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Wellness Wednesday: How to Make Naturally Sweetened Greek Yogurt (zero sugar added)!(Image: https://www.foodiesfeed.com/page/1/1200) Oh hi guys! Welcome to your regularly planned Wellness Wednesday post! Today's how-to was motivated by me wanting to trim out excess sugar in my diet a couple of years back again. First, I began reading the dietary brands on everything I ate. Works out that nearly 15+ grams of sugars were coming from my morning or evening greek yogurt treat. Yep, it's true! Did you know a lot of the fruit-based greek yogurts on the market add cane sugars and/or syrup to sweeten the yogurt? That's so unnecessary, not think? After all I'll admit I love a sweet evening snack but when realized JUST HOW MUCH glucose they really added I used to be disturbed. Surely I could find yet another way to enjoy greek yogurt without spoonfuls of added sugars, right? First I started experimenting by just eating plain greek yogurt, but it was much too tart for me. I couldn't actually eat more than 1/4 of a cup without attempting to throw it apart. The yogurt required something else in there to create it more desirable. I stumbled upon building my own naturally sweetened yogurt once i was preparing my meals for the week. I added a cup of greek yogurt plus some really ripe, juicy strawberries in a pot and positioned it within the fridge. The next day when I was prepared for a treat, I pointed out that the fresh strawberry juice acquired mixed with some of the liquidy whey goodness sitting on top. I stirred it into the yogurt and was amazed by how delicious and fresh it tasted. I started accomplishing this over and over with different kind of fruit such as for example raspberries, blueberries, mango, cherries, and blackberries. Finally I then found out the perfect solution to achieving a normally sweetened yogurt and wished to talk about it with everyone! I absolutely think it’s great because I mix up several in the very beginning of the week and keep these things to pull out of the fridge anytime. It's significantly less expensive then purchasing the containers and you can blend and match tastes. STEP 1 1: Begin by adding 1/2 cup of ordinary greek yogurt to some mason jar or perhaps a container. Step two 2: Put 1/4 glass of your preferred fruit on top. Make sure the fruit is nicely cut or smashed. This allows for their organic juices and sugar to release and mix in with the yogurt. The best fruit to use is definitely ripe, organic berries. I also like tossing my berries with 1/4 teaspoon of organic vanilla extract to improve the flavor. Trust me, it's good! STEP 3 3: Coating another 1/2 cup of greek yogurt at the top, then put another 1/4 glass of smashed/chopped fruit. Step 4: Cover and place within the fridge overnight at least 12 hours. When prepared to eat, supply the yogurt a good stir to incorporate the fresh fruit juices. Then I suggest sprinkling it with chia seeds or stirring in almond flour avocado banana bread butter. I usually make about 2-3 of these on a Sunday night to take pleasure from throughout the week. They are wonderful and FILLING. Let me understand if you try out this method out. I didn't consist of nutritional info on this one but typically 1 glass of basic greek yogurt is equivalent to about 130 calories and 20g of protein. A 1/2 glass of berries is about 40 calories.(Image: http://4.bp.blogspot.com/-7Iaz9WJ9VkY/UDvpKcMShSI/AAAAAAAABg0/EKrHnjzQkoY/s1600/070+chai+spice+banana+bread.jpg) I'd love to hear what your favorite way to take pleasure from yogurt is! To keep up to date with posts and in back of the scenes info, follow AK: Mary Elizabeth