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Frozen Blueberry Yogurt

Contributed by: News Canada

Beat the heat with cool summer treats

Summertime's hot and sticky weather calls for a patio prescription: cool treats to keep parents and kids hydrated and happy. Hamilton Beach, makers of small appliances that are ideal for the summer season like blenders, ice cream makers, drink mixers and ice shavers, suggests these hot tips for keeping your cool:

    Beat the heat with cool summer treats

  • For a cold drink that won't taste watered down by ice in the heat, fill freezer containers with fresh fruit juice, sweetened tea or lemonade. When ready to serve, shave the frozen beverage into a glass, garnish and enjoy.

  • Limit alcohol intake, which combined with sun exposure, can cause heat stroke or exhaustion. Non-alcoholic daiquiris, margaritas and smoothies are better choices for daytime get-togethers.

  • Avoid storing ice cream in the freezer door. It will lose its creamy texture due to the temperature change that occurs every time the door is opened.

  • If unsure of what setting to use on the blender, PULSE or HIGH will work best for most recipes.

Recipe for family fun

(NC) - Summertime and the livin' is easy - or at least you wish it was, but the kids are driving you crazy. Solution? Make ice cream or frozen yogurt together. An automatic ice cream maker from Hamilton Beach, that doesn't require ice or salt and allows you to add wholesome ingredients and control the sugar, makes it easy to create a variety of cool summer snacks.

Here's a healthy frozen treat the kids will love and love to make:


  • 1 1/4 cups (310 ml) frozen blueberries (slightly thawed)
  • 1 1/4 cups (310 ml) plain yogurt
  • 1/2 cup (125 ml) half 'n half
  • 1/2 cup (125 ml) sugar


Get the kids to mash the berries. Combine remaining ingredients, cover and refrigerate until chilled. Start ice cream maker and pour mixture through hole in lid. Freeze until desired consistency or the unit stops (25-40 minutes).



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