11 New Ways to Eat Greek Yogurt
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11 New Ways to Eat Greek Yogurt

Greek yogurt isn’t a superfood for no reason: It’s packed with protein, low-fat and a *delicious* staple in our diets. But we all know that it can be easy to get in a Greek yogurt rut (fruit, granola, peanut butter and repeat), so we found 11 NEW and exciting ways to eat it as your new favorite breakfast, snack or even lunch.

1. Cherry Tomatoes, Basil, Salt and Pepper: You can have your yogurt and make it savory too! This recipe is a great lunch option. Pair it with some carrots and crackers for the ultimate midday meal. (via Autumn Makes and Does)

2. Peanut Butter, Honey, Vanilla Extract and Dark Chocolate Chips: Why not have cookies for breakfast? Vanilla extract and peanut butter give the yogurt your favorite cookie flavor. (via The Chriselle Factor)

3. Apples With Chopped Dates, Walnuts and Cinnamon: Take advantage of all the apples in season right now by mixing them into your yogurt with dates, nuts and cinnamon. (via FitSugar)

4. Avocado, Basil, Olive Oil, Lemon, Salt and Pepper: This recipe has you covered nutritionally, with protein from yogurt, fiber and fat from avocado and the power to keep you full all afternoon long. (via La Fuji Mama)

5. Figs and Honey: Use fresh figs (which are in season for just a couple more weeks!) and honey to naturally sweeten plain yogurt. (via Daily Burn)

6. Mandarin Orange, Cranberry and Dark Chocolate: Chocolate-covered oranges are a treat we often forget about but shouldn’t. Get your fix of sweet and tart with the addition of cranberries. (via Peanut Butter and Peppers)

7. Raw Corn, Lime and Agave: Put a Mexican spin on yogurt with this delish dish. It would be great on its own or served up as a dip with tortilla chips. (via Buzzfeed)

8. Chia Seed, Pistachio and Pomegranate: You’ll get ALL the crunch you desire with this yummy superfood combo. (via Bon Appétit)

9. Graham Crackers, Marshmallow Creme and Chocolate: Summer might be over, but you don’t have to give up one of your favorite seasonal desserts with these toppings. (via SF Gate)

10. Pumpkin Butter, Graham Crackers and Pumpkin Seeds: It doesn’t get much more delicious and seasonal than this. After one bite, you’ll want to eat it for breakfast all fall long. (via BuzzFeed)

11. Honey Drizzled Watermelon: Long live watermelon! Pick one up to make this sweet and salty dish with honey and sea salt. (via Couple)

How do you usually eat your Greek yogurt? Let us know below in the comments.