can make in just 5 minutes! Yes, you read that right! With just a handful of ingredients and 3 mouth-watering flavours to choose from – chocolate, blueberry, and raspberry – this frozen treat will satisfy your sweet cravings like no other. Not only is it incredibly easy to make, but it is also just as tasty and creamy as regular ice cream.

If you have a sweet tooth, try our yummy lactose-free apple crumble with plums or lactose-free baked cheesecake with coffee mousse. Both recipes are wonderfully sweet and made completely without lactose so everyone can have a bite.

Explore three easy, delicious types of lactose-free frozen yogurt

Lactose-free frozen yogurt is a delicious way to treat yourself to a cold and tempting dessert without lactose. Our easy recipe offers three varieties with a yogurt and maple syrup base, making it easy to add different ingredients to create different flavours.

For all chocolate enthusiasts out there, our chocolate version is what dreams are made of. And the best part is you only need to add banana and cocoa powder, creating a delicious chocolaty good treat.

And who could resist the allure of succulent summer blueberries? Create a creamy, flavour-packed blueberry version by adding blueberries and freshly squeezed lemon juice. The fusion of sweet blueberries and zesty lemon results in a delightful purple treat with a deep, complex flavour.

And, of course, a berry classic: raspberries. Add raspberries to offer a fresh taste that perfectly balances sweetness and tartness. You will get a bright pink result that is not only delicious but also visually appealing.