These carrot spice muffins are a great way to start your day! Carrots, ginger, cinnamon and the crunch of walnuts will leave you feeling satisfied and happy, knowing they were made with yogurt and not butter!

Carrot Spice Muffins

These carrot spice muffins are a great way to start your day! Carrots, ginger, cinnamon and the crunch of walnuts will leave you feeling satisfied and happy, knowing they were made with yogurt and not butter!

Ready In: 00:30

Level: Medium


Prep: 00:10

Cook: 00:20

Yields: 16 muffins

    Ingredients

  • 2 1/4 cunbleached all-purpose flour
  • 1/2 cgranulated sugar
  • 1/4 c light brown sugar, firmly packed
  • 1 1/2 tsp baking powder
  • 1/4 tsp baking soda
  • 1 1/2 tsp ground cinnamon
  • 1/4 tsp nutmeg
  • 1 tsp ground ginger
  • 3/4 tsp salt
  • 1/3 c diced walnuts
  • 2 large eggs
  • 3/4 c water
  • 1/3 c Stonyfield Organic Low Fat Smooth & Creamy Vanilla Yogurt
  • 1 c grated carrots

directions

Step 1

Preheat the oven to 400°F. Lightly grease a standard 12-well muffin pan or use paper muffin cups (but grease the inside of those too).

Step 2

In a medium-sized bowl, whisk together the dry ingredients and then add the nuts.

Step 3

In a small bowl, whisk together the eggs, water, and yogurt.

Step 4

Stir the wet ingredients into the dry ingredients.

Step 5

Add the grated carrots, and stir to combine.

Step 6

Fill the muffin cups until quite full.

Step 7

Bake the muffins for around 20 minutes, or until a toothpick inserted in the center of one comes out clean.

Step 8

Remove the muffins from the oven, and cool in the pan for 5 minutes before transferring to a rack to cool completely.

If you want a really quick breakfast, you need to try this Cotton Candy Smoothie. It’s got that sweet cotton-candy-taste that’s perfect for on-the-go mornings!


Cotton Candy Smoothie

If you want a really quick breakfast, you need to try this Cotton Candy Smoothie. It's got that sweet cotton-candy-taste that's perfect for on-the-go mornings!

Ready In: 0:05

Level: Easy


Prep: 0:05

Cook: 0:00

Yields: 2 servings

directions

Step 1

Place all ingredients in a blender and blend until smooth.

Step 2

Pour into your desired glass, and add a reusable straw.

Step 3

Garnish with a fresh strawberry and enjoy!

Crunchy, sweet, and perfect for on-the-go snacking! This Nut Butter Yogurt Dip is your total go-to. You can use peanut butter, almond butter, or your favorite nut butter.


Nut Butter Yogurt Dip

Crunchy, sweet, and perfect for on-the-go snacking! This Nut Butter Yogurt Dip is your total go-to. You can use peanut butter, almond butter, or your favorite nut butter.

Ready In: 0:05

Level: Easy


Prep: 0:05

Cook: 0:00

Yields: makes 1 cup

directions

Step 1

In a bowl, combine all ingredients and stir thoroughly.

Step 2

Prep your dippers.

Step 3

Serve dip and dippers, enjoy!

Stonyfield Organic Reveals 6 Non-Profit Organizations to Receive Grants to Help Educate around Pesticide Use on Parks and Fields

Londonderry, NH, April 22, 2019 – One year after announcing its commitment to bring about sweeping changes in how communities across the country address the use of toxic pesticides in the outdoor playing fields and community spaces where children, families and pets play, Stonyfield Organic, the country’s leading organic yogurt maker, is announcing several milestones in its StonyFIELDS #PlayFree program. In 2018 Stonyfield Organic kicked off a bold three-year initiative to work with 35 communities across the country to convert outdoor playing fields and parks to organic maintenance, while also igniting a larger movement to ensure that all kids can play freely without the concern of potentially harmful chemicals. Stonyfield Organic has dedicated more than $800,000 to the initiative and progress to date includes:

