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Americans bought 50 percent more Greek yogurt in 2012 than they did in 2011, to the tune of $1.6 million. A staple of the Mediterranean kitchen, rich and creamy strained yogurt has taken over supermarket shelves here. Greek yogurt is calciumrich, full of healthy probiotics, and arguably healthier than traditional yogurt, boasting Double the protein Half the carbohydrates L Americans bought 50 percent more Greek yogurt in 2012 than they did in 2011, to the tune of $1.6 million. A staple of the Mediterranean kitchen, rich and creamy strained yogurt has taken over supermarket shelves here. Greek yogurt is calciumrich, full of healthy probiotics, and arguably healthier than traditional yogurt, boasting Double the protein Half the carbohydrates Less lactose, and Less salt Great on its own, Greek yogurt really shows its versatility in cooking, as it won t curdle like traditional yogurt. In this handy cookbook, learn how to make healthier comfort foods, such as Macaroni and Cheese, Seafood Chowder, and Greek Yogurt Chocolate Mousse. Here, too, are tips and advice on substituting Greek yogurt for sour cream, mayonnaise, or cream cheese in favorite family dishes, as well as ways to make these recipes your own.


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Americans bought 50 percent more Greek yogurt in 2012 than they did in 2011, to the tune of $1.6 million. A staple of the Mediterranean kitchen, rich and creamy strained yogurt has taken over supermarket shelves here. Greek yogurt is calciumrich, full of healthy probiotics, and arguably healthier than traditional yogurt, boasting Double the protein Half the carbohydrates L Americans bought 50 percent more Greek yogurt in 2012 than they did in 2011, to the tune of $1.6 million. A staple of the Mediterranean kitchen, rich and creamy strained yogurt has taken over supermarket shelves here. Greek yogurt is calciumrich, full of healthy probiotics, and arguably healthier than traditional yogurt, boasting Double the protein Half the carbohydrates Less lactose, and Less salt Great on its own, Greek yogurt really shows its versatility in cooking, as it won t curdle like traditional yogurt. In this handy cookbook, learn how to make healthier comfort foods, such as Macaroni and Cheese, Seafood Chowder, and Greek Yogurt Chocolate Mousse. Here, too, are tips and advice on substituting Greek yogurt for sour cream, mayonnaise, or cream cheese in favorite family dishes, as well as ways to make these recipes your own.

30 review for Cooking with Greek Yogurt: Healthy Recipes for Buffalo Blue Cheese Chicken, Greek Yogurt Pancakes, Mint Julep Smoothies, and More

  1. 4 out of 5

    Lydia

    If you’re anything like me, you made a New Year’s resolution to eat better. One of my personal goals is to eat more real, whole foods. I could eat frozen diet meals for lunch everyday, hate it, lose some weight, but feel gross. I’d much rather eat real food that tastes great and is good for me without all the chemicals. In preparation for this goal, I bought some cookbooks. One of my very favorites is this one – Cooking with Greek Yogurt by Cassie Johnston. Cassie authors a popular healthy living If you’re anything like me, you made a New Year’s resolution to eat better. One of my personal goals is to eat more real, whole foods. I could eat frozen diet meals for lunch everyday, hate it, lose some weight, but feel gross. I’d much rather eat real food that tastes great and is good for me without all the chemicals. In preparation for this goal, I bought some cookbooks. One of my very favorites is this one – Cooking with Greek Yogurt by Cassie Johnston. Cassie authors a popular healthy living blog, Back to Her Roots, where she encourages readers to make healthier choices about food, activities, and life by going back to our roots. I used to have a hate/tolerate relationship with yogurt. I knew I needed to eat it for the probiotic benefits and as a healthier source of dairy, but I hated the texture and taste. Then, I discovered Greek yogurt. Now, I have a love relationship. I love the thickness, I love the creaminess. I love the taste. With the help of this cookbook, I’m slowly learning to move beyond the container of yogurt as a lunch side dish. I’m learning new ways to use Greek yogurt in recipes and as a substitute for higher fat/calorie ingredients. There is a great section on this in the cookbook. Did you know you can substitute Greek yogurt for oil or even butter in recipes? Now, anyone who knows me knows that I am not a very good cook. My husband teases me because I didn’t know how to boil an egg until he showed me. Really. I am trying to learn to be a better cook, though! This cookbook is helping me. It is visually engaging (seriously, it’s absolutely beautiful – no surprise since the author is also a graphic designer). It’s full of real recipes that anyone can make. The author does a great job of making things simple without sacrificing amazing results. The recipes are real food and meals that can be made during the week for dinner. No mile-long list of ingredients and crazy cooking techniques. In maybe the biggest testament of usefulness, when I throw out meal ideas to my husband from this cookbook, he doesn’t wrinkle his nose at it!

  2. 5 out of 5

    egellston

    Nice little book. It kind of reminds me of the "Eat This, Not That" series. It is about the same size with excellent graphics that are similar to the ones in that series. Although the title is "Cooking with Greek Yogurt" yogurt is not the star of the show in most of the recipes. Rather it usually is a supporting character. All in all the recipes are well written and interesting. Nice little book. It kind of reminds me of the "Eat This, Not That" series. It is about the same size with excellent graphics that are similar to the ones in that series. Although the title is "Cooking with Greek Yogurt" yogurt is not the star of the show in most of the recipes. Rather it usually is a supporting character. All in all the recipes are well written and interesting.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Rebecca

    Found this lovely little book at the Library and I amvery excited to try all of these recipies. I also enjoyed the ideas and exact measuredments for substituting greek yogurt versus unhealthier choices.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Casey

    lots of great, simple protein full recipes!

  5. 5 out of 5

    smalltownbookmom

    Some really good recipes in here - from breakfasts, dips, main dishes and desserts. Can't wait to try a bunch :) Some really good recipes in here - from breakfasts, dips, main dishes and desserts. Can't wait to try a bunch :)

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