Look at these delightful brownies made with EasiYo yoghurt! YUM!! This delicious recipe was shared by Melissa Windsor in a cooking group I am in on Facebook.
150g Butter, chopped
300g nestle dark Choc melts
1 cup brown sugar
1/2 cup caster sugar
1 tsp vanilla extract
3/4 cup plain flour
3/4 cup nestle dark Choc chunks
1/2 cup EasiYo Greek yoghurt
1/2 cup hazelnuts, roughly chopped
Preheat oven to 160 degrees fan forced. Grease and line slice tray.
Melt butter and Choc melts, then set aside to cool slightly.
Stir in sugars, eggs and extract then flour, Choc chunks, yoghurt and nuts.
Spread mixture into pan.
Bake brownies for 40 minutes. Cover pan with foil then bake a further 20 minutes.
Cool in pan.
This recipe was shared on Facebook by Cass Hopping. It sounds delicious and I look forward to trying it for myself!
She did not give measurements for her spices so just use what you feel would be nice for your own tastes 🙂
Mix yoghurt with Garam Masala, Tumeric, ground chilli, salt and pepper. Leave to marinate for some time then grill away on the BBQ. YUM!
I have been dreaming of this bowl of YUM since last night! I have used @easiyo_yogurt sweetened Greek style yoghurt with some chopped sliced # prunes # apricot and # blueberries DELICIOUS!! # chia
The perfect fuel to finish off my day.
This is a fantastic combination. This was my lunch today, I am busy doing an assignment and felt my energy start to wane from hunger but now my body is fuelled and ready to go again.
DELICIOUS !!! I have used the Mango & Coconut Bits yoghurt with some fresh Strawberries, Blueberries and a sachet of Kellogg’s breakfast toppers.
Winner winner chick…. ah Yoghurt dinner lol
#EasyAsEasiYo Can’t get any easier than EasiYo to make homemade yoghurt! Image from EasiYo ❤
The kids and I are SO EXCITED that Social Soup chose us amongst many other families to trial and review the EasiYo system to make real, fresh yoghurt in our own home.
I have used EasiYo before, it’s luscious seriously! it’s a pot set yoghurt and is everything as good as what you would buy in the fridge section in stores.
I love the great range of flavours and their website has a great number of interesting recipes to mix it up. No more eating yoghurt from the tub here, I’m gonna get FREAKY 😛
The very first recipe i’m going to make is Ambrosia – *Sighs* I love that stuff. I’ll be sure to upload photos here when i’ve made it.
He’s super excited that mama was able to buy a pile of other flavours too. BUT he wants the Strawberry one first so that’s happily sitting and thickening for our breaky tomorrow
He’s super excited that mama was able to buy a pile of other flavours too. BUT he wants the Strawberry one first so that’s happily sitting and thickening for our brekky tomorrow.
Mr Ishaq was our shaker man getting the yummy Strawberry yoghurt ready to go!
Here Ishaq is putting it in it’s container (no hot water, purely for photo reasons)
And Mr Elias putting the lid on (no hot water yet lol) mama is a helicopter parent hehe
So now we wait !!
Leave it for 8-12 hours and you’ll have thick yoghurt. #EasyAsEasiYo