  • Ten StonyFIELDS #Playfree Conversions Underway: The first ten cities selected to receive support in transitioning their parks to organic maintenance have successfully kicked off the process of employing organic pest management in designated parks and green spaces: South Portland, ME, Costa Mesa, CA, Burbank, CA, Tustin, CA, Salt Lake City, UT, Houston, TX, North Miami, FL, Hyattsville, MD, Portsmouth, NH and Dover, NH.
  • StonyFIELDS #Playfree Grassroots Donations recipients selected: Geared toward 501(c)(3) non-profit organizations looking to take their community education and advocacy efforts to the next level, Stonyfield Organic also earmarked $50,000 to be given out based on selected project proposals. The first six non-profit groups to receive these funds are: Friends of Casco Bay, Midwest Grows Green at the IPM Institute, Grassroots Environmental Education, Inc., Herbicide Free UC, Bee Safe Minneapolis and Beyond Pesticides Ohio.

Up next for the initiative, ten additional StonyFIELDS #Playfree Community Donations of $5,000 will be awarded towards the purchase of organic inputs and/or landscaping equipment needed for organic management, plus in-kind technical support and guidance from expert resources from StonyFIELDS #Playfree.

“The response to our offers of help in converting local parks and outdoor spaces brings us all hope and optimism,” said Stonyfield Organic’s co-founder and Chief Organic Optimist, Gary Hirshberg. “Once communities witness that there are simple and effective alternatives that don’t have to involve the use of toxic persistent pesticides, parents and city officials are rallying together to make change happen.”

“What’s frustrating is that change can’t happen fast enough. While this past year has been marked with wins – namely several lawsuits that brought to light the link between glyphosate and cancer in both groundskeepers and regular folks just using it on their own lawns – this pesticide is still available in just about every hardware store in America,” continued Hirshberg.

Over 26 million kids play on parks and fields, most of which are managed using a chemical cocktail of herbicides, insecticides, and fungicides, with glyphosate being one of those commonly employed. While huge strides have been made in the organic food space over the past 35 years, less is happening around environmental and health issues specific to the use of pesticides beyond food. In a survey* of parents, Stonyfield Organic found that while most American parents (69%) are looking to lessen exposure to pesticides in food, nearly the same number (67%) do not consider sports fields, playgrounds and parks to be of concern.

“As a parent, I was shocked to learn that glyphosate and other harmful chemicals and pesticides were being sprayed on the Little League fields where my boys played.  At first, I just pulled them out of the sport, but I knew I needed to do more,” said Kim Konte, a parent advocate who helped launch Non Toxic Neighborhoods, a grassroots organization which has had a hand in converting 17 cities and six school districts to organic grounds management and is a key partner in the StonyFIELDS #Playfree initiative.

“This journey has led us to so many inspiring advocates and game changers,” continued Hirshberg. “In the absence of true leadership or intervention from the government agencies that are falling down on the job to watch out for children’s health, we need to all be more aware and make our voices heard on this issue.”

Others lending their voices to the mission include Philip Landrigan, MD, MSc, Founding Director of the Children’s Environmental Health Center at Mount Sinai Hospital in New York and author of the book Children and Environmental Toxins: What Everyone Needs to Know, as well as actor Adam Scott, a concerned dad perhaps best known for his role as Ben Wyatt on television’s Parks and Recreation. Hoping to shed light on the issue, Stonyfield enlisted Scott’s talents for   a video called “The Ridiculous New Rules of Soccer,” a humorous look at the serious issue of potentially dangerous chemicals being used on many public parks and fields on which over 26 million kids spend time playing.

Stonyfield aims to empower families everywhere with tools and resources to make change anywhere from their own yard to their local parks.  For more information, visit https://www.stonyfield.com/playfree and follow Stonyfield’s progress using the #PlayFree hashtag on social media.

