I can’t wait to share this recipe for blueberry cheesecake frozen yogurt with you all today, especially in honor of National Ice Cream day!! While it’s technically not ice cream, frozen yogurt is a close enough contender and this is so yummy you won’t even know it’s frozen yogurt anyways. 😉

This blueberry cheesecake frozen yogurt was one of those recipes that was created on a whim and I can’t get over how delicious, simple and decadent it is! I had just received my new ice cream maker in the mail that day and had a big batch of blueberries to use so just started adding and mixing ingredients and this recipe is a culmination of some pretty delicious guesswork! Fresh blueberries blend into an ultimate creamy cheesecake flavored frozen yogurt with the addition of crumbly graham crackers. Addictively good and SO easy!

I’m kind of a hoarder when it comes to kitchen gadgets! I love scouring stores and seeing what new products are out there that can step up my cooking game, simplify my time in the kitchen or just those products that are fun to use and add a little something to our everyday meals. One of my most recent purchases was an ice cream maker and now I keep asking myself why I waited so long to buy one!

We’ve been using it non-stop the last month to make the most delicious yummies: ice cream (obvi!), frozen yogurt, sorbets, slushies and even some delicious frozen adult drinks (hello, margaritas and frosé!). We opted for a larger ice cream machine (Cuisinart Pure Indulgence Ice Cream Maker) because when it comes to ice cream, bigger is always better. HA!

One of my absolute favorite things to make is frozen yogurt. We were getting so tired of the same few flavors in the stores and hitting up our local frozen yogurt shop was getting pricy for our family. In less than 30 minutes, we’ve been making so many delicious and unique batches of frozen yogurts.  Our all-time favorite has to be this recipe for Blueberry Cheesecake Frozen Yogurt! This froyo is loaded with fresh blueberries, crumbled graham crackers in a rich and creamy frozen yogurt! It tastes just like cheesecake ice cream that you’d buy at your local ice cream shop (and maybe even better). If you’re not a fan of blueberries, you can substitute with basically any fruit of your choice.

What’s your favorite ice cream flavor? Have you ever made homemade ice cream or frozen yogurt?

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