For the new kid in the kitchen…

The fruit isn’t just on the bottom of this one

Light and Fit. Thick and Creamy. Fruit on the Bottom. It seems like every Yogurt company in the nation has joined together in a vicious attempt to transform this once dull snack into a rich dessert experience. Now, in theory I’m all for this. Take a healthy treat, make it taste even better, and all the while maintain its integrity as one of the few satisfying and guilt free snack options. In reality, some of these yogurt concoctions deliver (personally I enjoy light and fit cherry vanilla). Many however, have taken a disgusting turn for the worse. Cinnamon Bun Thick and Creamy Yogurt… did we really think this could live up to its concept? I understand the lure of a ready-made 100 calorie sugary treat, but with a little bit more effort I think we can take this concept to the next level.

And would you know it, it doesn’t even involve stirring up weird over-sugared jelly type gel from the bottom of your container.


  • Apple
  • Cinnamon
  • Vanilla Yogurt (go light for an even healthier snack)

Now… Chop the apple, and mix with the other two ingredients… THAT’S IT….

Super simple but super yummy. Don’t worry, we’ll step up our level of difficulty next post. But until then. Happy snacking!


2 responses

  1. Phyllis

    What a blog !. I love it
    I am a long time devote of quinoi
    For breakfast i have it with cinnamon and raisins
    or fruits and nuts.
    I learned to rinse quinoi before cooking or it tastes bitter……….
    Unless you have bought in a box marked pre-rinsed.
    I’m signed up for your next column.
    Looking forward to hearing from you again

    February 2, 2011 at 7:02 pm

    • sharna

      Your comment was posted on her blog site. Look at today’s new recipe at the bottom and you will see it.

      February 4, 2011 at 1:27 am

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