 

About Stonyfield Organic

As the country’s leading organic yogurt maker, Stonyfield takes care with everything it puts into its products and everything it keeps out. By saying no to toxic persistent pesticides, artificial hormones, antibiotics and GMOs, Stonyfield has been saying yes to healthy food, healthy people, and a healthy planet for 35 years. Stonyfield, a Certified B-Corp, is also helping to protect and preserve the next generation of farmers and families through programs like its Direct Milk Supply and Wolfe’s Neck Organic Training Program as well as StonyFIELDS, a nationwide, multi-year initiative to help keep families free from toxic persistent pesticides in parks and playing fields across the country.

*Stonyfield and Lindberg International surveyed 1,000 adults age 18 and older, comprised of 537 parents with children living at home, in January 2018.

The field at Northeast Delta Dental Stadium will be the first in professional baseball to be managed organically

 

Manchester, NH April 22, 2019 Stonyfield Organic, the country’s leading yogurt maker, has teamed up with its hometown team the New Hampshire Fisher Cats to convert the field at Northeast Delta Dental Stadium to organic grounds management, making the Fisher Cats’ home field the first field to be organically managed in all of professional baseball.  The field conversion at the Fisher Cats’ home stadium will begin this spring and will transition over two years; the conversion to organic grounds management will not impact regular season play.  

The move comes as part of Stonyfield’s larger #PlayFree initiative, which aims to help convert public parks and playing fields across the country to organic grounds management to ensure community spaces are free from the use of harmful pesticides. The issue of pesticides on public parks and fields is one that continues to gain national attention as the safety of widely-used pesticides like glyphosate, which the World Health Organization’s Cancer Agency, IARC, has identified as a probable carcinogen, are increasingly being called into question.

“We’re on a mission to convert parks and playing fields all across the country to organic grounds management, but we couldn’t overlook our own backyard,” says Stonyfield co-founder and Chief Organic Optimist Gary Hirshberg. “Converting the home field of our hometown team was a natural fit and we’re thrilled to help give our Fisher Cats the organic ball field they deserve. We hope it inspires other teams to do the same, for the health of their players and fans.”

“We’ve done a lot of research this offseason while working with a consultant, and we’re thrilled to collaborate with Stonyfield as we transition our field management from synthetic fertilizers to organic,” said Fisher Cats President Mike Ramshaw. “We’re committed to Stonyfield’s #PlayFree initiative, and are excited to make this a reality.”

Stonyfield Organic aims to empower families everywhere with the tools and resources to make change anywhere, from their own yard to their local parks and fields.  For more information, visit https://www.stonyfield.com/playfree and follow Stonyfield’s progress on social media using the #PlayFree.

 

About Stonyfield Organic

As the country’s leading organic yogurt maker, Stonyfield takes care with everything it puts into its products and everything it keeps out. By saying no to toxic persistent pesticides, artificial hormones, antibiotics and GMOs, Stonyfield has been saying yes to healthy food, healthy people, and a healthy planet for 35 years. Stonyfield, a Certified B-Corp, is also helping to protect and preserve the next generation of farmers and families through programs like its Direct Milk Supply and Wolfe’s Neck Organic Training Program as well as StonyFIELDS, a nationwide, multi-year initiative to help keep families free from pesticides in parks and playing fields across the country.

About the New Hampshire Fisher Cats

The New Hampshire Fisher Cats, Double-A affiliate of the Toronto Blue Jays, have welcomed over five million fans to their beautiful ballpark in Manchester since their inaugural season in 2004. The team plays at Northeast Delta Dental Stadium, New Hampshire’s premiere outdoor entertainment destination for affordable family fun. Readers of Parenting New Hampshire Magazine have voted the Fisher Cats “NH’s Favorite Sporting Event for Families” for seven years running, and the team has been voted New Hampshire Magazine’s “Best New Hampshire Sports Team” for each of the last nine years. The franchise was nominated for the John H. Johnson President’s Award in 2018, which recognizes Minor League Baseball’s most complete franchise. The Fisher Cats have won three Eastern League Championships in their 15 seasons in Manchester, including a title in 2018.

