Thursday 10 January 2013

Healthy Yoghurt, Mango and Kiwi Breakfast sundae

Low in calories, healthy and delicious mango and kiwi folded into delicious creamy low fat yoghurt and garnished with toasted almond flakes.


1 tub of  Chobani low fat yoghurt any fruit flavour (Peach)
1 teaspoon  New Zealand Honey
1 mango
2 kiwi
1 tablespoon toasted flaked almonds
1 tablespoon chocolate covered cereal or raisins


1. Peel the mango and cut in half.Remove the stone and dice it.
2.Peel the kiwi and cut into half length ways.Remove the white core in the center and slice it.
3. Add honey to the yoghurt and mix.
4. Take two serving glasses and spoon some of the mango and kiwi into it.
5. Dollop a generous amount of yoghurt on top of the fruit .
6. Add some more mango and kiwi.
7. Sprinkle some toasted almonds and the chocolate cereal over the top and serve immediately.

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  1. I have become a fan of flavored yogurt. I am sure they would taste awesome with fruits added to them.

  2. hi nice to visit your space...gud collectn of recipes

  3. I am a big fan of yoghurt and am always trying to find new ways of eating it- i will definitely trying it!

  4. There is something about freshly prepared fruit and presentation first thing on a Sunday morning, always makes me smile.....

  5. this looks so great and it is healthy :)

  6. what a great summery recipe,will be trying this out on the family tommorrow

  7. Really nice breakfast recipe - thank you!


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