Top Rated Yogurt Recipes

You don’t have  to use Greek yogurt in your spanakopita, but there’s something about it that 1) just seems right, and 2) adds a little extra moisture to the mixture. This recipe almost makes it feel like a Greek spinach chicken pot pie (sans chicken, obviously). Click here to see 11 New Ways to Use Greek Yogurt
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Persian Yogurt Soup
This soup is filled with flavors of nuts, roses, herbs, and dried fruits.This recipe is courtesy of Food and Wine.
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Banana Yogurt Muffins
Perfect for a healthy lunchbox snack, a quick breakfast or a bite-sized brunch hors d'oeuvre, these banana yogurt muffins are moist and flavorful. The ease and simplicity of this recipe means that kids can help you bake and get their hands dirty in the kitchen. Recipe courtesy of West of the Loop
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Yogurt parfait's are simple and delicious - it is the perfect simple dish to have for breakfast. Whip one up that is inspired by the McDonald's. 
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Cucumbers
A thick Greek yogurt makes this lighter twist on traditional tzatziki sauce creamy and satisfying with just a few bites. Serve it with grilled or baked salmon, roasted lamb, or chicken.  Click here for more Greek yogurt recipes.
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If you can boil water, you can make yogurt. This is so easy, the Accidental Locavore makes it once a week. This makes about 1 quart. 
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ranch dressing
While normal ranch is laden with fats and additives, this yogurt-based alternative is a healthy way to make your salad more satisfying.
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Blueberry Frozen Yogurt
Fresh blueberries, natural yogurt, and honey, are churned together to create a soft, summery frozen yogurt.This recipe is courtesy of Cookie and Kate.
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A mixture of oats, nuts, wheat germ, coconut, and warm spices are layered in between creamy Greek yogurt and fruit. Click here to see 11 New Ways to Use Greek Yogurt
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Yogurt, also known as curds, are eaten with nearly every Indian meal in some form or fashion. It is also used to tenderize meats, be a base for marinades, cut the heat of curried sauces, make sauces creamy, and as an ingredient in refreshing drinks.  
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No matter your skin type, full-fat plain Greek yogurt will help to gently exfoliate because of its lactic acid and moisturize because of its natural fats. Bananas contain vitamins B2, B6 and B12 to not only help reduce skin inflammation but also make the skin supple and soft. For more beautifying masks, click here!
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purple yam
This dish is especially rich in vitamin A, fiber, and phytonutrients, which are compounds in plants that fight disease, and promote overall health. If you thought there was something special about purple, you were right. The pigments that make plants purple are called Anthocyanins, which research indicates can improve brain health.This recipe is courtesy of Drew Ramsey, MD. for Stonyfield Organic 
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