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Catherine is a mama of three. A Kentucky girl living in California. Here’s what I know: all kids can be great eaters and mealtime must be easy. I create simple, healthy recipes the whole family will love.


  1. A little fresh grated ginger also goes very well with this!
    We love ours with muslei banana and nuts for breakfast.
    I prep a small container of honey, ginger and cinnamon which keeps for ages in the fridge.

  2. My 2 1/2 year old LOVES this yogurt. Thank you for the great idea!
    I make it with 1 c 10% Greek yogurt (milk causes him to have a rash and diarrhea), 1 T honey, 1 t cinnamon and 1 scoop baby probiotics. I love that it’s a great source of fat and calcium for him, and he just thinks it tastes amazing 🙂

  3. Looks yummy! I love Greek yogurt. Please put me on your mailing list. Thanks!

  4. As long as she is supervised this should be okay for an 18 month old. Maybe chop the nuts smaller first.

  5. I have a daughter she is 18 months can’t she have some honey and nuts

  6. Traditional Greek yogurt is basically plain goat’s milk yogurt that has had much of the whey strained out of it.. To make a close substitute, just buy a tub of plain whole milk yogurt and and strain it in a cheesecloth lined mesh strainer set over a bowl.. Not sure how long you should let the yogurt sit, but you could probably find a tutorial on-line.

  7. Greek yogurt has finally arrived in Brazil, but only the sweetened version.
    : (
    I guess I could not add the honey, although it won’t be as healthy.

  8. I keep all the ingredients at work and have this as my snack. It feels indulgent but I know it’s healthy!

  9. I love eating yogurt for dessert and the fact that you can also get your kids to do it, brillant! also, never thought to add walnut to my yogurt – definitely doing that next time!

  10. I actually made this and used it as a dip for fruit at a kids party, was a hit and so easy! Much healthier than your mallow/whipped cream varieties (not that those aren’t yummy too).

  11. Also you can have a tub of plain yougurt and do different flavors everytime. Ice cream is a treat. Yougurt should be everyday,especially with the good for you add ons like nuts and spices and honey.

  12. I think the comparison is because this one is better for you, is healthier than ice cream , you can have it as breakfast and take it as dessert in a lunch pack. S

  13. I make this all the time for us-if your family likes nut butters, add about 1TB in with the honey and cinnamon….delish!! Also if the Greek yogurt is too thick for some little ones, thin with some milk.!

  14. Yum! I’m definitely going to try this with fromage blanc because it is far Frenchier.


  15. This recipe is a delicious classic! Didn’t think greek yogurt tasted any different than other yogurts? The product is the same, greek yogurt us merely strained, to have lower moisture content, and consequently a thicker texture. The texture is so thick and yummy! But I agree, comparing yogurt to ice cream is like comparing apples and oranges.

  16. As much as we love and eat this all the time it is no way better than ice cream…No way. Like apples and oranges

  17. So, its just yogurt? We never buy already sweetened yogurt so this is how we’ve always eaten it. I thought maybe this was another frozen alternative to ice cream. You can throw this in the ice cream maker. We do that all the time too.

  18. I’m guessing this can be frozen just like ice cream as well.

  19. We eat this All.The.Time and every time we have it I wonder why I ever eat ice cream?

  20. I made this once w/ plain Greek yogurt and the Greek taste and cinnamon were too strong for our tastes. The next time I used non-Greek vanilla yogurt and less cinnamon and my family loved it.

  21. If you don’t like greek yogurt, try plain whole milk yogurt instead. Flavored yogurt had boatloads of added sugar or even worse fake sugar. The reason this dish is healthier then ice cream is because of the plain yogurt.. My 3 girls have only ever had plain yogurt and they love it! Brands of plain yogurt taste different as well. Also, play with the seasoning. I personally think 3 tbs of honey would be too sweet. Though, yogurt will never be as good as homemade ice cream.

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