This year, I am working on incorporating at least one new “superfood” recipe into my menu for every week, in an effort to eat a wider variety of foods and lose weight. I’m not sure what it takes to be considered a superfood (since every list is different), but Greek yogurt counts at our house. Greek yogurt has twice the protein of regular yogurt and is lower in lactose. It has probiotic cultures, doesn’t contain all the extra sugar, and still has the calcium, potassium, protein, zinc, and vitamins B6 & B12 that you find in most yogurts.
This looks like a much healthier version than the recipe I tried last year.
This smoothie recipe works great with Greek yogurt! I love the slight change in flavor. We made a variation with bagged frozen fruit & a small handful of spinach this morning.
Yum! I can’t wait to try this one out. My husband loves potato salad & I cringe adding all that mayo to it. This is a MUCH better alternative.
This lighter chicken salad looks like a great recipe to try out as warmer weather approaches!
This just looks so moist & delicious!
What a great way to make twice baked potatoes everyone can enjoy without the guilt!
Is there anything that isn’t made better by a cupcake? Now I can actually eat one without visualizing my waistline expanding!
This Kale Artichoke dip looks amazing and is a much healthier version of my Spinach & Artichoke dip.
I have to order some of these mini bundt pans so I can try this recipe! These grapefruit & Greek yogurt cakes look positively delectable!
Isn’t that color just gorgeous? I can’t wait for my crop of beets this year to make this Greek yogurt beet tzatziki!
Want to incorporate Greek yogurt into your own recipes? Use this guide from Chobani!
What are some of your favorite Greek yogurt recipes?
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