To make this particular yogurt cup I layered about 1/2 cup of plain, whole-milk yogurt with a spoonful of berry jam, a handful of blueberries, a drizzle of honey, and a few walnuts. It made for delicious eating — I dug the spoon down to the bottom and it came up with a bite of everything. Sweet jam, tangy blueberries, and tart yogurt.
These can be so much better than over-processed yogurt cups. In fact, you don't even need jam; just cut up a fresh, perfectly ripe peach, and dump some yogurt and honey on top.
Here are some more mix-in ideas:
You can use spices, nuts, granola, any kind of fruit. While I love Liberté yogurt cups, homemade ones might replace them soon. (I might have to get some lemon curd to recreate my favorite flavor!)making yogurt at home (so easy!), I'm inspired to try!
Do you often eat yogurt for lunch? Do you make your own yogurt cups?
(Images: Faith Durand)