- Apple Cider Pound Cake
- Hot Fruity Porridge with Yoghurt
- Greek Yoghurt with Honey (TOTAL do a Greek Yogurt with honey individual pot)
- Greek Yoghurt with fresh fruit and muesli
- Greek Yoghurt with whey protein, frozen fruit and flaked almonds
So the yoghurt has mostly featured in breakfasts, which is a turnaround from where I was a couple of years ago. I'd see things like the Weetabix advert that suggested using yoghurt in breakfast and my reaction would be that it'd be horrible because of the tangyness. I've had quite a change of heart since then and incorporated it into non-cycling day breakfasts (with whey protein, fruit and flaked nuts - it's sweet, tangy and lovely) and when I do cycle in, it's part of my second breakfast when I get to the office (with fresh fruit and crunchy museli - helps refuel after a 15km thrash on the bike).
With cooking, I've often found that yoghurt splits with certain cooking methods and when mixed with certain ingredients. Greek yoghurt, due to the way it's made, suffers far less from that even a much lower fat contents than normal plain yoghurt. I've also found that compared with supermarket branded "Greek style" yoghurts, that TOTAL does perform better in cooking and has less of a grainy texture than some others - it's much creamier and smoother textured.
More recipes to come, methinks... we're almost through the 0%, made inroads into the 10% (full fat) and already scoffed the ones with honey. There's all of the 2% left and half of the full fat to go, so curries are coming and maybe some more sweet things too.