Wed 22 Jul 2009
*stage whisper* (Yes, I know that the name’s not really a Warcraft ability, but it’s so perfect! Shhh, don’t tell Pix!)
Sometimes getting into the habit of having healthy snacks (such as fruit) is hard, since you can get used to super sugary snacks from a box and in comparison, the natural sugars of fruit might seem a little lackluster. Sometimes you just like to dip your fruit in something sweet! Or perhaps you just wonder what honey yogurt dip might taste like – if any of the above applies to you, read on!
I’ve never had Greek yogurt before, but I’ve seen several “sweet” recipes call for it, since Greek yogurt is supposed to be sweeter than regular yogurt. I was a little worried about finding it in a store here in this small town, but I did manage to find these individual size yogurt cups, so I bet no matter where you live, you can find some as well.
The quantity I will indicate would be appropriate for an individual serving, however it’s no trick to double or triple this to accommodate more people.
Honey Spiced Lichen Dip
- 4 oz. Greek yogurt
- 6 tsp. honey (local is best!)
- cinnamon to taste
Combine yogurt and honey thoroughly then add cinnamon to taste. Be sure to add a little cinnamon at a time, since too much can easily overpower the honey, which I think is really the star of the dip. Serve with whichever fruit pleases you – I thought the grapes went especially well with this dip.
Source: Annie’s Eats