3 Yogurt Recipes to Fuel Summer Fun (Breakfast + Snacks with Yulu)
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Things are kinda hectic around here with all the summer activities piling up on our schedule, projects we want to tackle and work of course.
I am also prepping for my photo shoot and Quinn’s 2nd birthday party in June!
So you can imagine, food these days is pretty “grab-and-go” for us. We can have more fun this way!
I prep most of our food, but to be able to dump, spread, or mix quickly is a life saver.
Quinn hasn’t been eating the best for me especially when it comes to meat, so I like to give her yogurt or cottage cheese for a little protein boost since she loves them. We recently tried Yulu yogurt and she is hooked! “Mama, I want nilla!” <<Vanilla is my favorite flavor from Yulu as well because it tastes like real vanilla bean!
Rob isn’t entirely a fan of Greek yogurt because of it’s thickness and bitterness, but we need yogurt that has ingredients we can pronounce and a substantial amount of protein. Yulu yogurt is the perfect mix for us; it has a thick creaminess that is out of this world and tastes REAL. This Aussie Style yogurt is double smoothed with honest ingredients. Let’s just say, we are hooked!
So we have been experimenting with some fun summer recipes to make with Yulu yogurt and here are three we are loving right now in between our summer activities!
I show you how I quickly whip up each recipe in this video.
3 cups blueberry Yulu yogurt ((or any flavor you prefer))
1/2 cup blueberries ((or any fresh fruit you prefer))
In a lightly greased glass baking dish, spread a thin layer of Yulu yogurt on the bottom. Add fresh blueberries and more yogurt on top. Freeze for one hour.
Remove the yogurt dish from freezer and cover with plastic wrap touching the yogurt. Freeze for a few more hours.
Once the yogurt is ready to be eaten, place the baking dish in warm water to help the yogurt release from the edges. Pull the yogurt out of the dish and break into chunks. Enjoy immediately or return to freezer individually wrapped if eating later.