I always have Greek yogurt in the house. Whether it’s the standard container of quark or a more fancy one makes absolutely no difference for me. It’s full of that necessary protein and it’s a perfect substitute for fatty sauces like mayonnaise and cream. I use it for all sorts of foods, and decided to share my favorite Greek yogurt recipes with you! Enjoy…
Via: Running With Spoons
The Greek yogurt in these muffins is what makes them deliciously ‘moist‘. I like to put in a handful of chocolate chips too (who doesn’t love chocolate…). They’re perfect as a yummy snack or as your dessert after dinner!
Via: The Recipe Critic
Believe it or not, this lemon cake is on the healthy side! There are a few ingredient substitutes in there that slash the calorie count. If that wasn’t motivation enough: I absolutely love lemon cake, so I had to try this one out. It’s delicious, that I can say for sure. 🙂
Via: Baker By Nature
Ladies, you’ve got to try out this smoothie. It’s pretty thick and creamy, and tastes exactly like a piece of banana cake. The good part about this smoothie is that it’s also super healthy. You’re gonna love this!
Via: Lovely Little Kitchen
Did you know that you can use Greek yogurt when you’re making biscuits? When you use yogurt, you’re going to save on some unnecessary fats. On top of that, it increases the amount of protein present in your biscuits, so you get the energy you need to use when you exercise regularly. These biscuits go great with jam or honey. Yumm..
Via: Half Baked Harvest
Now that summer’s getting closer, all those delicious berries, strawberries and blueberries are becoming a lot more affordable. That’s pretty good new for me since I absolutely adore blueberries and have been wanting to try out this recipe for a while. These tasty granola bars are currently at the top of my to-do list. Will they taste as good as they look? I hope so!
Via: Dessert for 2
After last week, I became crazy about ice pops. Unfortunately, not all ice pops are created equally, and so they’re not always healthy. Luckily though, it’s super simple to make them yourself! Most of the time, homemade ice pops taste a bit boring, but after you try out these tasty ones, you won’t crave anything else.
Via: Sally’s Baking Addiction
Cheesecake is delicious. But sadly, it’s not that healthy, which means that I don’t get to enjoy it nearly as often as I’d like to. Luckily, you can make a sort of ‘skinny’ variation of it using this recipe with Greek yogurt. With some minor changes and substitutions, you can transform your favo guilty pleasure into a healthy version. Yay!
I’m curious about your favorite recipes with Greek yogurt. Share them in the comments!
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