It’s Day Two for weelicious’ new, out-of-the-box and exciting PB&J school lunch recipes. Yesterday’s recipe was PB&J Pancake Sandwiches, something I think your little ones are going to love. But it got me to thinking_ do you really need bread to make PB&J? That led me to the idea of mixing it with yogurt.
Plain yogurt is packed with calcium, protein and is easier to digest than milk, but it can also be just that to kids_ plain. In order to get most kids to eat yogurt, you have to entice them with those flavored yogurts that are sold at the grocery. But many of those are packed with sugar and preservatives. So I thought it would be fun to see how healthy plain yogurt tasted with a swirl of low sugar preserves and nutritious peanut butter mixed in. I’m happy to report that not only is it mind-blowingly delicious, it’s beautiful to look at too!
PB&J Yogurt Swirl
- 2 Cups Plain Yogurt (I like using greek yogurt)
- 1/4 cup jelly, jam or preserves
- 1/4 cup peanut butter (I use natural peanut butter)
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My 18 month old didn’t like this. She’s so picky! I’ll keep trying…. I used vanilla organic yogurt, maybe Greek yogurt would have been less sweet and she would’ve liked it. O did eat it though. Lol
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Thank you Catherine. My son loves peanut butter- he’d eat it by the bowl-ful if we let him!