Food project 40 – Granola fruit yogurt breakfast

Food project 40 – Granola fruit yogurt breakfast
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40th instalment in the Food project series

A breakfast granola, fruit and yogurt mix. Fruits: pear, banana and blackberry. Accompanied by orange juice. The yogurt is of a very thick, rich, creamy and tasty 8% kind. Maximum yum.

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Welcome to the SimpleCookingChannel. Things might get pretty simple sometimes but sometimes that’s just what a person needs. I hope you like my 5 minute mango yogurt brulée. Simple Cooking Channel Merchandise!! Share my channel. SUBSCRIBE: Facebook Twitter Ingredients Half a cup of white sugar Mango Mango juice 2/3 Cup of vanilla low fat yogurt 2 Tablespoons of honey 1/4 Tablespoon of ground cinnamon
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Question by Tracy H: Can I mix hidden valley dressing mix with low fat yogurt instead of mayo to cut back on calories?
I love ranch dressing. My favorite is mixing the hidden valley ranch packets with buttermilk and low fat mayo but it still has a ton of fat & calories. I was wondering if I can mix the packet with fat free yogurt and regular milk and a little light sour cream (or no sour cream at all) and still get a good tasting dressing. I don’t like any of the low fat bottle alteratives. Please help!

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Answer by Juddles
It will be a bit more tart than if you use mayo, otherwise it is fine. Your best bet is to try it out and see if you like it. Be sure and write down the amounts of each you use so you can do it again if you like it!

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