Get all French and fancy with your breakfast! Thus yogurt creme brulee tastes like dessert but is actually totally wholesome.
There is something very satisfying about whipping out your mini blowtorch before you’ve had your morning coffee.
Satisfying and dangerous, now that I think about it. Should I be trusted to do anything before coffee? Doubtful.
But…if I can do it, you can do it.
REALLY. I believe in you.
Greek yogurt is my breakfast go-to on a regular basis. It’s easy, it’s quick, it’s high in protein, and you can pretty much adapt it to whatever flavors you’re craving.
But sometimes it tastes a little bit…too good. Too wholesome. Too playing-by-the-rules.
Those days you have to dare to be different. Throw a thin even layer of sugar on top of your yogurt bowl and torch it to melty caramelized sugar bliss.
And if that doesn’t sound like heaven to you, we might have to reassess our best friend-ship. Really.
Lately the Greek yogurt I’ve been reaching for to fill my breakfast needs is one from the Chobani Oats line. With 10 grams of protein and 10 grams of whole grains in every container, they are such an easy and convenient way to make sure I’m starting off my morning with the right kind of fuel. Not to mention, they just came out with two new fabulous flavors – Raisin Brown Sugar and Peach – that I can’t get enough of. However, I’ve yet to meet a Chobani flavor that I didn’t love especially since, no matter the variety, each and every cup of Chobani Greek Yogurt is made with fresh milk from cows not treated with rBST and proudly contains no artificial sweeteners, preservatives or flavors. It’s America’s #1 Greek yogurt brand for a reason!
I like to stir a little bit of extra fruit into my creme brulees because that’s just how I roll, especially since I feel like I’m going to blink and it will all of a sudden be out of season, but you should go wherever your heart takes you on this.
Or you could just creme brulee as is. No one would blame you.
- 1 (5.3-6 oz) container Greek yogurt
- a few slices of fruit of your choice
- ½ tbsp sugar
- Combine the Greek yogurt and fruit in a ramekin. Sprinkle with the sugar. Heat with a blowtorch until the sugar is melted and caramelized.
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