Friday, June 29, 2012

Greek Yogurt-Covered Frozen Blueberries

I have a 2 1/2 year old who doesn't like to eat for me. I can't blame her... I don't like to sit and eat a meal either. We're the type who are always on the go. Our minds are too preoccupied with other things to stop and eat. So I've been trying to get creative with food so that both of us like what we're eating. Today's project: Greek Yogurt-Covered Frozen Blueberries.


Stuff you need:
-parchment paper
-baking sheet
-greek yogurt (i used plain, cause I'm battling Candida... haha)
-Stevia (or just plain sugar or flavored Greek yogurt if you don't have Candida)
-bowl
-blueberries, or any type of berry, really!



Put the blueberries, greek yogurt and a tiny bit of Stevia in a bowl and mix. 



Spoon onto the parchment paper/cookie sheet:


Freeze for an hour: (forgive our horrendous freezer!)



And eat!


Next time I'd rather just use a flavored Greek yogurt instead of the plain and then adding Stevia... but, I'm really trying to get this yeast in my system under control! 



Aloha, Rebecca

4 comments:

  1. I add pudding mix (just the powder)to my plain greek yogurt. I'll add some cocoa, vanilla extract, sweetener of choice and the pudding mix and it's really tasty. For the blueberries, I would think a vanilla pudding would be good..

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    1. Ooh yummy! Thanks for stopping by, Pam!

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  2. Mmm that sounds yummy and like a nice cold fresh summer snack. I have to try this! Thanks for sharing.

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    1. Thanks for stopping by, Lisa. Love your blog!

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