Today let’s talk about dressing up your yogurt. Plain yogurt on its own just isn’t very exciting, but is full of protein and nutrients that are great for your body. So to make sure you get all these great benefits without adding lots of preservatives and artificial ingredients, its vital to have some delicious ways to doctor up your yogurt. For most of us this means some kind or fruit, maybe some nuts, a touch of honey, maybe a few spoonfuls of cereal, and we are good to go.
That’s until you try the Noosa Strawberry Rhubarb yogurt from Colorado. The second I tried it, I became obsessed with making my own. I experimented with some different strawberry rhubarb compote recipes some with ginger, some with honey/agave, some without citrus, and this was my favorite. Mixed into some Greek or plain yogurt and it makes the perfect breakfast treat. It would also be delicious with chicken or pork, over ice cream or frozen yogurt, spread on toast, or even as a sandwich spread.
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You can also use orange juice and zest in place of the lemon.
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