Goat’s Milk Yogurt Fruit on the Bottom

photo (65)It’s pantry week at our house. Hubby gets paid this week and so we eat whatever is in the house until I shop again.  My 5 year old son has literally asked me for food every hour on the hour today.  With not too much to choose from it has been pretty annoying.  However, I did have organic blueberries in the freezer, honey and vanilla goat milk yogurt.  I used to eat the heck out of Dannon Fruit on the Bottom yogurt when I was a kid.  I had an epiphany! We can have our own healthy cow’s milk-free, refined sugar free version of that yogurt and for much less than we would pay at the store (about $1.79 per tiny yogurt)!  You could use any kind of vanilla yogurt that suits you or your own food allergy.  Here’s what I did~

Goat Milk Yogurt with fruit puree (Fruit on the bottom) and granola

1/2 C Vanilla Goat Milk Yogurt

Blueberries (I used 1.5 C)

Honey (I used 2 TBSP)

Sea Salt (I used 1 turn in my salt mill)

Water

Granola (optional)

Strained Organic Blueberries

Strained Organic Blueberries

Strain blueberries, they don’t need to be completely free of water.

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Puree blueberries with honey, salt and a little bit of water to make it a slight syrup consistency.

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Mix into vanilla goat’s milk yogurt and enjoy!photo (64) Or top with granola first, then enjoy!

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