What You Can Do With Yogurt Desserts

For many of us, dessert is the most awaited piece of any meal. Yet even in this society where health is of great concern, you can still satisfy someone who loves sweets with fast and simple desserts. It merely requires some yogurt and fresh fruits. Before you know it, you will be getting a few scrumptious and nutritious treats.

Yogurt is a terrific way to get vitamins, calcium and other nutrients in a smooth, creamy treat. It’s also an excellent accompaniment to fruit, complementing the natural sugars of pineapple or orange with a touch of tartness. Because yogurt contains live bacteria, it proves to be very useful for your body. It also helps in boosting the immune system.

One particular yogurt product which is fantastic with fruit is the yogurt fruit dip. It has about three well-liked variants: Strawberry (made with real strawberries), Vanilla (with all-natural flavor) and Chocolate (made with real Hershey’s chocolate). These delectable refrigerated dips are low in fat and come with no chemical preservatives. You can ingest them at all hours. These trouble-free dessert ideas merge several different seasonal fruits.

Set out packaged or homemade sugar cookies, vanilla, chocolate and strawberry yogurt fruit dips and bowls of your favorite fresh fruit, such as bananas, peaches, strawberries, blueberries, raspberries, kiwi, pineapple and grapes. Ask family or friends to top a cookie with the yogurt dip, then any combination of fruits for a one of a kind dessert pizza.

Sprinkle pieces of pound or angel food cake with strawberry yogurt fruit dip and fresh blueberries, strawberries or blackberries as toppings.

Thread chunks of fresh fruit on wooden skewers, alternating colors, textures and flavors of the fruit. Serve with any flavored yogurt fruit dip. For a change of pace, try grilling fruit such as pineapple slices, peaches or mango before serving. You’ll be surprised at the new flavors that might come out.

Learn about sugar free desserts too by going to www.sugarfreedessertsrecipes.com.

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