For lots of people, dessert is the very best part of any dish. But even in these health-conscious times, it’s still possible to please a sweet tooth with quick and simple confections. All it takes is some yogurt and fresh-cut fruit.
Yogurt is a great way to get vitamins, calcium and other nutrients in a smooth, velvety treat. It’s likewise an excellent accompaniment to fruit, matching the natural sugars of pineapple or orange with a touch of tartness.
One yogurt item that’s best with fruit is Litehouse Yogurt Fruit Dip. It can be found in 3 popular tastes: Vanilla (with natural taste), Chocolate (made with actual Hershey’s chocolate) and Strawberry (made with genuine strawberries). These delicious cooled dips are low in fat and consist of no preservatives. They can be enjoyed throughout the day or in these simple dessert ideas that integrate a variety of fresh seasonal fruit.
• • Cookie Pizzas: Set out packaged or homemade sugar cookies, chocolate, vanilla and strawberry Litehouse Yogurt Fruit Dips and bowls of your preferred fresh fruit, such as bananas, peaches, strawberries, blueberries, raspberries, kiwi, pineapple and grapes. Ask friend or family to top a cookie with the yogurt dip, then any combination of fruits for a one of a kind dessert pizza.
• • Berry Wonderful Cake: Drizzle pieces of pound or angel food cake with strawberry Litehouse Yogurt Fruit Dip and leading with fresh strawberries, blueberries and/or blackberries.
• • Fruit on a Stick: Thread chunks of fresh fruit on wooden skewers, rotating colors, structures and flavors of the fruit. Serve with any taste Litehouse Yogurt Fruit Dip. For a modification of rate, attempt barbecuing fruit such as pineapple pieces, peaches or mango before serving.
One yogurt item that’s perfect with fruit is Litehouse Yogurt Fruit Dip. • Cookie Pizzas: Set out packaged or homemade sugar cookies, strawberry, vanilla and chocolate Litehouse Yogurt Fruit Dips and bowls of your favorite fresh fruit, such as bananas, peaches, strawberries, blueberries, raspberries, kiwi, pineapple and grapes. • Fruit on a Stick: Thread pieces of fresh fruit on wooden skewers, rotating colors, structures and tastes of the fruit.