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Dorit

Interesting!! I have to try this one, since rhubarbs are one of the few "fruits" growing here where I live. Thanks for sharing!

Marie {Make and Takes}

Oh, this looks great. My mom is going to love this. Like I've said, we're always looking for fun things to use her Rhubarb with! This looks delish. Thanks for sharing.

Tiffany

Thank you for this recipe. I found you over at Make and Takes. I made her Straw/Rhub pie and commented right below you. I thought your Rhub yogurt sounded delish..so here I am.

I don't know what I was thinking when I sold our Wedding gifted Ice Cream maker--that had never been used--at my neighbors garage sale last year. Can I make this without one? Can I just freeze this in the freezer?

Jan Scott

I think you should be able to just put the combined ingredients into a
baking pan and place it in the freezer for a few hours. I haven't done that
myself but have seen many recipes that suggest that method as an
alternative.

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