You’ve gotta try these cake-like cookies featuring the tanginess of Greek yogurt and the tartness of lemon. A sweet lemon glaze makes them memorable. Adapted from Giada’s Lemon Ricotta Cookies.
If you are a yogurt lover, you’re going to love these recipes that include regular or Greek yogurt as an ingredient. In general, we are talking about unflavored yogurt.
Many of them call for yogurt as a buttermilk substitute. If so, add a little milk to your yogurt until it is the texture and consistency of buttermilk.
Now you can make a delicious crème fraîche without buttermilk. Use yogurt or yogurt whey to make this rich and creamy treat.
Make this addictive Greek Yogurt with Oreos at home just the way you like it. Use store-bought vanilla yogurt or homemade Greek yogurt
The flakiest homemade biscuits ever!!! Glazed with honey-butter. The secret ingredient is whey drained from yogurt (you can also use buttermilk).
A cake-like cookie subtly spiced with cinnamon and frosted with a brown butter icing.
Make ricotta cheese at home by adding yogurt-whey to milk. This recipe is especially useful for people who make Greek yogurt at home and find themselves with a lot of whey as a result of the straining process.
Time to go decadent! Add powdered peanut butter and some chocolate shavings to Greek yogurt for a different kind of afternoon snack. Top it off with some whipped cream and chopped peanut butter cups.
Save money and calories by making this slightly sweet and creamy Strawberry Yogurt Salad Dressing at home. Stays fresh for two weeks.
Homemade Mayonnaise That Stays Fresh For a Month employs whey leftover from straining yogurt to stretch the window of freshness from a week to a month.