I will have to try this! .....very unusual and thanks a heap for sharing! ;)
1/28/13 3:04 P
Sansie - I'm going to try it with the same amount of brownie mix. It's just 1 or 2 more calories than the Funfetti mix!
Tip: I portioned the entire box into the appropriate amounts and put each serving into its own baggie. That way I won't do a "whoops, I 'accidentally' dumped too mix mix into my yogurt; oh well!" Sometimes I have to be awfully clever in order to outsmart myself!
1/24/13 9:27 A
Thanks for sharing a great creation. I can't wait to try this myself.
Oh wow. I've never considered mixing cake mix and greek yogurt. I like to add all sorts for stuff sweets to my yogurt to have a dessert. I have a lot of good looking cake mixes that I don't want to whip into a whole cake. I wonder if other flavors will taste good?
1/21/13 8:44 A
1Groves- Because I love cake batter, lol. I forgot to mention the best part of this recipe: the finished product tastes like cake batter but has the consistency of frosting. Haha, I love this one.
I JUST posted a version of this recipe in the Greek Yogurt thread in recipe ideas! Hilarious!
1/18/13 2:57 P
How did you think this up??? LOL Thanks for sharing LOL still :)
1/16/13 3:25 P
Disclaimer - Yes yes, I am perfectly aware that this isn't exactly healthy. If you're into super healthy/sugar free, then don't read this. However, if you're on the verge of a PMS sweets binge (ahem...those are the circumstances under which I came up with this), then read on.
The first time I was on SP, I lost 42 lbs by totally cutting out sweets. It was all fine and good until 3 months into maintaining my goal weight, and then my sugar ban lost all semblance of order and I went nuts for anything sweet. Oops. 15 lbs later, my lesson has been learned. Small, semi-infrequent sweet treats it is!
1/4 c dry Funfetti cake mix 1 c plain fat free Greek yogurt (I like Fage, as it has less tang than Chobani) 1/2 - 1 tsp vanilla extract, to taste
Mix everything together well, and you end up with Funfetti batter-flavored Greek yogurt. Here's the nutritional breakdown. It actually has less sugar (15g) than a 6-oz single serve cup of flavored Greek yogurt (19g), even though it's more yogurt than comes in the 6-oz single serve cup. You could use vanilla flavored Greek yogurt instead of adding vanilla extract, but it will increase the total amount of sugar you're eating.
Calories 273.0 Total Fat 3.0 g Total Carbohydrate 37.0 g Sugars 15.0 g Protein 23.0 g
Edited by: JANEY102482 at: 1/16/2013 (15:27)
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