Winter Yoghurts with warm apple or kaki fruit | Louises Lunches

Brr.. the winter has really started, that means time to warm up! | Yoghurt’s are easy, quick and delicious, but wouldn’t it be nice to make them winter proof? 

This recipe is especially great for people who like to snooze their alarms in the morning, but still want to enjoy a little time in the morning to warm up and enjoy breakfast. This great recipe is perfect for the winter, but still an easy yoghurt in a different style. Today I share two different varieties for this recipe, however there are a lot more of course! Just let your creativity go crazy.

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Hey guys! this is the second post from me, Louise from Louises Lunches. This is not a specific lunch recipe, however I could eat it for lunch as well. The great thing I like about ‘lunch’ in general, is the variety. In some countries they eat meals for lunch, who we, Dutchies, consider as dinner, while other cultures have no lunch at all. 

I just came home from a long trip, and didn’t succeeded with grocery shopping. I still had an apple and yoghurt, but that is too boring for this foodie 😉 I remember my mother making apple sauce when I was younger, which I loved so much. The craving for something warm was bigger than the hunger, so this recipe was created! 

Winter Yoghurts

The first variety is prepared with a big apple, called Jonagold. I love all apples, but these are one of my favourites. There are so many sorts of apples, it is actually crazy. And within all sorts, there are so many specialization and characters. If you have time, it is really interesting to read about it…

After I was kind of amazed how nice the apple variety tasted, I was curious if other fruits would work as well. My fruit bowl was almost empty, besides one lonely Kaki fruit. So he was chosen to become my variety number 2, tam tam tadaa! You see the colours? mwaah, foodporn hihi! The taste of the Kaki was even sweeter as the apple one, and the combination with cinnamon was very tasty. 

Brr.. the winter has really started, that means time to warm up! | Yoghurt's are easy, quick and delicious, but wouldn't it be nice to make them winter proof?

Winter Yoghurt with warm apple or kaki fruit

The great thing about this recipe is how healthy it is for your body. I am personally bloated very often, and have some issues with my intestines. Fruit has a lot of viber, which is sometimes hard for your body to digest. However, if already warmed up, and even mixed, your intestines need less energy to work on this foodies. Besides that, as you can read everywhere nowadays, breakfast is the most important meal of the day, as it literally gives you the energy you need for the whole day. I mean, what is a car without gasoline? Doesn’t drive far, right ;). 

However, as especially in the winter our beds are so comfy and warm, we like to spend as much time as possible, and keep snoozing our alarms. That is why this recipe is great, as it is so easy and quick. Especially if you prepare it already in the morning, the only thing is warming up and adding yoghurt. OR for the really lazy peeps here, you can eat it also cold and just take it out of the fridge. 

Yoghurt winter style
Serves 1
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Prep Time
10 min
Cook Time
5 min
Total Time
15 min
Prep Time
10 min
Cook Time
5 min
Total Time
15 min
Variety 1:
  1. Yoghurt, free of choice, 150g
  2. Apple, 1
  3. Cinnamon, 1 tablespoon
  4. chiaseeds
Variaty 2:
  1. Yoghurt, free of choice, 150g
  2. Kaki fruit, 1
  3. Cinnamon, 1 tablespoon
  4. Chili powder
Variety 1:
  1. 1. Wash & Cut the apple in little blocks.
  2. 2. Mix the apple blocks with cinnamon.
  3. 3. Bake the apple blocks in the air fryer, 200 degrees celsius for 10 minutes.
  4. 4. Mix the hot apple with a blender until smooth.
  5. 5. Put the yoghurt in a bowl, add the apple sauce in layers.
  6. 6. Sprinkle and top with some chia seeds.
Variaty 2:
  1. 1. Wash & Cut the Kaki in little blocks.
  2. 2. Mix the Kaki blocks with cinnamon and some chili powder.
  3. 3. Bake the Kaki in the air fryer, 200 degrees celsius for 10 minutes.
  4. 4. Mix the hot Kaki with a blender until smooth.
  5. 5. Put the yoghurt in a bowl, add the Kaki sauce in layers.
  6. 6. Sprinkle and top with some nuts or seeds.
Notes
  1. The chili powder was a great add for the sweet kaki taste, but feel free to leave it out!
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I hope you guys try this recipe, and please send me your own creative varieties! I am really curious what kind of fruity winter yoghurts styles you will come up with. Or maybe even winter yoghurts with veggies? 

Much love, 

Louise

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