Watch F&W's Justin Chapple make delicious frozen yogurt dots like Gail Simmons.
[MUSIC] I'm Justin Chapel from Food and Wine's test kitchen and I'm at the Food and Wine class in Aspen hitting up my favorite chefs for their mad genius tips. That is Mad Genius. [SOUND] Hello, Gail Simmons. Hi there. It is so hot out there today. I've gotta ask, do you have a mad genius tip for a frozen treat? I love to spoon small amounts of yogurt onto wax paper, throw it in the freezer. The best quick frozen treat. That is incredible, and it's mad genius. I think so. Gail Simmons was right on the money with her mad genius tip. Her frozen yogurt treat is super simple, it's fast, it's healthy, and it's delicious. Let's make some. In this bowl, I have some strawberry yogurt. It's just everyday strawberry yogurt. Dale spoons her yogurt but I like to make frozen dots using a resealable bag. I've lined a small baking sheet that you can use a plate with some parchment paper. You can also use wax paper and I'm going to fold up the plastic bag and press out some of the air Because we're going to pipe our yogurt onto our baking sheet. With some scissors, I'm gonna cut off the very, very tip of the bag because you only wanna little bit of yogurt to come out at one time. Just like that. Oop. I'm just going to pipe little dots all over the parchment. I even got a little food and wine action going, but you can also do little disks, you can do stripes. Okay Phew. So I've piped my whole tray, and now I'm gonna pop this in the freezer until it gets nice and firm. It's gonna take about an hour. [MUSIC] It's been about an hour, and look at these yogurt dots. They're nice and Firm. [MUSIC] Now I get to eat them. This is the perfect frozen yogurt treat. This is pretty cool. [BLANK_AUDIO]