This Cookie Dough Greek Yogurt, found here, is amazingly delicious. It was so good, it left me wanting more. This yogurt is great at satisfying your sweet tooth!
Cookie Dough Greek Yogurt
small container nonfat greek yogurt
1 tbls peanut buttler
1 tbls honey
1 tsp vanilla
small pinch sea salt
1 tbls chocolate chips
Mix all ingredients and enjoy!
There wasn't a recipe found for this, but it's exactly what it says, blueberries dipped in greek yogurt. They are a great snack to keep on hand. But beware, even though frozen, they melt pretty fast.
Yogurt Dipped Blueberries
Dip blueberries in yogurt (I used my cake tester to poke them and swirl them around). Put them on a lined cookie sheet and pop in the freezer until set. Afterwards, place them in a storage container and enjoy whenever!
This is, by far, my favorite yogurt recipe at the moment. I am actually buying more apples just so I can make it again! While making it, the dip seemed like it doubled, so I had enough for a second apple the next day. This original recipe will make you want to ditch the peanut butter/apple combo for good!
Peanut Butter Greek Yogurt Dip
1 small tub greek yogurt
2 Tablespoons peanut butter
1/2 Tablespoon honey
1/8 teaspoon cinnamon
Mix all together and enjoy with an apple, or other fruit of choosing.
This was no original recipe found for this bark, so I made one up. Taking note from other recipes I have tried, I decided to flavor my yogurt with a little vanilla and cinnamon. It turned out pretty amazing. Be forewarned though, like the yogurt dipped blueberries, this does melt pretty fast too even though frozen.
Greek Yogurt Blueberry Bark
1 cup greek yogurt
1/3 cup blueberries
1 teaspoon vanilla
1/2 teaspoon cinnamon
Mix everything except the blueberries. Spread in a freezable dish. Add the blueberries, pushing down slightly. Freeze until set.
If too frozen, you may have to let sit out for a few minutes before breaking up.