As you’ve been enjoying your EasiYo yogurt topped with your favourite toppings or having them mixed in, have you dreamed of the other things you could do to make it your own creation? We have some great ideas from our own team and a few from you, our amazing EasiYo ambassadors. Here are just a few.
Coffee flavoured yogurt:
Prepare your favourite good quality coffee and allow to cool to room temperature (15-20*C). Use your cooled coffee in place of water and mix with EasiYo Unsweetened Greek Style, Vanilla or Sweetened Greek Style depending on how sweet you like it.
Add approximately 1 teaspoon of hot chocolate or milo per 100g of EasiYo Unsweetened Greek Style yoghurt, have a little taste and if you like it more chocolaty add a bit more to taste. This is Cushla from our teams favourite 3 O’clock pick me up snack.
Yogurt Cheesecake using a Store or name brand box mix:
One of our EasiYo ambassadors Sara, shared with us her daughter Nicole’s recipe for a tasty cheesecake using EasiYo yogurt.
How to make it: Use your favourite store or brand name cheesecake box mix. Add half a jar (1/2 of 1kg jar) of EasiYo Blueberries and Cream yogurt to the filling portion in the instructions. Place the cheese cake into fridge to set overnight. Grate chocolate on top for good measure and enjoy! When using Easiyo Vanilla yogurt add the whole jar and it will taste great and set well.
Photo: Nicole with her cheesecake
2 Ingredient Naan Bread:
Make our easiest pizza base recipe [link to recipe]. Once dough is made divide into four equal parts. Place each section on a floured surface. Roll out each section of dough to about 20 cm in diameter. Cook the bread in a dry hot pan set over medium high heat. Cook approximately 2-4 minutes until golden brown and cooked through. Enjoy with a tasty curry or dip. Check out some recipes.
Use the easiest pizza base to create flavourful focaccia by adding your favourite toppings and baking until toppings are bubbly and the base is golden.
Share your creations with us on Facebook and you may be featured in a future post.
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