From breakfast to dessert and everything in between, there are more than a few ways to enjoy tasty Greek yogurt
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What's not to love in a creamy and tangy dressing that doesn't load up on fat? Try this healthier version of a green goddess dressing that uses Greek yogurt and avocado instead of sour cream or mayo.
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Never reach for that store-bought tub again. This easy Chobani recipe uses just two ingredients — Greek yogurt and semisweet chocolate chips — to make a healthy topping for cupcakes and cakes. Try it on top of these healthy chocolate cupcakes.
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Switch it up and cut calories with this mashed potato substitute. This recipe uses cauliflower mashed in a Greek yogurt, garlic, and shallot mixture (with a dab of butter) for an inventive take on the dinner side.
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A Greek yogurt-blended potato salad hits all the right notes: make one with traditional potato salad favorites like mustard, cayenne pepper or paprika, and red onion (try this recipe), but cut out much of the fat by ditching the mayo.
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Summer's slowly approaching, which means now's the time to perfect your marinade. Yogurt-based sauces are a perfect complement to grilled meats. Try this simple recipe, which uses just a few ingredients (Greek yogurt, garlic, and lemon).
Yogurt With Fruit
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There are endless combinations of yogurt and fruit for any meal of the day. If your normal morning yogurt-and-fruit combo is getting old, try new pairings like pomegranate and orange or other in-season fruits from your farmers market.
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Sunday mornings get a bit less decadent with this French toast recipe, which layers the bread with a mixture of yogurt, cinnamon, and sugar or honey.
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This panna cotta recipe still uses cream, but you can cut most of it out by substituting with two cups of Greek yogurt instead. The result is a light yet still satisfying end to any meal!
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A healthy way to treat yourself, berry pops are easy to make with just frozen berries, sugar, and yogurt.
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Still have room for more dessert? Try making Greek yogurt gelato for the perfect ice cream substitute.