Diving into the layers of the best strawberry yogurt parfait is pure berry bliss. Tart Greek yogurt with homemade sweet strawberry sauce and crunchy lemon cookies create a texture explosion in every spoonful, with delicious flavors that meld together to make it a treat worth savoring. Get the recipe now on Foodal.
This lightened up dessert is the quintessential homemade cheesecake, just smaller. You’d never know it was made with fewer calories – with light yogurt, cream cheese, and a secret ingredient – but your waistband will thank you! And there’s no hot water bath required. Learn how to make our easy recipe now on Foodal.
The vibrancy of ripe summer tomatoes comes through in each bite of this elegant tart. The combination of roasted tomatoes, tangy goat cheese, and a simple crust makes this dish perfect for breakfast, a light lunch, or an accompaniment to dinner. Read more now on Foodal to get your hands on this delicious recipe.
For a twist on traditional barbecue, give our tangy white BBQ sauce a try. An Alabama favorite, this delicious condiment is creamy and tart with just a hint of sweetness, and it’s perfect for summer grilling. It goes well with chicken, pork, and so much more. What will you enjoy it on? Get the recipe now on Foodal.
You won’t be able to get enough of this curried chicken salad, made with grapes, crunchy veggies, and a spiced yogurt sauce. Whether you serve it between two slices of bread, in lettuce cups, or on its own, this easy twist on the classic version will become a family favorite in no time. Get the recipe now on Foodal.
Need a dessert that’s not too heavy? Light and spongy, this sweet yogurt cake is drizzled with a marmalade glaze. And with other simple ingredients like fresh lemon zest and vanilla, it’s an easy treat when you want to enjoy something delightfully light. Make a perfect ending to brunch or dinner, get the recipe now.
A good, solid, foolproof pancake recipe made with yogurt, goat milk, and readily adaptable to different flours including spelt and einkhorn. Get the details now.
It’s a bloody hot day in Nashville, a Wednesday, the kind of day where walking the 50 or so feet from your kitchen door to the mailbox means beads of sweat forming fast on your forehead and upper lip. Tim and I are inside, working, I at my laptop on the dining room table, …