Low Sugar Raspberry Yogurt
As a kid I used to really enjoy tucking into one of those little yoghurts for breakfast or as a little dessert. Looking back they probably weren’t the healthiest of breakfasts but back in the earlier 90’s food labelling wasn’t quite as detailed as it now is (thank goodness it is!)
The little flavoured yogurts you get off the shelf are packed full of all sorts of artificial badness and sugars (some hidden), so I thought I’d do a really easy breakfast example of how you can just flavour your yogurt at home and use it as a base to make a simple breakfast that will keep you going until lunch. The below ‘recipe’ will work with most berries – why not give blackcurrent, strawberry or even blueberries a try?
What You’ll Need to make this Low Sugar Raspberry Yogurt
- 200g natural full fat yogurt
- 3 cups raspberries
- Rolled oats
- Fresh raspberries
- coconut flakes
In a blender blitz the natural yogurt and berries until smooth.
To serve, place a couple of tablespoons of yogurt in the bottom of each pot, then put a tablespoon of oats, a few fresh raspberries and finish with some coconut flakes. You can serve as desired – there’s no restrictions on how much or how little you use! And there you have it, low sugar raspberry yogurt that tastes just as good as the little packs you had as a kid.