Yogurt and Blueberries – Wordless Wednesday

Yogurt is a yummy, healthy snack. Creating yogurt recipes is pretty easy when you keep it simple and I like simple. One of my favorite snacks is yogurt and blueberries. To spice it up I like to top it with almonds and pecans. I love eating just plain frozen blueberries too.

I was playing around with taking photos of food and took one of my yogurt and blueberries. I thought it turned out decent enough to make into a blog post.

FFR Yogurt, Blueberries and Almonds

For my yogurt and blueberries snack, all I did is poured vanilla or French vanilla yogurt into a bowl, added frozen or fresh blueberries, topped it with sliced almonds and/or pecans. We do this a lot with any of our favorite fruit. You could do this with plain yogurt too.

We also like to make smoothies….at least until our blender broke. :( Sniff. Sniff. Still have to figure out which part I need to buy since the last time I purchased the wrong part.

Something we have not made since getting Miss Moo is homemade yogurt. Amazing, eh? Whenever I buy yogurt to have the starter it always gets eaten before we get to it.

Do you eat yogurt? Do you do anything “fancy” with it? Have any yogurt recipes to recommend or do you make homemade yogurt?

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13 comments

  1. That is an awesome combination, so healthy and European!

  2. Marcie W. says:

    My nightly snack consists of organic yogurt, one tablespoon of peanut butter, an apple, a banana, any berries we have on hand, hemp hearts, chia seeds, and unsweetened coconut flakes, all mixed together. It’s healthy, nutritious and my favorite!

  3. I usually just eat yogurt plain, but that looks soooo yummy!

  4. I make frozen yogurt pie a few times a month. 3 small yogurt, one whip cream mixed pour into a gram cracker crust and freeze ;-)

  5. Donna says:

    I usually eat plain Greek yogurt. :)

  6. This looks a lot like some of my morning noshes :)

  7. Mickey says:

    Oh, that looks good! I haven’t added blueberries and nuts, but will definitely try it.

  8. Looks like a delicious breakfast!

  9. HilLesha says:

    I eat Greek yogurt from time to time, but I can’t really eat it that much since I’m lactose intolerant. I do enjoy some blueberries, though! :)

  10. Shell Feis says:

    I love yogurt with granola & strawberries! I use it for smoothies too.

  11. courtney says:

    Yummm one of my favorite snacks :)

  12. Lolo says:

    I love putting fresh fruit in yogurt. Looks so yummy!

  13. Kathleen says:

    I really wish I loved yogurt, it is such a healthy option, but I hate it.

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