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Fruit on the Bottom Yogurt Recipe
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Want to ditch the sugar, but not the berry delicious convenience of fruit on the bottom yogurt? Check out this very simple recipe to create your own favorite flavors! Yields 6 eight ounce yogurt cup portions. *This is a very simple recipe that you can alter with your own favorite sweeteners and fruits or fruit syrups.
Recipe type: Appetizers & Snacks
Serves: 6 servings
  • 1 large carton Fat Free Plain Greek Yogurt (I use the 32 oz. Kirklands brand from Costco)
  • 2 tsp. vanilla extract, optional
  • 3 packets stevia or your favorite sweetener blend to taste
  • almond milk (FP) or half & half, or heavy cream (S) to thin yogurt to tasteFruit Layer
  • 1 cup fruit or berries of your choice, sliced or slightly mashed. (You can even use different fruit in each cup if you choose!)
  • additional stevia or sweetener of your choice
  • 1 Tablespoon water
  • gluccie, optional thickener
  • pinch of salt, optional
  1. Stir & mash your friut or berries with sweetener of your choice until nicely dissolved. If your fruit is on the dry side, add a little water to thin it down, and a small pinch of glucomannan sprinkled over the top to get a nice loose jelly consistency. Taste to test sweetness and flavor.
  2. If you're making all one flavor for your cups, then I do the above step in a bowl. If you are making different flavors for each cup, then you can do this step right in the bottom of the containers. Just taste test for a nice sweetness & consistency.
  3. Add 2 heaping tablespoons of fruit mixture to the bottom of six 8 oz. containers.
  4. Stir vanilla and sweetener packets into yogurt. Taste and adjust the flavors to your liking.
  5. Spoon yogurt over the fruit. If you want them to be very separated, you can freeze the fruit in the jar prior to adding yogurt. But I just dollop it in.
  6. Cover & store in the fridge for up to a week.
  7. Stir in your fruit when you're ready to enjoy!
I consider these to be FP snacks because the amount of fruit is so small per serving.
Move this into a healthy carb fuel treat by serving with an additional piece of fruit or sprouted toast, or a sandwich on sprouted bread.
For a richer treat, add ¼ of cream to your yogurt blend to create an S treat.

You may use the berry syrup or peach syrup for this recipe if you have it on hand!
Nutrition Information
Serving size: 8 oz Fat: 0 Carbohydrates: 12 (net)
Recipe by Gwen's Nest at https://gwens-nest.com/fruit-bottom-yogurt-recipe/