Monday, May 20, 2013

Goats Milk Yogurt With a Twist

I  love finding new ways to use our goat milk. We have been making a lot of yogurt lately and we have been making smoothies, yogurt pops, and tonight ice cream. I found a wonderful recipe online for making honey-lime-vanilla yogurt! I love lime so I knew we had to give it a try.
It was a definite hit and added to my recipe box. 

It is suppose to be hot tomorrow so I also made up some yogurt pops.
One can of crushed  pineapple and one can of tropical fruit.
Put in blender. Add some honey to taste and put the fruit mixture into about a quart of yogurt and mix well. I always taste test at this point to make sure it is sweet enough. I pour the mixture into Dixie cups and place them in freezer on a large baking pan. You can wait an hour and add popsicle sticks or  leave that out and just eat with a spoon. You can also use popsicle molds.   Makes a great healthy treat for the kids when it is hot outside and one of their favorite ways to eat yogurt. I like them because the fruit combinations are limitless. Whatever you have one hand.

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  1. I would love to try that honey lime vanilla yogurt it sounds delicious. B

  2. Oh that looks good. I have yet to get enough cream for making ice cream. We have a house of 7 here, and I need more cream for the amount we'd need. Looks delicious!

    1. Kristina, This recipe I linked up to doesn't use cream it uses just yogurt. That is why I love it! We could never get enough cream for making ice cream with this bunch either.

  3. That sounds really good! Now all I need is a milking goat :)

  4. Oh neat! I don't have any goats, but what a great recipe to have for those that do! Thanks so much for sharing this at From the Farm Blog Hop, Sandra! :)

    ~Kristi @Let This Mind Be in You


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