Monday, February 16, 2015

Fruit & Chia Yogurt

Here's another snack or mini meal or even dessert that we love at home..  It packs a good protein punch from the greek yogurt and also has the goodness of Chia seeds & fiber from the fruit added. The topping is optional but it makes for a tasty, crunchy addition and takes the snack to the next level.

Another versatile recipe that you can change and play around with by using different flavored greek yogurt & various fruits such as blueberries, apples etc.


Greek Yogurt (I use the Fage brand) - 6 oz flavored or unflavored
Fruit of choice - Apples, Blueberries, Strawberries etc
Chia seeds - 1 tbsp, soaked in 3 tbsp of water for 10 minutes
Honey or Agave nectar - to sweeten (if desired)

Almonds - 3, chopped
Chocolate chips - 6 or so, chopped
Craisins (Dried cranberries) - 5, chopped

1) If using unflavored yogurt, sweeten with a drizzle of honey or Agave nectar.
2) Stir together the soaked chia seeds, yogurt, fruit and add in the toppings (which lends a crunchy texture).  Enjoy! 

TIP: As a substitute for Greek Yogurt, take plain yogurt and scoop into a strainer lined with a muslin cloth, set over a bowl and into the refrigerator for a few hours. You will be left with a thick creamy yogurt in the strainer that can be used in lieu of store-bought greek yogurt.

1 comment:

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