Ready for something naturally sweet, high in protein, and perfect for breakfast, lunch, a snack or as an after dinner treat? Ready for something good for your kids and yourself? Good, I am too!
I always keep a bag of frozen raspberries in the freezer. Of course they’re ideal in smoothies, but there’s lots more you can do with them. I use the juice to make dye-free treats like Raspberry Cream Cheese Heart Tarts (and the quick video showing you how to do it). Another tasty dish I make with the berries is this simple, creamy Pink Yogurt. Both recipes use minimal ingredients, are perfect for Valentine’s Day, but most importantly, make my kids really happy. What else can a mom ask for?
- 1 cup plain greek yogurt
- 1/4 cup frozen raspberries, defrosted
- 1 tablespoon honey
- Combine greek yogurt and honey in a bowl.
- In a separate bowl mash the defrosted raspberries with a fork.
- Swirl the raspberries into the yogurt.
[…] Pink Yogurt […]
[…] ZDRAVO JUTRO – ZDRAVA LJUBAV […]
[…] Pink Yogurt from Weelicioius. My three-year-old, Elle, came home from preschool the other day asking for […]
[…] up some fruity pink yogurt and stash it in the fridge. Weelicious provides the recipe for this simple, wholesome […]
You can use honey, agave, and maple syrup as replacements for each other! The maple syrup will have a different flavor than the honey, and it will sometimes turn the finished product a different color. 🙂
Hi, I love this website and have made a couple of recipes already. Whenever I see honey I wonder if I can use maple syrup instead? Isn’t it healthier? If not, what kind of honey do you use? Thanks!
yes i would love to get recipes for my child.
Garnet colored heaven! This + strawberry heart pancakes = my Valentine’s Day breakfast!
This sounds so delish and so easy! Just three ingredients! Awesome!