Strawberry Yogurt
Recipe

Eat better with this strawberry yogurt recipe! It has calcium, vitamin C, aids to digestion (good bacteria, fiber and enzymes), and GREAT taste!

Strawberry Yogurt

Good in so many ways.

With all these things to recommend it, adults obviously love it for themselves, and for their children. And with such great taste, their children love it, too! And it's really simple to make--here's how you do it:


Strawberry Yogurt Dessert Recipe

  • 1 Cup (250 mL) Strawberries
  • 1 Cup (250 mL) Plain Yogurt
  • 1 Tablespoon (15 mL) Vanilla Extract
  • 2 Tablespoons (30 mL) Granulated White ("Table") Sugar

Chop the strawberries as small as you like, then just gently stir all of the ingredients together. Nothing could be simpler!

This is the basic recipe, but there are several nice ways to vary the flavor slightly. One way is by substituting 1/2 cup (125 mL) of the strawberries with the same amount of some other fruit. Strawberry-banana, strawberry-pineapple, strawberry-blueberry, and strawberry-blackberry are some of the most popular examples.

You can also add 2 tablespoons (30 mL) of your favorite (preferably unsweetened) cereal, to give the yogurt a different texture and a slightly nutty flavor. Or you could just add some chopped nuts. Or both!

Of course, there are spices. Cinnamon is a pretty common choice, but a little red pepper is also nice! So is ginger! Or a little cocoa, maybe? Don't be afraid to experiment a little... just be sure to add things a little at a time. With this recipe it's best to only add about 1 teaspoon (5 mL) of spice at a time, then mix everything together really well and taste it. One teaspoon (5 mL) is just under 1% of the total volume of this recipe, which is a bit over 2 cups (500 mL).

Finally, you may want to try different sweeteners. Instead of "table" sugar, you might try an artificial sweetener, especially if you are wanting to reduce the calories in your yogurt. But from a flavor perspective, you might want to try something like honey: just substitute 4 teaspoons (20 mL) of honey for the 2 tablespoons (30 mL) of sugar (please note, however, that honey is somewhat antibacterial, so it will reduce the amount of useful bacteria in the yogurt). Another nice option is a tablespoon and a half (22 mL) of agave nectar.

This is a great idea for both a light meal, and a nutritious snack! Please remember you got your strawberry yogurt ideas here at StrawberriesForStrawberryLovers.Com, Home of the World's Happiest Fruit!



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