Mike loves greek yogurt. So when we were shopping in Costco he decided to pick up a big container of Fage Greek Yogurt. However, it is unflavored and tart. So I decided, since he likes the individual yogurts with fruit in them, I could just make a fruit topping for this seemingly tasteless yogurt. Let’s just say this is now the 6th containter I’ve purchased. Recipe success.
Here’s the line up
Ignore the red wine. That was for me…and had nothing to do with the making of this breakfast.
Rinse your berries and chop the strawberries up. You don’t want to chop too small because all the fruit will shrink as it simmers.
Put them in the pot on low-medium heat.
Add about that much water. A juice cups worth. And 2 tablespoons of the Agave syrup. This will create a sweet liquid that is delicious!
Let it cook away about 15 minutes…
It will start to resemble a fruity soup. This is seriously so yummy, either on yogurt, ice cream, waffles with fresh whipped cream, on its own, the possibilities are endless..
Here’s how we eat it. Just a big scoop of yogurt, and a healthy serving of the fruit topping. And you’ll notice I said “WE”. Because this made me a yogurt eater! And at 23 grams of protein in a single cup of this stuff, it should keep a normal person full for 2 weeks. I usually need a snack 15 minutes later, but that’s besides the point.
Chop, Simmer and enjoy.