Traditionally in Greece yogurt is served with fruits, nuts and honey. It is characterized above all by its exceptionally creamy consistency. The unique manufacturing process for yogurt takes longer and four times as much milk is required to make it. In addition, the water loss is higher than with regular yogurt: this makes it richer in protein. Greek yoghurt is also lower in carbohydrates but higher in fat than regular yoghurt.
- Dish: Breakfast, dessert, snack between meals
- Properties: High energy, vegetarian
- Complaints: Loss of appetite, unwanted weight loss, the feeling of fullness
- working hours: 5 minutes
- Cooking / baking time: 5 minutes
- Total time: 10 minutes
- Servings: 1 serving
- 100 g yogurt 10% fat
- 100 g cream
- 40 g walnuts, finely grated if necessary, if chewing or swallowing is difficult
- 1 tbsp honey
- Break or chop walnuts into smaller pieces.
- Put the yogurt in a bowl and mix with the cream.
- Spread a thin layer of liquid honey on top and sprinkle the nuts on top.
Tip: Try fresh seasonal fruits with it. If you don’t like walnuts, try other nuts, such as hazelnuts or almonds.
Nutritional Information (Per Serving)
- Portion: 260 g | Calories: 756 kcal | Carbohydrates: 21 g | Protein: 11.9 g | Fat: 70 g | Dietary fiber: 2 g
- The recommended amount of pancreatic enzymes per serving: 140,000 IU
- Contains 5-a-day servings of fruit per serving: approx. 1 (nuts)
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