Recipe by JLUEN
"Fat free and easy yogurt glaze. It's surprisingly good. Use lemon juice or vanilla for flavoring."
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1 1/2 cups
plain nonfat yogurt
it tastes like well....yogurt
I used this recipe to coat dog biscuits in. I was reluctant about using it because of the sugar but I couldn't find any other recipe online so I gave in. It tastes fine, but I had to freeze the cookies to get the icing to form at all, and when I took them out to wrap them to give to people, the yogurt melted inside the plastic and ruined the look of them. I ended up throwing most of them away because I was embarrassed to give them out based on their appearence. I won't use this recipe again.
This was really tasty but I served it on the side at a staff meeting and encouraged people to dip their BLUEBERRY CREAM MUFFINS BY KK3 in it since it's runny. I will definatelty make this again but I might add a enough powdered surger to give it more body.
Used vanilla Greek yogurt and drizzled over Carrot and Raisin Bars from this site. The vanilla yogurt brought a nice sweetness to the glaze. Very nice non-sugar glaze, my husband said 5 stars.
Only used 1/2 cup fruit yogurt and brown sugar and it was the perfect glaze for a yogurt cake for my mom's birthday!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Serving Size: 1/24 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 24
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: < 1
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