Frozen Berry Yoghurt

Frozen Berry Yoghurt

Everyone is into the new craze of frozen yoghurts! Why? Well, the way that it has been marketed is that it is ‘healthy’ or at least ‘healthier’ than normal ice-creams and cold desserts. But have you ever wondered just how much sugars are actually in the highly processed frozen yoghurts? Not to mention the additional toppings you can add? You might as well consume a low-fat ice-cream dessert instead!

This frozen berry yoghurt not only has minimal amounts of sugars, but uses fresh or frozen berries and natural yoghurt. It’s really that simple – you could do it in your sleep!

RECIPE

  • 2 cups of organic natural yoghurt
  • 2 tablespoons of organic coconut sugar
  • 1 cup of your favourite berries (fresh or frozen)

METHOD

  1. In a small bowl combine all ingredients together until there is a smooth consistency.
  2. Place in a funky bowl or container of choice, cover and freeze for 1.5 to 2 hours.
  3. Voila! Frozen berry yoghurt at your finger tips ready to be indulged!  Continue reading

Cinnamon Baked Pear with Natural Yoghurt

Cinnamon baked pear

My first blog post – my first ever experience baking with pear! I had my first and last experience with a pear dessert over a year ago in the ever so busy Oxford Street in Bulimba, and from that very first bite, I was determined to bake my own pear dessert dish! This recipe is so simple yet so satisfying to finish off a cold winter’s meal. The cinnamon gives off that spiciness and aromatic fragrance to the whole dish. With the sweetness from the Natvia sugar and honey, in addition to the combination of the natural yoghurt, you will find that it creates the perfect balance. Not too sweet, and not too sour. If you like the sound of this, please see below to get started!

RECIPE

METHOD

Pre-heat oven to 200 degrees celsius Continue reading