Is this really a recipe? It is kind of like the ice cube recipe.
Wow, what an easy and clever way to jazz up some plain yogurt. I used chunky peach jam and an organic 0.3 % fat yogurt, which went so well together and made for a perfect morning treat. I sprinkled my yogurt with Sharon123's High Energy Mix. Mmmmm, sooooo good and nutritious! THANK YOU SO MUCH for sharing this wonderful recipe with us, mama's kitchen! Made and reviewed for I Recommend Tag Game April 2010.
Delicious and easy breakfast. A go to easy meal.
This is such a lovely way to enjoy yogurt ~ I added some lemon marmalade to this, and it was wonderfully sweet and tart. Thanks mama's kitchen ~ Made for ZWT5!
This made a great snack this afternoon. I ended up adding more like a heaping tablespoon of blackberry jam, as a single tablespoon didn't quite cut it for me, but it was delicious. And now the plain yogurt that I use in other recipes won't go to waste :) Made for ZWT5.
Wow! I can't believe I never thought of this!! This is so much better than buying individual flavored yogurts; you can decide exactly what goes in it, and it's way cheaper! I did mine with strawberry preserves, and I happened to have some sliced berries in the fridge for shortcake later, so I put a couple on top with a sprinkle of oatmeal. What a great snack. I'm never buying flavored yogurts again, either! :)
i was actually introduced to this idea while i was traveling in france. it's amazing, i will never buy flavored yogurt again.
What is not to like about this??? I used black cherry "all fruit" preserves and topped it off with some blueberries and a sprinkling of rolled oats. A perfect breakfast in my book. I will most certainly make this again with some of my other favorite jams. Also thinking apple butter might be fun. Made for BEVY TAG March 2009. THANKS!
Nothing at all not to like here. I used fat free Greek yogurt which I love but is very plain and this method jazzed it right up. I used reduced sugar whole berry Strawberry jam and it was a yummy breakfast. I know I will do this often with various flavors of jam. Made for Beverage Tag.