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Lemon Yogurt Supreme

Way back when I posted the recipe for Chocolate Yogurt Supreme, y’all got very excited.  I got lots of notes asking me to make a whole range of yogurts, to spice – as it were – your breakfasts and desserts up.  It’s been a while.  Sorry about that.

I am thrilled to release the second supreme yogurt: Lemon.  Because I do love lemon.  Plus I made this SANE Lemon Curd, and almost immediately my brain exploded with a million uses for it.  This is one of them.  I urge you to get the SANE Lemon Curd recipe down pat, and keep a pot of it in your ‘fridge at all times.  If you like lemon, that is.  If not, well, you wouldn’t want to make this Lemon Yogurt anyway, so we’re good.  Although, I should share that the day after I made this, I took some into the office and offered a spoonful to my colleague-who-doesn’t-like-lemon.  She went nuts over this stuff.  The next day she wore a yellow blouse to work, came into my office and said, “I am wearing this shirt so that it will encourage you to post the recipe for that yummy-lemon-cheesecake-tasting stuff immediately.”

So, maybe, just maybe, even if you don’t like lemon, you’ll want to try this. Lemon Yogurt Supreme | Carrie Brown

If you like lemon, and you’re a busy person, I suggest making a big old batch of this for the week, so you only have to do all the mixin’s once.  Stash in an airtight container in the ‘fridge and you’re good to go for breakfasts or desserts for days.  Hurrah!

PS.  No, I don’t eat my yogurt in a cute little porcelain cup and saucer with a Greek yogurt and lemon zest garnish on a pretty napkin.  I sling it in a glass lidded Pyrex dish and schlep it to the office.  But on high days and holidays you can totally turn this into a fabulous dinner party dessert or special breakfast-in-bed treat in under a minute.  We love that!

Matilda, one of our lovely readers from Australia, has a friend with a lemon tree.  I wish I had a friend with a lemon tree, because I have a suspicion that there is an awful lot of SANE Lemon Curd and Lemon Yogurt Supreme in my future.



Lemon Yogurt Supreme
Author: Carrie Brown |
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  • 1 cup / 8 fl oz. non-fat Greek yogurt
  • 1/2 cup / 4 fl oz. SANE Lemon Curd (see recipe link above)
  • 1 oz. / 28g vanilla whey protein powder
  • 1/4 tsp sea salt
  1. Stir the yogurt and lemon curd together in a bowl until completely mixed.
  2. Add the protein powder and salt and mix well until the protein powder is completely dispersed, and the yogurt is smooth and lump-free.

Lemon Yogurt Supreme | Carrie Brown







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  • BrennanCarrie- I have been following you for several months now- I love your recipes. I am patiently (maybe not so) waiting for the SANE ice cream. They aren’t imbedded someplace that I can’t find them are they?:) keep up the great work. I so appreciate feel good for you foods!ReplyCancel

  • Cowgirl RaeOOOOHHHH! I’ll be making this.ReplyCancel

  • CandyThis is like crack and I’m not even a huge lemon lover. Yummy!ReplyCancel

  • KatlynHi Carrie,
    l love your recipes, this an immediate must try! is there a list of sane foods? yogurt is part of it? I’ve heard so many mixed ideas on dairy…please help! I’m not an egg person so yogurt is huge since not much left to eat for the mornings…definitely lost. Would appreciate the help. Thanks.

    • carrieKatlyn – some diary is SANE. We tend to steer clear of cows milk because it has a lot of sugar. We eat cheese in moderation. We use butter. We use non-fat Greek yogurt and non-fat cottage cheese. We use non-fat versions because they contain more protein than their full-fat counterparts. Quality of yogurt varies widely – be sure to read the labels – look for highest protein, lowest (or no) sugar. Hope that helps!ReplyCancel

  • ClaireYum :-)ReplyCancel

  • ERIKWow. Great recipe, perfect for lemon lovers. Just love it! Thank you.ReplyCancel

  • ShawnaThank you so much for this recipe, Carrie! I mix in 100 g of blackberries & some slivered almonds, my favorite meal of the day! :-)ReplyCancel

  • KathyCarrie, how many servings does this recipe make? I made the lemon curd. OMG! It’s so good. Can’t wait to try some more of your recipes.ReplyCancel