Last month we brought you some christmas themed treats including milk-brined turkey, Pavlova, as well as instructions on making your very own yogurt utilising ours as the starter culture. We’re looking a little closer at yogurt this month, and we’ve brought you a couple of special fuss free summer treats.
Made from our Certified Organic Milk, Schulz Organic Yogurt is unique. We add probiotic cultures, acidophilus, bifidus and L. Casein without the un-natural stabilisers you’ll find in other ‘natural’ yogurts. Each yogurt is tub-set, complete with a thick layer of cream on top. Our Greek Yogurt is strained to remove the liquid whey to leave a thicker-textured, Greek-style yogurt. Try out these easy treats and let us know which is your favourite to cook with!
OVERNIGHT CHIA SEEDS IN YOGURT
Not a morning person? Simply soak these three ingredients while you sleep and wake up to your on the go brekky! Perfect to get you rising and shining again post silly season!
We recommend using our Natural Yogurt, for this one. It’s free from artificial sweeteners and rich in probiotic cultures, which are essential for gut health. Then, you’ll just need some fresh milk, (we recommend ours of course!), some chia seeds and whatever toppings you fancy! We love it with fresh berries, coconut flakes and granola.
Image Credit: Tina at The Worktop
ROAST CHICKEN WITH ZESTY YOGURT TAHINI DRESSING
This salad is a favourite of ours! Can you go wrong with roast chicken, fresh crunchy beans and a zesty tahini and yogurt dressing? We think not!
Be sure to use our rich Greek Yogurt for that uncompromised creaminess!
NO-BAKE GREEK YOGURT CHEESECAKE CUPS
No bake, no fuss! This recipe is so simple yet SO delicious and can be adapted to whatever fresh fruits are in season. We love it with mango and peaches on a warm summer’s night! You’ll need a good thick yogurt base so we recommend using our Organic Schultz Greek Yogurt for the creamiest result.
If you liked these recipes have a look in our blog for some of our past recipe roundups including this little number on what else you can do with our milk!
Thanks for reading folks!