Recently, I was sent some new items to try from General Mills and the Platefull Co-Op.
I was given a box of Blueberry as well as the Strawberry shown here, but the bambino ate them all before I had a chance to photograph them. I am sucker for anything with struesel (Brown sugar and butter? How could you NOT like that?), but I normally don’t go for fruit fillings (I’m weird, I know). I gave these a try after the bamino (who really is much more adventurous when it comes to eating things, believe it or not) claimed he absolutely LOVED the Blueberry variety. Since he’s generally slow and rather picky when it comes to breakfast, he ate a bar with a glass of milk, and they kept him full until lunch. I chose to take most of the strawberry ones to work, to bridge that gap between breakfast and lunch. They indeed kept my hunger at bay, which is impressive, to me anyway.
But I also thought I’d give a healthier dessert a try–AKA a #StreuselHack,
It took less than 10 minutes to make this delicious treat! Place the yogurt into the bowl of an ice cream maker. Process according to the manufacturer's directions. Cut the Fiber One bar into 8-10 pieces. When the yogurt is at soft-serve stage, fold in the pieces of the bar.
And obviously, you could double/triple/quadruple this to suit however many other people in your home might enjoy this. As I like cake pieces in my ice cream/fro-yo, I thought this was great! If you want other ideas, you can visit the Fiber One website for inspiration.
Place the yogurt into the bowl of an ice cream maker. Process according to the manufacturer's directions.
Cut the Fiber One bar into 8-10 pieces. When the yogurt is at soft-serve stage, fold in the pieces of the bar.
DISCLOSURE: The information and products were provided to me by General Mills through the Platefull Co-Op.