Yield: about 1 quart
Chia seeds, available at most supermarkets, play a fun role here: They offer a jellylike pop when the yogurt hits your tongue.
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I was disappointed with the flavor, the chia seeds seemed to be lost in the strawberries which have their own seeds, but the worst part is that the frozen yogurt itself froze like a rock. It needed to sit out for at least 45 minutes before scooping and even then was not evenly softened and was softened in some areas and still icy hard in others.
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