Looking for a quick snack? These Greek Nachos totally fit the bill! Crunchy chips, vegetables allover, and a cool creamy yogurt topping! Make it for lunch, dinner, a snack, or a party!


Greek Nachos

Looking for a quick snack? These Greek Nachos totally fit the bill! Crunchy chips, vegetables allover, and a cool creamy yogurt topping! Make it for lunch, dinner, a snack, or a party!

Ready In: 0:10

Level: Easy


Prep: 0:10

Cook: 0:00

Yields: Serves 4-6

    Ingredients

  • 1/2 c Stonyfield Organic Whole Milk Greek Plain Yogurt
  • 1 Tbsp lemon juice
  • 1/4 tsp salt
  • 2 small Persian cucumbers diced
  • 3 handfuls baked pita chips
  • 1 small red bell pepper diced
  • 1/2 c halved kalamata olives, more for topping
  • 1/2 c halved cherry tomatoes
  • 1/2 c feta cheese

directions

Step 1

Mix yogurt, lemon juice, and salt in medium bowl.

Step 2

Chop cucumbers and add to bowl and stir it up.

Step 3

Place pita chips on large platter and top with diced bell pepper and chopped olives.

Step 4

Top pita chips with yogurt mixture. Add cherry tomatoes, more olives, and feta cheese.

Is there anything better than a chocolate chip cookie? How about a Greek Yogurt Chocolate Chip Cookie! By cutting down the butter, and adding some of our Whole Milk Greek Yogurt you’re upping the protein and getting a lot more flavor in these delicious cookies!

Greek Yogurt Chocolate Chip Cookie

Is there anything better than a chocolate chip cookie? How about a Greek Yogurt Chocolate Chip Cookie! By cutting down the butter, and adding some of our Whole Milk Greek Yogurt you’re upping the protein and getting a lot more flavor in these delicious cookies!


Ready In: 0:15

Level: easy


Prep: 0:05

Cook: 0:10

Yields: 3 dozen cookies

    Ingredients

  • 1/2 c unsalted softened butter (1 stick)
  • 1/4 c Stonyfield Organic Whole Milk Plain Greek Yogurt
  • 1 c light brown sugar
  • 1/2 c white sugar
  • 1 tsp vanilla extract
  • 2 large eggs
  • 2 c all purpose flour
  • 2 Tbsp baking soda
  • 2 c semi-sweet chocolate chips

directions

Step 1

Preheat oven to 350 degrees F.

Step 2

Combine butter, yogurt, brown sugar, and white sugar in a bowl and mix well.

Step 3

Add in vanilla extract and eggs, mix well.

Step 4

Add in flour, baking soda, and chocolate chips, mix well.

Step 5

Spoon batter into small balls on parchment lined baking sheet and bake for 10 minutes, until nice and golden.

It’s a Vegan Gluten Free Blueberry Yogurt Waffle, AND it’s delicious! This recipe is easy to make and you can try different flavor combinations by substituting in our different Dairy Free Soy Yogurts!

Vegan Gluten Free Blueberry Yogurt Waffles

It’s a Vegan Gluten Free Blueberry Yogurt Waffle, AND it’s delicious! This recipe is easy to make and you can try different flavor combinations by substituting in our different Dairy Free Soy Yogurts!

Ready In: 00:20

Level: easy


Prep: 00:10

Cook: 00:10

Yields: 8 Waffles

directions

Step 1

In a small bowl mix flax seed meal with water. Let sit for 5 minutes.

