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I eat a great deal of yogurt. I have never considered adding vegetables, as I prefer fruits in plain yogurt. I think that is why the second version appeals to me most. I will likely try it soon.
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Two refreshing Yogurt Recipes for Summer time
During the summer I always have these two refreshing yogurt dishes ready to eat in the refrigirator.
Yogurt with cucumbers, fresh dill and garlic - Recipe # 1
I buy the plain Kefir yogurt (low fat, tow bottles), but you can use any fat free plain yogurt (NOT Fage greek yogurt. It's too thick for this recipe)
Lots of cucumbers, diced.I buy 12 cucumbers (my favorite are the pickling cucumbers, but you can use English cucumbers too or other ones)
Galick cloves, minced, to your taste (I use about 5-6 garlic cloves
Mix all and refrigirate.
The longer it is in the refigirator, the better it becomes.
Recipe # 2
Fage greek yogurt, fat free, or other thick yogurt
Frozen wild bluberries, thawed (from Costco)
Fresh peaches, sliced (throw the pit)
Stevia or Splenda to your taste
1 teaspoon pure vanilla extract
Mix all and refrigirate
You can change the frozen fruits and also the fresh fruits
Great recipes to eat all summer
Edited by: PERSISTENCEMIMI at: 7/29/2011 (22:38)
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