Gather all of the ingredients. You can use whatever nuts, fruit, spices you want. These are the ones I think are good.
Chop up the apples into small pieces. Don't be afraid to add different sized chunks for different texture. I usually add a variety of different fruit.
My favorite fruit to use are apples, blueberries, and pineapple. Strawberries and raspberries are pretty good. Overall, the fruit on the higher end of the glycemic index taste the best in the yogurt.
Now use about a handful and half of almonds.
I like to chop up some of the almonds for a difference in texture. I would recommend using a food processor for this, but since I don't have one, I grind them
Now sprinkle in about a spoonful of chia seeds
Add in some Greek yogurt. Start off with less than you would think because it's easier to add more that it is to take some away. Mix it in and decide whether to use more or not. I used 3 spoonfuls.
Add some cinnamon. Remember to add it in gradually so you don't accidentally add in too much.
Stir it all up.
You can chose to add in a sweetener, like honey, agave nectar, sugar, etc. but I actually like the unsweetened taste better. The fruit adds in all the sweetness it needs.
Line a pan with plastic wrap. This is so it doesn't get stuck to the pan.
Put the Greek yogurt in there and smooth it all out
Wrap the plastic wrap that is hanging over the pan on top of the Greek yogurt to cover it up a bit
Put it into the freezer for about 4 hours. You can leave it in overnight too.
I will sometimes use a muffin pan to put them in so that they come out separated and I don't have to cut them
Once it is frozen, leave it out sitting for about 5 minutes to warm up a bit.
Cut in half in sawing motion. Break non half with hands. Continue doing this with all the pieces.
Put in a bag and then in the freezer. Enjoy!
- Greek yogurt (non-fat, 2%, whatever you want)
- Chia seeds
- Whatever else you want