Greek yogurt and cream cheese come together to create that same, luscious texture of your favorite store-bought frozen yogurt. With a seasonal pumpkin flare, this low calorie dessert is just the treat that you'll want to cozy up to on a crisp fall night. Top with nuts, cinnamon, and dark chocolate for an extra kick that blends beautifully with the flavors of pumpkin spice. If you are not planning on serving immediately, keep it in the fridge and then throw it in the freezer 1 to 2 hours before you are ready to serve it.

Sara Tane

With this 6-ingredient, 200-calorie frozen yogurt, indulge in all the festive flavors of fall. The best part is that it's ready to serve after just one hour in the freezer. If you're going to go for one of all the many pumpkin spice-flavored food items this fall, this easy frozen yogurt is definitely your best option.

Sara Tane
September 21, 2016

As thrilling and satisfying as making ice cream from scratch can be, the effort, energy and time that it takes to use an ice cream machine is sometimes just too much for me. Rather than succumb to the high-calorie pumpkin ice cream options at the grocery store or self-serve frozen yogurt concoctions that are often loaded with sugar and other additives, I took it upon myself to make this easy pumpkin frozen yogurt from scratch.

Get the recipe: Homemade Pumpkin Frozen Yogurt

It doesn't require an ice cream machine or any fancy equipment to whip up this simple, low-sugar recipe. Be sure to keep an eye on the frozen yogurt once you put it in the freezer; if you let it sit there longer than 2 hours, the texture will become extremely icy and unpleasant. If you keep it in there anywhere between 1-2 hours, the Greek yogurt and cream cheese will thicken ever so slightly, creating that same creamy mouth feel of a swirl of frozen yogurt. Top with cinnamon, nuts, or dark chocolate syrup for a little extra excitement.