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DIY fruit-bottom yogurt

Fruit Bottom Yogurt - Parents Canada

Food fruit bottom yogurt - diy fruit-bottom yogurtMost pre-sweetened, flavoured yogurts pack a whopping 36-42 grams of sugar per cup – that’s about as much as pop. Greek-style yogurt is thicker and higher in protein.


fresh or frozen berries or other soft fruit
fruit jam, maple syrup, honey or sugar
plain yogurt


1. Fill a small jar or resealable plastic container about a third full with berries or other fruit.

2. Add a teaspoon of jam, drizzle of maple syrup or honey, or a sprinkle of sugar if the fruit is tart, and mash with a fork.

3. Top with plain yogurt, filling the jar or container almost full. Serve immediately or top with a lid and refrigerate until needed.

Originally published in ParentsCanada, May/June 2012

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