Tuesday, July 21, 2009

Plain yogurt is tasty?

Well, it can be good with a few add-ins. In my ever widening search for a before-bed snack that's GF, not too high calorie, somewhat healthy, satisfying and tasty, I've been eating plain Stonyfield Organic Low-Fat Yogurt and putting stuff in it.

I eat about a cup of it and I've been mixing in about a tablespoon of raw honey, which is supposed to have all kinds of happy things in it for your digestive system. I figure after the years of gluten-abuse, my digestive system needs all the help it can get. Between the cultures in the yogurt and the benefits of whatever is in the honey - I'm still not clear on how it's helpful, but it's delicious, I figure this is a good treat!

2 comments:

Monkey Momma said...

I can't do yogurt because of my dairy/soy allergy, but back when I could...I would throw in a handful of blueberries for all those antioxidants. Destroy all those free radicals along with the yummy honey!

JLR said...

I haven't had a chance to read all your posts to see if you've mentioned this, but have you seen the fage 0% yogurt? It's gluten free. A cup of it only has 120 calories. I add agave nectar to mine (2 tbsp per cup), but I think that honey would do just as well. I'm not a big yogurt fan, but this I love.