As a family of Yogurt lovers we always have a big stash in the fridge to either have as a snack, dessert or to cook with. When shopping nowadays there are a vast array of yoghurts on the shelves. I have tried numerous over the years like I’m sure we all have. Today I’m bringing to the table a selection of Rachel’s Organic produce. Rachel’s Organics have a really impressive selection in most Supermarkets at the minute including
- Waitrose etc
I have used my Rachel Organics products in some fabulous recipes. You can find more here I have really enjoyed putting these together and as we are a very busy family I have picked recipes that are simple and relatively quick and easy to make.
Rachel Organics Frozen Blueberry Yogurt Ice Lollies
These are one of my favourites from the items that we made. They are so easy to make and my children absolutely love them. A great item to make in advance and use for a treat in the afternoon or after a meal. Plus they are fat-free and bursting with fruit, so a great item for anybody who may have a fussy eater. You could add different fruits into the blend of this recipe, giving you many more options. To follow the Recipe click here
If you ever wanted a tasty recipe that is so quick to make and very versatile then this is it. Great for the summer months in a wrap, roll or alongside a salad. But also a great addition to any lunchbox. It’s such an easy recipe to make and very easily bulk made. Meaning if you have any parties or summer BBQ’s coming up this would be a perfect dish to serve. I had mine in a Pitta filled with lettuce, it was a very filling meal and one I can’t wait to try again. If you like things a little bit spicier you can, of course, add more until you get the desired level of spice required. I didn’t add the Sultanas or the Sliced Almonds, showing you can play around with the Rachel’s Organic recipes without losing out on taste. To follow her recipe click here
Rachel’s Organic Apricot and White Chocolate Rice Krispie Squares
These were probably one of the biggest hits in my house and again super easy to make. Really good for a kids party, after school snacks or just to store ready to curb a sweet tooth. I found the balance in these to be just perfect, they weren’t sickly sweet which I can find with some White Chocolate recipes. I had my boys help me mix these as well so a great idea for baking afternoons with the little ones. They didn’t need to long to set either, but that didn’t stop us having a sneaky try before they were ready. To see the full list of ingredients and how to make click here
I absolutely love Churros and I’m always drawn to the when our Christmas market comes to town. So this was a no-brainer for me to try. Making the mixture was super easy, squeezing the mixture into the pot not so much. I will say tho that they taste absolutely amazing even if they look a tad odd. A perfect addition to any party or for an afternoon or movie night treat, we dipped ours in yogurt and Nutella yum. Very moreish and I did have to ask the husbot to take the plate away at one stage. To give these a try yourself just click here.
Rachel’s Organic Keeping it Simple
I’m all for the simple things in life as well as the more adventurous so this is a perfect bowl for me. Simply add your yogurt flavour of choice, either add a topping or have on its own. I added some nutty granola for a bit of nutty crunch and it was delicious.
There are so many ways that you can play around with these yogurts, butter and milks. I for one am now a massive fan. There is no scrimping on taste and I have thoroughly enjoyed prepping the foods and well as eating them. I will definitely be trying all these again especially the Lollies as they were a massive hit with my smalls.I do love having a plainer yogurt some mornings for breakfast especially on gym days so I will, of course, continue with having the yogurt on its own as well. If you want to check out the Rachel’s Organic website please click here
I hope you guys have enjoyed my post today. Have you tried Rachel’s Organics and if so whats your favourite flavour?