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Yogurt

California Yogurt Cup

California Yogurt Cup

Makes 1 Serving

  • 3/4 cup nonfat yogurt (plain, vanilla or favorite flavor)
  • 1/2 cup diced fresh fruit (berries, banana, melon or apple)
  • 1 1/2 teaspoons no-sugar preserves
  • 1/4 cup low-fat granola


Yogurt

A Definition

Yogurt is a cultured milk product that is often flavored with fruit or sweeteners. It is an excellent source of calcium, potassium and riboflavin, and has grown in popularity as a healthy food option.

Start Your Day With A California Yogurt Cup

(December 6, 2005) Many reach for yogurt for breakfast because it's convenient, tasty and healthy. This preparation also shows off its versatility. California Yogurt Cup makes a quick and delicious breakfast you can feel good about - high in calcium, protein, potassium and flavor. And you can adapt it to use your favorite fruit so you can enjoy a new variation every morning.

New Year's Resolution: Go Skinny Dipping!

Delicious Yogurt Substitutions Pack in the Nutrients without Packing on the Pounds

(December 1, 2004) Yogurt has found a permanent place as the healthy breakfast and snack time staple. But there are many uses for this versatile and tangy dairy darling as an ingredient, especially when trying to reduce the fat and caloric content of many dips, dressings and baked goods. In fact, it's easy to substitute yogurt for ingredients like mayonnaise and vegetable oil and still maintain a delicious flavor profile.

Yogurt has a long list of nutritional benefits too:

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