ELSIE_BEE

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Pure decadence

Monday, March 01, 2010

I found a link to yogurt making on the Daily Spark and decided to try my hand at it.

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It's easy and it turned out beautifully! Then--since I'm the only one in the house who eats yogurt--I had to figure out what to do with all of it.

Since chocolate and raspberry are two of my favorite combinations, I decided to blend them together with my beautiful home made yogurt. Here's my "recipe."

Ingredients:
Some plain yogurt*
A sprinkle of sugar-free raspberry Jello (yes, straight from the package!)*
A spoonful (or so) of unsweetened cocoa*
A tad of Splenda (if you didn't put in enough Jello to make it sweet)*

Directions:
Stir together and enjoy!

*Measuring is for the timid of heart!

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  • no profile photo CD4021974
    I am not usually much for ice cream. However, I make these sundaes that I can't seem to get enough of: Berries (fresh if possible, but usually frozen), a splat of homemade yogurt, a handful of something crunchy (FiberOne, Kashi GoLean, or almonds) and a dusting of cocoa powder. So yummy... I actually feel guilty before I remember that just because it's delicious doesn't mean it's not good for me.
    4090 days ago
  • MORTICIAADDAMS
    Yum!!! emoticon
    4090 days ago
  • SCHWINNER!
    Mmm, that sounds so good! We recently made the jump from regular yogurt to Greek, and now I'm thinking I'd like to try making my own as well. Brian likes to dip his apples in vanilla yogurt, and his veggies in plain...so I'm thinking some spice/herb blends would be awesome for a veggie dip!

    Thanks for this idea!
    4090 days ago
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