Step 2

Preheat a waffle iron and brush on melted butter. Beat flax seed meal/water mixture and softened vegan butter in a large mixing bowl, then add Stonyfield Organic Dairy Free Blueberry Soy Yogurt, gluten-free flour, baking powder, baking soda, and kosher salt. Mix until smooth.

Step 3

Pour batter onto hot waffle iron. Cook until no longer steaming, about 5 minutes.

Variants:

Try with any of our Dairy Free soy yogurts for delicious, vegan variants on these waffles!

These Gluten Free Yogurt Waffles are a great way to start your day. A quick breakfast has never tasted so good!

Gluten Free Yogurt Waffles

These Gluten Free Yogurt Waffles are a great way to start your day. A quick breakfast has never tasted so good!

Ready In: 00:20

Level: easy


Prep: 00:10

Cook: 00:10

Yields: 8 Waffles

directions

Step 1

Preheat a waffle iron and brush on melted butter. Beat eggs and softened butter in a large mixing bowl, then add Stonyfield Whole Milk Vanilla Yogurt, flour, baking powder, baking soda, and kosher salt, mixing until smooth.

Step 2

Pour batter onto hot waffle iron. Cook until no longer steaming, about 5 minutes.

Stonyfield Organic and Vanessa Lachey Team Up to Achieve GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS™ Title

Celebrity mom and #1 kids brand in organic yogurt team up to show you don’t have to be a world record holder to find nutritious snacks everyone can agree upon;

Finding wholesome convenient snacks moms feel good about and kids love, makes packing lunch a whole lot easier

 

Los Angeles CA, March 10, 2019 – While sometimes it may feel as out of reach as earning a Guinness World Records title, finding a snack both parents and kids can agree upon is actually much easier. In a fun event, Stonyfield Organic, the country’s leading organic yogurt maker, and Vanessa Lachey, TV host, actress and blogger, today achieved a GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS title for the most bagged lunches assembled by an individual in three minutes, proving that when moms and kids agree on snacks, packing lunch becomes a whole lot faster! The #1 line of organic yogurt for kids and the busy mom of three set the challenge to help parents overcome their own challenges in finding convenient and nutritious, yet tasty, foods they and their kids can agree upon.

Held at The Grove in Los Angeles, Lachey was able to use her mom super powers to whip up enough bagged lunches to clinch the GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS title. The lunches included a sandwich, a piece of fruit and a nutritious snack featuring Stonyfield Organic’s new Snack Packs, a duo of creamy and tasty organic lowfat yogurt paired with either organic graham crackers, organic cookies or organic pretzels for dipping. In a portable and convenient format (no spoon needed!) that’s perfect for families on the go, kids love the dipping action and great yogurt flavors paired with a satisfying crunch while and parents love the nutritious option.

“I had so much fun helping Stonyfield Organic accomplish this GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS title,” said Lachey.  “With lots of practice with my own kids, I know how challenging it can be to find snacks that I feel good about but also that my kids will actually eat. Since we’ve discovered the new Stonyfield Organic Snack Packs, my fridge is always stocked with them because I know that Camden and Brooklyn are going to be so excited for snack time!”

While not always easy to find snacks parents and kids agree upon, Stonyfield Organic recently conducted research that uncovered kids and parents really aren’t as far apart on snack time choices as we may think. The research (click here for more) found that kids ages 5-11 and their parents reported that snack time is the easiest food occasion to agree upon; most encouragingly, 65% of kids either “love” or at least “like healthy snacks.”

The first yogurt snack pack to market, Stonyfield Organic Snack Packs and are available in a variety of flavors:

  • Strawberry Lowfat Yogurt & Graham Crackers
  • Strawberry Lowfat Yogurt & Chocolate Chip Cookie
  • Vanilla Lowfat Yogurt & Chocolate Cookie
  • Chocolate flavored Lowfat Yogurt & Graham Crackers
  • Chocolate flavored Lowfat Yogurt & Pretzels

In honor of the day, Stonyfield Organic donated $10,000 to the Los Angeles Regional Food Bank which will help provide roughly 40,000 healthy meals to people struggling with food insecurity.

