Plain yogurt is used to add moisture to this hearty and satisfying breakfast bread. Perfect for French toast, too!
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These are incredible! Moist and not too sweet. I was served these scones with breakfast while staying at the Tabor House Inn in Vermont. They were so good I asked the inn’s owner, Jennifer Bright, for the recipe! If you want to impress breakfast guests — make these. I promise no one will be disappointed.
It can be tempting to celebrate the season with heavy comfort foods but wouldn't it be great to ring in the New Year already feeling good about ourselves? Don't get me wrong, there is a time and place for hot, fresh cider donuts but don't forget to fill the body with good things, too! The cauliflower used in this recipe is affordable, versatile, readily available and absolutely delicious.
Nothing satisfies a sweet tooth on a warm afternoon like a blended coffee drink. But often times, these are loaded with sugar and artificial ingredients that most of us would prefer to avoid. Here's a version that will give you the taste and health you’re looking for.
When have you ever been able to make homemade "ice cream" in less than 10 minutes? Now! This banana soft serve with Divine chocolate chunks tastes rich and decadent but contains no added sugar beyond the chocolate. It’s sure to be a family favorite, so better start freezing those bananas.
Traditionally Welsh Rarebit is made of a rich cheese and ale sauce poured over toast. For this finger food version the sauce is made less sloppy with the addition of mushrooms and yogurt while the cheese is broiled on top. Beware, the IPA in the sauce gives a bitter tang that just plain begs for a sip or two more beer to drink alongside.
Corn Pudding is one of my husband’s family recipes that I have come to love, and so do my kids. It’s a fabulous side for holiday or Sunday dinners. I have lightened it up using yogurt and lowfat milk. Up next is tweaking the recipe so I don’t use the corn bread mix from a box.
Have you wanted to try making Indian food but were too intimidated by the laundry list of spices? Try this easy, lightened-up yet flavorful version of Chicken Korma, a subtly-spiced dish combining chicken, spices, and yogurt, which introduces you to the flavors of the subcontinent from the comfort of your kitchen.