7 Healthy Yogurt Recipes That Will Leave You Drooling

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When it comes to one of the key ingredients of our lives, it becomes really hard to describe how amazing this calcium based creamy mixture is. Mix it with some fresh food, honey or whole grains and you have a very healthy breakfast ready.

Yet, this dairy king has more to offer than what we Egyptians give it credit for. It can be used instead of butter and oils in sugary puffs, cakes or pastries and it can also make great dips for everything we eat instead of cheesy calorie-packed sauces we tend to worship. So, next time when you’re going grocery shopping make sure to get the family sized yogurt pack cause we assure you, the next 7 healthy recipes will make you drool.

Cinnamon-Honey morning treat

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superhealthykids

2 tbs of white drizzling honey

1 tbs of ground cinnamon

5 grinded almonds

2 cups of plain fat-free yogurt

The best thing about yogurt is that it is really simple to make, you’ll start off by heating the honey for almost 20 seconds in a microwave, add the rest of the ingredients and voila, it’s done. You can also mix it up with some bananas, oats or strawberries or any fruit actually. It really is up to you.

Tea Biscuit-Honey light night snack

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mygreekdish

3 tbs of black honey

1 pack of any kind of tea biscuit, broken into chunks

5-6 grinded almonds

2 cups of yogurt

This time you’ll just mix everything together and put in the fridge for 15 minutes and you’ll have your mid-night snack ready, you can also switch the biscuit with some fresh red grapes, the sourness of this treat is insane.

Grilled chicken sour dressing

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1/2 tbs of powdered garlic

3 drops of lemon juice

1 tbs of salt

1/4 tbs of black pepper

1 tbs of vinegar

1/4 tbs of chilli powder

1 cup of yogurt

Mix everything together after grilling your chicken, add the dressing on top and you’ll get an amazing chilly sour grilled chicken that will leave you asking for more.

Grilled Kofta green sauce

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kitcheninthesand

1/2 tbs of powdered garlic

3 drops of lemon juice

1 tbs of salt

1/4 tbs of black pepper

1 tbs of vinegar

Fine diced cucumber

Diced arugula leaves

3/4 cup of yogurt

Make sure everything is diced into tiny pieces so you won’t get chunks in the middle of your sauce. If you need to spice it up a little, you can add a splint of curry and it will make an amazing effect.

Yogu-slaw

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twohealthykitchens

2 tbs of sugar

1 tbs of vinegar

1 tbs of mustard

1 tbs of paprika

1 bag of coleslaw mix (minced cabbage and carrots)

2 cups of fat-free yogurt

Whisk together the yogurt, vinegar, mustard, sugar, paprika, salt, and pepper. Toss them with the coleslaw mix and season to your taste with salt and pepper. This slaw is so versatile; you can have it alone, add it on top of a sandwich or grilled food. For apple lovers, you can also dice some apples with the coleslaw mixture.

Yogu-popsticles, my absolute fav!

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nourishyourself

2 cups of plain yogurt

1 bottle of sugar-free fruit juice

A pinch of vanilla extract

1/2 tbs of honey

Mix everything in a blender so everything well mixed. Add in plastic cups and insert a stick on top, make sure to add some fresh fruit along in the cup, freeze for 3 hours, and you’ll have this frozen goodness ready for you.

Yogurt Smoothies

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No recipe needed for that one, it’s really easy! Add any kind of fruit you like, with 1 spoon of honey, yogurt, and ice then blend it to perfection. My picks are peach-mango, cinnamon-banana, and mixed berries yogu-smoothies.

WE SAID THIS: If you hear screaming voices from your tummy and you’re craving something new and healthy, try these recipes.

 

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