To Heat or Not To Heat: A Yogurt Question - The Weston A. Price Foundation
In the Kitchen with Mother Linda One of the most frequent questions we receive at the Foundation is the following: should you, or can you, make yogurt from […]
5 High Protein Fruit Smoothies for Weight Loss (5 Ingredients or Less)
These refreshingly fruity High Protein Smoothies for Weight Loss will keep you full and energized while helping you reach your weight loss goals. With 5 scrumptious recipes to choose from (all with 5 ingredients or less!), you’ll have no problem staying on track!
Fun with Homemade Yogurt: Our Favorite Toppings, Tips & Recipes! - Natren Probiotics Blog
Yogurt is one of the most well known functional foods and often associated with probiotics, but unfortunately, not all yogurts will give you probiotic benefits. Many yogurt manufacturers pasteurize (heat) the yogurt after the cultures are added; they do this to kill potentially bad bacteria, but unfortunately it kills the good bacteria as well. In addition, many of them contain more sugar and artificial preservatives than a Twinkie (!!), and then there’s the problem with all the sweeteners…
Leftover Wine? Make Wine Syrup!
Got a bottle of leftover wine – or perhaps a few, after a party? You could make jelly, or you could turn it into an exquisite sauce for fruit, ice cream, salad dressings, and more.To make wine syrup, you can use a single bottle or mix up the remainders of an assortment of wines. We have only tried it with red wine but white would work, too.
Spiced Indian Yogurt (Chaas) Recipe
Chaas or Indian buttermilk is a mild drink that uses spices which are known for their digestive properties. It's a must-have after an indulgent meal and takes all of five minutes to rustle up.
Yogurt- and Chia-Covered Frozen Grapes
Adorable, easy to make, and naturally sweet, these mini popsicles should be kept in your freezer for when ice cream cravings strike for a quick frozen treat
Baked Buffalo Cauliflower with Ranch Yogurt Dip | Cinnamon-Spice & Everything Nice
Cauliflower florets are smothered in a fiery homemade buffalo sauce and baked then served with a ranch yogurt dip to help put out the blaze. You can serve them warm or at room temperature, as an appetizer, snack, side dish or a meal in and of themselves.
Natren YOGURT STARTER is an easy and delicious way to add probiotics to your diet. This yogurt is a tasty, Bulgarian recipe full of protein, calcium, and super strain probiotics. The creamy thick deliciousness is a nutritional treat your whole family can enjoy!