Key Lime Pie Frozen Yogurt

I’m having a little Key Lime Pie party today…

Key Lime Pie Frozen Yogurt(2)With my good friends Deborah from Taste & Tell and Carrian from Sweet Basil.  I pretty much love these girls.  

Deborah and I have a thing for chopped salads–I can’t wait to try her Chinese Chopped Salad.  And Carrian, well, she made these Million Dollar Cookies! For that, I love her.

And then they go and make Key Lime Pie Milkshakes and Key Lime Pie Donuts!!

Key Lime Party - Key Lime Pie Milkshake from Sweet Basil
Key Lime Pie Milkshake from Sweet Basil

Key Lime Party - Key Lime Pie Yogurt from Sweet Treats and More
Key Lime Pie Frozen Yogurt from Sweet Treats and More

Key Lime Party - Baked Key Lime Pie Donuts from Taste and Tell

Baked Key Lime Pie Donuts from Taste and Tell  

We get together often to talk blogging, eat food (of course), let our kiddos play, and just to talk about life.   Blogging is what connected us, but I know even without our blogs, we’d be good friends! 

We got together last week and each brought a Key Lime Pie dessert to share and photograph.  Together we had seven little kiddos running (some crawling) around and begging for food so I’m surprised we even got some photos done before everything was eaten.  

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Making Key Lime Pie frozen yogurt was a given for me.   It’s hot.  Like 90 degrees hot.  Frozen treats are where it’s at right now and we love frozen yogurt!  

I knew the tart yogurt flavor would pair perfectly with the freshly squeezed, tart key lime juice.  I added some coconut milk to give it a touch of tropical flavor.  Topped with some lime zest and graham cracker crumbs this frozen yogurt is pretty much perfect.  And pretty much guilt free (it has Greek yogurt in it, so just play along!)

Key Lime Pie Frozen Yogurt
tart and tangy key lime pie frozen yogurt
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  1. 2 cups nonfat Greek vanilla yogurt (I use chobani)
  2. 1/2 cup lite coconut milk
  3. 2-3 key limes, juiced (add more to taste)
  4. 1/2 tsp lime zest,
  5. 2-3 tbsp agave nectar
  6. graham cracker crumbs for topping
  1. Combine Greek yogurt, coconut milk, lime juice, 1/2 tsp lime zest, agave nectar in a large bowl. Add more or less lime juice and agave to desired taste. Chill for 1-2 hours.
  2. Place yogurt mixture in the ice cream maker and prepare according to manufacturer's instructions.
  3. Serve with a sprinkle of graham cracker crumbs on top.
  4. Store in an airtight container in the freezer.
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  1. What a perfect, easy to make, treat for summer.

  2. It’s warming up here too and this looks like the perfect way to cool down. I’ve been thinking of getting an ice cream maker–this might be the tipping point.

  3. carrian June 28, 2013

    That seriously was so cool and refreshing. I wish I had it today. Holy crap it’s hot!!!!

  4. Deborah June 28, 2013

    Mmmm, I’m craving some right now! This was fun!

  5. I’m so jealous y’all can hang out. NOT FAIR. :) LOVE this ice cream!

  6. Andie Mitchell June 29, 2013

    Kristy, first of all, your photography is out.of.control beautiful. Second, just yesterday I was with my best friend at Red Mango (first time there) and she ordered the key lime froyo and decided to top it simply with crushed graham. I thought it was the most brilliant and tasty idea and swore to her I’d recreate it (I went with the vanilla/rainbow sprinkles because I’m a sucker), but now you’ve gone and made it real! Thank you! Looks so great :)


    • Kristy June 29, 2013

      Awww you are too nice!! Thank you!! Red mango is one of my favs to get fro yo from, I didn’t know they had a key lime flavor!!

  7. Jocelyn @BruCrew Life June 29, 2013

    I am seriously so jealous that you three get to hang out…I heart all of you so much!!! What a fun idea to all make the same flavor treat and post the same day! This yogurt sounds amazing and your pics are uber fab!!!

  8. Nessa June 30, 2013

    This looks delicious! Key lime anything is fantastic in my book :)

  9. Em July 1, 2013

    what is the difference between key lime and lime? Would this taste the same using regular limes?I can only get the one kind of lime here in London.As far as I know.
    Thank you

    • Kristy July 1, 2013

      You can totally use regular limes!! I’ve done it!

    • Kristy July 1, 2013

      Yes you can use regular limes!! I’ve used both!!

    • Kris July 2, 2013

      Hi Em. They also sell bottled key lime juice. I’m not sure if that’s available in London either, but its worth looking into. I almost always have a bottle in my fridge as my family is addicted to anything lime :-).

      Kristy, this sounds like an awesome recipe that I think I’m going to have to try this week. Thanks!

  10. Em July 1, 2013

    Thank you. I will try it.Can’t wait!

  11. This looks like the perfect summer treat Kristy! Yum!

  12. Des @ Life's Ambrosia July 2, 2013

    Aww man I wish I could get together with you guys! Would be so fun and apparently delicious. Miss you ladies!

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  14. Yummy. I love that you used greek yogurt and coconut milk — my kind of treat!

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