Food Processor Frozen Yoghurt Allows For A (Relatively) Healthy Breakfast Alternative

If you’re not a big fan of smoothies you can stay on your dietary plan and feel like you’re cheating for breakfast by making a quick frozen yoghurt in your food processor.

Culinary weblog makes a good case for having dessert for breakfast by sharing a recipe in the above video for fresh peach frozen yoghurt that only uses three tablespoons of honey in addition to the fruit and yoghurt for a sweetener. You can of course make whatever substitutions are necessary and at the end add some granola or nuts as a topping. If you run the kilojoules and nutritional info it’s actually not a bad way to start your day, particularly if you add protein powder and a green vegetable.

Of course we’re not straying too far from smoothie territory, but for many the texture and temperature of frozen yoghurt fool taste buds into thinking the treat is more fattening than it actually is. This can take care of cravings that may not be satisfied by a standard smoothie.

How to Make Peach Frozen Yoghurt for Breakfast []

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