Weeknight Cooking in a Messy Kitchen: Snack Attack Edition!
I know I said I was on a bit of a blogging break, but something about tethering myself to my study books makes me want to do EVERYTHING ELSE EVER. So I present to you the weekday snack edition of Weeknight Cooking in a Messy Kitchen.
There are many reasons why I like this snack. It’s healthy. It’s easy. And it’s addicting. I’m not always a healthy eater but I AM always lazy, so that’s why this is so perfect.
1.) Start with plain yogurt. Just plain ol’ yogurt.
None of that artificial vanilla stuff, straight-up real-deal yogurt.
(Damn right, I buy the cheap stuff.)
Scoop it into a bowl, as much as you want.
2.) Throw on some lovely fresh blueberries.
If you’re feeling exotic, other berries would be good too.
But, like I said, I’m lazy. Blueberries are good.
3.) Toss some nuts on there.
(That’s what she said?)
I like almonds so I use almonds.
I tried it with walnuts, though, and that’s equally delicious.
Maybe add some sunflower seeds if you got ’em.
That would look pretty.
4.) Drizzle good honey on it.
Honey from a bear bottle will work,
but my mother in law gave us some fancy pants wildflower honey that I’ve been using.
I can tell the difference and the difference is good.
It’s like a flat yogurt parfait except way more delicious.
You could probably throw granola into the mix, but I’m plum out of that so I said screw it.
Yogurt is such a fun palate to play with, so do as you wish.
The honey makes or breaks it, though, for realz.
It adds a sweetness to the tangy yogurt that is simply addicting.