About Stonyfield Organic
As the country’s leading organic yogurt maker, Stonyfield takes care with everything it puts into its products and everything it keeps out. By saying no to toxic persistent pesticides, artificial hormones, antibiotics and GMOs, Stonyfield has been saying yes to healthy food, healthy people, and a healthy planet for 35 years. Stonyfield, a Certified B-Corp, is also helping to protect and preserve the next generation of farmers and families through programs like its Direct Milk Supply and Wolfe’s Neck Organic Training Program as well as StonyFIELDS, a nationwide, multi-year initiative to help keep families free from pesticides in parks and playing fields across the country.

About Los Angeles Regional Food Bank
The Los Angeles Regional Food Bank has been fighting hunger in Los Angeles County since 1973 and has distributed the equivalent of more than 1 billion meals across our community. The Food Bank provides food to more than 300,000 clients on a monthly basis and distributed 67 million pounds of food in 2018 to children, seniors, working families, veterans, and other neighbors in need. To support the vision that no one goes hungry in Los Angeles, food and products are distributed through a network of more than 600 partner agencies directly to children through our Children’s Backpack and Summer Lunch programs, to approximately 29,000 seniors each month through our Senior Nutrition program, and to working families and college students through our Mobile Food Pantry. The Los Angeles Regional Food Bank is a 4-star rated charity by Charity Navigator. For more information, visit LAFoodBank.org.

Food Fights No More: Survey Finds Snack Time Presents Greatest Opportunity for Kids and Parents to Agree on Food Choices

Kids are far more open to trying new things at snack time than parents estimate; 65% of kids either “love” or at least “like healthy snacks”

Londonderry, NH, March 7, 2019 Stonyfield Organic, the country’s leading organic yogurt maker and the #1 kids brand in organic yogurt, is hoping to bring parents and kids to the table to find common ground when it comes to food. In a survey1 of kids ages 5-11 and their parents, Stonyfield uncovered that snack time presents a great opportunity to build healthy food habits for all meal times. Both parents and kids say snack time is the easiest food occasion to agree upon and that’s good news since 75% percent of kids surveyed say they have 2-3 snacks a day.

While it may sometimes feel like kids only want unhealthy foods, the majority are actually open to healthy choices. Although only a quarter of kids said they “love” healthy snacks, it’s important to note that a full 40% said they “like heathy snacks” and only 1% said that healthy snacks are “gross”!  Kids are savvy about their snacks too.  In fact, when shown a list of food items and asked which they considered healthy, the majority of kids did correctly distinguish the healthy choices from the less healthy ones. Most (67%) chose all of the healthy items and did not incorrectly choose any less healthy ones.2

While parents (61%) and kids (82%) agree that mom is the primary decision maker when it comes to picking out snacks, they disagree on how big of a role kids should have in this choice. Remarkably, 67% of kids think they should have the power to choose their own snack without the help of an adult.

As a mom of three young kids with snacking opinions of their own, Vanessa Lachey, TV host and actress, explains that her snack selection philosophy is all about give and take. “I love that my kids have opinions about their food and they are especially excited about picking their snacks. I use that enthusiasm as an opportunity to talk to them about making healthy choices, balancing treats with goodness and listening to their bodies to know when they are hungry – themes and lessons that extend far beyond the snack aisle.”

Vanessa shared her top tips for finding common ground with kids here:

  • Try New Things: Kids are more adventurous than I think we sometimes give them credit. Packing a lunch or afternoon snack each day, it’s easy to get into a rut, but I try to introduce at least one new food each week.
  • Don’t Give Up: Kids’ tastes are always changing. One day Camden will say he hates a certain food but when I reintroduce it a few weeks later, he’s a fan. I try not to get too bummed if something doesn’t hit the mark the first time.
  • Give them Some Control: Putting myself in my kids’ shoes, you bet I can imagine how frustrating it would be not to have control over food choices. So before we take trips to the grocery store together, I let Camden and Brooklyn know they can each pick three things that we agree upon together. It’s amazing for starting a discussion about what helps fuel our bodies and is a good choice – and of course still tastes great!

