If you need some new ways to eat yogurt, here are 5 ways to make plain yogurt more delicious and fun.
A satisfying and tasty replacement for traditional buttermilk biscuits; Cheddar cheese adds flavor, yogurt and almond flour add protein, and no wheat flour is used, which means these drop biscuits are low-carb, grain-free, gluten-free, sugar-free, and high-flavor.
Use Greek yogurt along with poppy seeds and lemon to make these flaky scones, perfect to freeze ahead and bake in the morning.
A fancy chicken salad laced with poppy seeds and cranberries– suitable for a ladies luncheon or a game-day party
Here is my version of Strawberry, Balsamic and Goat Cheese Muffins similar to those sold at Central Market.
Round steak and mushrooms star in this soup reminiscent of the prime rib soup once served at Harrigans. A dollop of sour cream or Greek yogurt gives this soup a stroganoff flavor.
Fresh peaches, Amaretto and Greek yogurt combine to make a tasty frozen yogurt easily made at home.
Cucumber Yogurt Sauce for Salmon is a simple no-cook sauce to serve with fresh salmon, salmon loaf, or salmon patties.
Looking for a homemade low-calorie dressing? Try this yogurt-based, creamy balsamic dressing on any salad, but especially those containing fruit, chicken and/or nuts.
These Pumpkin Cookies with Browned Butter Icing are soft, spiced with cinnamon, and flavored with pumpkin. The icing makes them disappear so FAST.