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Yum! Two servings of this took me less then five minutes to make for Little Miss (DD) and I. I used a delicious red apple, lactose free vanilla yoghurt and flax seeds that have not been grounded. It take us 30 minutes to drive Little Miss to school and Little Miss always has breakfast in the car so it's very transportable meal. I will be making this again. Thank you Lalaloula for a healthy, quick and yummy breakfast.

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Chef floWer June 06, 2010

Yummy! I used a lemon flavored yogurt and a gala apple. I skipped the flax seeds and used ground almonds instead. Loved it as an after dinner snack. Made for Veg 'n Swap tag.

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AcadiaTwo July 14, 2013

I make a variation of this but make it more into a substantial meal that I usually will have for lunch. To these listed ingredients, I also add unsweetened coconut, almonds, and raisins. Very filling!

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Chef Weezy February 25, 2013

Just what the doctor ordered - healthy and tasty!! I used Greek yogurt and a McIntosh apples and started my day feeling great and guilt-free. This lends itself to many variations. Made for PRMR Tag Game.

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JackieOhNo! January 16, 2012

What a great way to start the day, so refreshing with the sweet crunch of the apple and that slight tartness of the yoghurt and since I didn't have any flax seeds I used some walnuts for that slightly nutty crunch taste to go the apple, yoghurt combo. Thank you Lalaloula, made for Aussie/Kiwi Recipe Swap #57 October 2011.

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I'mPat October 01, 2011

You really can't go wrong with this delicious apple and yogurt breakfast or snack. I love the fibre boost that the flax gives this dish.

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Dreamer in Ontario October 01, 2011

Mmmm, simple and delish! I have made this several times, sometimes with vanilla yogurt and sometimes with plain. I've also mixed up the fruit--today it was a delicious ripe peach that was so sweet I didn't need to sweeten the plain yogurt :). A few times I've thrown on some cereal for extra crunch, but really this is perfect as is. Thanks, Lalaloula! Made for Veg Swap 34.

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smellyvegetarian May 30, 2011

Yummy. This made for a very enjoyable breakfast. I love the combination of apples and vanilla yogurt. It was made even better, and healthier, with the addition of flax (I used flax seed meal). Thank you!

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LifeIsGood May 17, 2011

I misread the amounts and I used a tablespoon of flax meal but it was great. I also subd the apple for raspberries and this was so good I love the taste of flax and the mix of fruit yogurt and flax it was really nice, it's so much better than porridge. I will be making this again it stops you feeling hungry which is great. Thanks for posting Made for Honor thy Mother the diabetic forum May 2011.

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Tea Jenny May 16, 2011

Fantastic! I used a crisp Gala apple, vanilla yogurt, and flax seeds that I ground myself. I did enjoy the mild nuttiness that the flax provided. Great healthy and filling breakfast - thanks for sharing the recipe!

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loof May 11, 2011
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