|A Basket of Apples|
|by Val Archer|
A charmingly illustrated collection of recipes, botanical information, and lore about everyone's favorite fruit--the apple.
1 - 10 of 1,210 for using yogurt
Yogurt making is a ... for storage. Some yogurt makers come with glass storage containers; others make 1 quart batches rather than single serve portions.
Preheat oven to ... salt. Stir in yogurt, milk, melted ... taste), grated apples, drained fruit cocktail, chopped pineapple, chopped bananas, raisins, etc.
In a large ... butter, sugar, eggs, yogurt and vanilla. In ... 106.6mg calcium, 433.8IU Vitamin A, less than 1mg Vitamin C, 4.4IU Vitamin D, 1.6mg iron.
Preheat oven to ... marshmallow cream. Cooks Note: 3/4 cup yogurt plus 1/4 cup milk may be substituted if your container of yogurt falls short of 1 cup.
Turn yogurt out into a ... whipped cream. This is a healthy alternative to breakfast cereals; it contains foods from the dairy, fruit and grains group.
In a small ... thick. Stir in yogurt. Add orange ... Mandarin orange sections, chopped toasted almonds, Macadamia nuts or pistachios. Makes 12 servings.
Peel or remove ... 4 ingredients. Blend yogurt, Italian dressing, ... to serve. Add pecans and mound salad over greens. Makes about 4 generous servings.
In a medium ... syrup and sugar. Using a beater, whip ... Variation: Sour cream (or half sour cream and half yogurt) may be substituted for the yogurt.
In a bowl, stir together eggs, yogurt and salt. In ... still appear moist. Makes 4 servings. Variation: Try orange, maple or banana yogurt instead of plain.
Dissolve Jello in ... Spread evenly with yogurt. Pour remaining ... Refrigerate until set. Cut into 9 squares. Top with whipped cream or more yogurt, if desired.
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