This full-fat yogurt recipe turns a plain cup of yogurt into a hunger-satisfying meal with the addition of chia seeds, sunflower seeds, and blueberries.
And, even better, this dairy recipe might be right for you, even if you are lactose intolerant!
Most of us think of yogurt as a health food because of the gut-healing probiotics it contains. Those probiotics help to break down lactose, which is the dairy sugar that causes abdominal discomfort in someone with lactose intolerance.
So, even if you are lactose intolerant, you may find that your body tolerates this dairy recipe just fine.
Pick Full-Fat Yogurt over Low-Fat or Non-Fat
If you are choosing low-fat or non-fat varieties of yogurt, you are likely eating a lot of hidden sugars.
I recommend buying full-fat yogurt to avoid the sugar and get the hunger satisfaction of the dairy fats.
The raw sunflower seeds and chia seeds in this recipe provide valuable vitamins, minerals, and fiber, as well as additional healthy fats that wipe out cravings. The blueberries provide just the right amount of sweetness to add to the enjoyment.
Note: You might have to do a bit of searching to find full-fat yogurt in your grocery store. Almost all yogurts in the dairy aisle are low-fat or non-fat with added sugars.
Look in the health food aisle of your grocery store for full-fat yogurt. You can use regular or Greek Yogurt.
FULL-FAT YOGURT with SEEDS
Mix all ingredients together in a bowl.
Refrigerate for 5 to 10 minutes to thicken.
You might need to look in the health food section for a full-fat yogurt with no sugar
You can add fresh or frozen berries.
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Recipe from www.drbeckyfitness.com