Have you ever taken a cooking class with your child? How about a three year old? Let me tell you it’s a pretty funny experience and totally worthwhile. We recently went to a Chobani for Champions event where we learned how to incorporate yogurt into our recipes. I’m used to doing it for baking, but in a main dish I was at a loss.
Introducing, Very Berry Yogurt Chicken! It’s a sweet dish that is family friendly. I knew it would be a winner when it included two of the kids favorite snacks~ cucumbers and avocado. Plus yogurt is involved which is Madison’s favorite food lately…she couldn’t get enough of it!
Here are the instructions for the Very Berry Yogurt. Don’t miss your chance to win an amazing package of yogurts from Chobani at the bottom of this post!
2 chicken breasts
2 cups of Very Berry Chobani Greek Yogurt
1 English cucumber
8 leaves of basil
1/2 cup raspberries
1 tablespoon canola oil
Heat oil in a large skillet on medium heat. Add chicken to pan once hot. Cook until nearly cooked through.
Add cucumber to skillet, cook for 4 minutes. Add raspberries (which sadly I didn’t have on hand at home.)
Add avocado at the end so it doesn’t turn brown, then the basil. Lastly, add in the second cup of yogurt so it’s slightly creamy.
Final product! Very Berry Yogurt served in a cute avocado boat!
Now the fun part! One winner will get 2 boxes of Chobani Greek Yogurt delivered to your door. That 48 cups of yogurt! Just think how easy it will be to pack for a picnic lunch with these little cups! Did you know Chobani yogurt is hormone free? I was pleasantly surprised to learn this and it made me very happy. Enjoy some Very Berry, Honey Banana, Chocolate Chunk and Orange Vanilla…which is like a creamsicle in a cup!
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i event and received complimentary products for review. The opinions expressed here are my own, and my 3 year olds. This post is shared with Make It Yourself Monday.
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Green Boston mom of three young children. Focused on family nutrition, wholesome recipes, and an eco-friendly lifestyle.