Sometimes we all just need a break from the normal routine. You may put on a brighter shirt or say and do things you wouldn’t have done yesterday. I personally like to allow myself an extra treat.
One way I do that is by adding a little flavor to my life. I like to start my day off with yogurt; and Silk now offers a Dairy-Free Yogurt Alternative! The perfect way to add some flavor to my Silk Dairy Free Yogurt is to dress it up with some tasty toppings.
Introducing #TopItTuesday – don’t you think Tuesday is the perfect day of the week that could use a little bit more love? I do! So, I am sharing some of my favorite yogurt toppings that can make your morning or snack time more exciting.
First up, is fruit. Fruit is a great option to top yogurt with. You can use fresh, frozen, dried, or even canned. If I use frozen, I make sure to thaw it first.
Next thing I love to use is nuts. This can be any kind you like! I do include coconut in this category. I like to toast it and keep it on hand just to top my yogurt with.
Last is cereal, any cereal that you like to eat works. I love to use a granola. It is my favorite and any kind will do.
You don’t have to use just one of these listed. Any combination of the above is even better.
Now, I wanted to share my favorite ways to top my cup of Silk Dairy-Free Yogurt.
Vanilla – I call this the red, white, and blue. Top this yogurt with fresh strawberries and blueberries.
Tropical Pineapple – I pump up the flavor here by topping it with canned pineapple and toasted coconut.
Peach & Mango – diced peaches along with sliced almonds are tasty to top this flavor with.
Strawberry – grab some granola and dice some banana to add to this fruity flavor.
Silk Dairy-Free yogurt is also available in black cherry and blueberry flavors. I also love that their yogurt contains 6 grams of plant-powered protein per serving along with being an excellent source of calcium and vitamin D. It has no cholesterol, dairy, lactose, gluten, carrageenan or casein.
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