“We recently discovered Stonyfield Organic Snack Packs and it’s been a huge win for me and the kids. I feel great that they are getting a nutritious, organic yogurt, and they just love the dipping and all the yummy flavor combos,” continued Lachey.

A Snack Everyone Can Agree Upon
When asked about the attributes that are most important for snack selection, the gap between parent and kid perception is significant. Kids are primarily focused on taste while parents are primarily focused on healthy snacks. There is a 63 point gap in the importance a parent places on “healthy” vs. their child. Helping bridge that gap, Stonyfield Organic introduced a line of Organic Snack Packs that has something to make both kids and their parents happy.

First introduced in August 2018 and the first yogurt snack pack to market, Stonyfield Organic Snack Packs are a duo of creamy and tasty organic lowfat yogurt paired with either organic graham crackers, organic cookies or organic pretzels for dipping and are available in a variety of flavors:

  • Strawberry Lowfat Yogurt & Graham Crackers
  • Strawberry Lowfat Yogurt & Chocolate Chip Cookie
  • Vanilla Lowfat Yogurt & Chocolate Cookie
  • Chocolate flavored Lowfat Yogurt & Graham Crackers
  • Chocolate flavored Lowfat Yogurt & Pretzels

Adventure in the Grocery Aisles
When purchasing snacks for their kids, the majority of parents (68%) tend to stick with “a few classics” they know their kids like. If parents are doing so because they think kids can be unadventurous when it comes to trying new things, they should think again. Most kids (53%) said they “love trying new snacks,” demonstrating an openness to trying new things that parents can embrace and extend to other meal times.

As Vanessa shares, one of the best ways to teach kids about healthy choices is by involving them in the shopping process. Seventy-nine percent of the kids surveyed said they learn about the types of snacks they like when shopping with a parent or grown-up, making this a great time to start a natural dialogue with kids about smart food choices.

To find if a particular flavor is available near you, simply check out Stonyfield’s store locator.

1 Research conducted by Touchstone Research, Inc. on behalf of Stonyfield Organic Jan. 18, 2019  –  Jan. 24, 2019. 1,010 parents and 1,010 children 5-11 years old participated.

2 Child selected fruits, vegetables, and yogurt and did not select chips or cookies.

About Stonyfield Organic
As the leading organic yogurt maker, Stonyfield takes care with everything it puts into its products and everything it keeps out. By saying no to toxic persistent pesticides, artificial hormones, antibiotics and GMOs, Stonyfield has been saying yes to healthy food, healthy people, and a healthy planet for 35 years. Stonyfield, a Certified B-Corp, is also helping to protect and preserve the next generation of farmers and families through programs like its Direct Milk Supply and Wolfe’s Neck Organic Training Program as well as StonyFIELDS, a nationwide, multi-year initiative to help keep families free from pesticides in parks and playing fields across the country.

Satisfy your sweet tooth with with this Better Than Ice Cream recipe from Catherine McCord! Cinnamon, honey, and our whole milk yogurt pair up with some nuts for delicious bowl of yum!

Better Than Ice Cream

Satisfy your sweet tooth with with this Better Than Ice Cream recipe from Catherine McCord! Cinnamon, honey, and our whole milk yogurt pair up with some nuts for delicious bowl of yum!


Ready In: 00:05

Level: easy


Prep: 00:05

Cook: 00:00

Yields: 2 servings

directions

Step 1

Combine all ingredients in a bowl and mix well.

Step 2

Divide mixture into small bowls and top with fresh fruit.