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Old 09-26-2007, 05:30 PM   #11
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Quick Google search for: Non-Fat Yogurt Recipes got 362,000 hits. Some sites have more than 1 recipe, and these cover all kinds of dishes!

I'm like expatgirl - I like yogurt cheese and it's a great way to use it up (3 cups yogurt makes 1 cup cheese). But - I do it a little differently ... I mix all the herbs and spices into the yogurt before draining out the whey - it's easier to mix that way.

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Old 09-26-2007, 07:20 PM   #12
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Skipped through all the posts on here so not sure if anyone already provided this info. I usually use non-fat yogurt blended with fresh strawberries, bananas and Dole's Orange/Strawberry/Banana juice and make smoothies out of it. It's also great for making low-fat salad dressings. Top the yogurt with some honey maple granola and fresh fruit and you'll have a great snack or breakfast.

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Old 10-14-2007, 02:17 PM   #13
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I like to substitute buying the whole, flavored and granola-topped yogurts with just taking the plain non-fat yogurt and cutting some fruit into it and maybe even adding a little of what ever cereal I have around. cutting the fruit into it and stirring it really well adds the natural sweetness of the fruit, so who needs the store bought aspertame and processed sugar-laced yogurts, right! Also, you can just do yogurt and dry cereal instead of milk and cereal. :)

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