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Packed with probiotics, yogurt is not only a super healthy food, it is also one of the most versatile!
While most of us think of yogurt as nothing more than a great sidekick to a morning meal or a healthy snack option in the afternoon, in reality it is one of the few foods that can be seamlessly integrated into any meal to create both sweet and savory dishes.
From soups and salads to condiments and beverages, you won't find many more flexible options!
Explore our homemade yogurt recipes below, and remember: you can do this!
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These crackers are a delicious medium for cultured spreads, dips, and soft cheeses. Plus they are a great way to use up extra whey from making yogurt!
Mast va Khiar is a tasty dip originating in Iran. Also known as Persian yogurt and cucumbers, it make a quick and easy snack for parties.
Fresh raspberries make this no-bake gluten-free cheesecake recipe an essential for your summer dessert list.
This warm dip is amazing with natural baked corn chips or still-sizzling, coarsely salted sunchoke or potato chips
Use those abundant green tomatoes from your garden in this delicious version of an old favorite recipe, using Greek-style yogurt, cornmeal, and bread crumbs.
Make delicious tropical smoothies using banana, fresh pineapple, coconut milk and kefir, yogurt or buttermilk as the base.
This recipe celebrates fresh sage and creamy homemade cultured dairy products. Try it as a bread spread, creamy dip, or pasta sauce.
Make these delicious fluffy bagels using a traditional sourdough starter. Step-by-step instructions.
These gummies will remind you of that famous orange drink we all loved as kids.
Make this refreshing summertime smoothie using yogurt, kefir or buttermilk as the base and cool watermelon, for amazing flavor.
Learn to make a delicious orange smoothie with this easy recipe; use yogurt, kefir or buttermilk as the base.