Raspberry Chocolate Frozen Yogurt Bark
- 2 pack Two Good® Mixed Berry Yogurt
- 1 Tbsp Honey
- ¼ cup Chocolate chips
- 2 Tbsp Unsweetened shredded coconut
- 2 Tbsp Frozen raspberries
- Add the Two Good® yogurt into a bowl.
- Add in honey and mix until well combined.
- Spread the yogurt mixture on a baking sheet evenly. Make sure the spread isn't too thin or too thick.
- Sprinkle the chocolate chips, shredded coconut and raspberries on the yogurt spread.
- Place the baking sheet in the freezer for two hours or until it's fully frozen and easy to handle.
- Break it into barks and serve immediately.
Mother's Day Bliss Bowls
- 1 Cup Two Good® Yogurt
- 3 Tbsp Granola
- 2 Tbsp Fresh raspberries
- 2 Tbsp Fresh blueberries
- 1 Tbsp Almonds, chopped
- ¼ tsp Flax seeds
- ¼ tsp Chia seeds
- ⅛ tsp Turmeric powder
- 2 Mint leaves - optional
- Place the yogurt in a bowl.
- Top with granola, fresh berries, flax seed and chia seed.
- Sprinkle turmeric on top and add mint leaves (if using).
- Enjoy chilled.
Overnight Chia Pudding Yogurt Parfait
- ⅓ cup Chia seeds
- 1½ cups Almond milk
- 2-3 Tbsps Maple syrup
- 2 containers of Two Good™ Yogurt
- Dried cranberries
- Sliced almonds
- In a medium sized jar, add chia seeds, vanilla almond milk, and maple syrup. Use a spoon to stir until all the seeds have dispersed. Refrigerate the chia seed mixture overnight so that the chia seeds can thicken.
- Once you're ready to serve the chia pudding, divide the chia pudding into two small jars. Top each jar with a container of Two Good yogurt in the flavor of your choice. Add granola, dried fruits, fresh fruit, and your other favorite ingredients.
- Serve the overnight chia pudding yogurt parfait cold.
Dannon, Silk, So Delicious Dairy Free and Wallaby Yogurt. Available in Greek & High Protein, Plant-Based, Probiotics, Drinks, and Kids options. With so many ways to enjoy yogurt, here's a few more reasons to love yogurt: 1) Cultures. Yogurt contains good bacteria. Adding yogurt (and these good bacteria) to your diet can help with the balance and diversity of bacteria in your gut, which is associated with better health. 2) Less Lactose. Because yogurt often contains less lactose than some other dairy products, like milk, it is often an easier to digest alternative. That’s a win for everyone. 3) Lifestyle. Healthy living includes smart substitutions. Yogurt can add less fat and calories to recipes. 4) Nutrition. Many yogurts contain protein, calcium, and potassium, three important nutrients for your diet. 5) Dairy-Free. Plant-based yogurt alternatives are a great option for people who choose to be dairy free. Most are fortified with calcium and vitamin D and have live and active cultures.
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