Usually made with sour cream, the addition of vanilla yogurt is a great way to make this "sweet" treat a little more healthy. Also try this recipe using our Strawberry or Banilla yogurt for a fruitier flavor!
A healthy comfort food that will warm you with the first spoonful. This fall soup will become a family favorite both for its ease of preparation and its remarkable taste. Serve for lunch, as a first course, or with a slice of crusty bread for a satisfying dinner.
A delicious chicken salad that uses Greek yogurt in place of mayonnaise. It gets its kick from curry powder, its sweetness from apricot preserves, and a nice crunch from toasted almonds and diced apples. Enjoy on a sandwich, a top apple slices, or by itself!
This recipe was sent to me by a woman who received it from relatives in England. The crunchy sugar topping is a delicate treat. My daughter Danielle asks me to make this dessert year-round (it's her favorite recipe in my cookbook) but I like to wait until the berries are in season.
The combination of creamy avocado with the crunch of crisp beets and the snap of green beans is a real palate pleaser. The colors are as startling and varied as the tastes. Key to this easy-to-prepare salad is avoiding overcooking the beets; they should still be crunchy. Cook in salty water until your fork just pierces them and the skin is easy to remove.
This light and refreshing salad contains 90% of your daily recommended intake of Vitamin C in just one serving.
The fontina, an easy melting cheese, combined with yogurt makes the filling incredibly rich and creamy. Fontina is a rich cheese, the tartness of the yogurt creates the perfect balance, of course you can also substitute with mozzarella or mild cheddar cheese if you prefer. Chile relleno is usually fried and filled with pork, this is a lighter version that's been baked and stuffed with shrimp.