If you're following along, I will be sharing summer break 2015 week #6 tomorrow. :)
I recently discovered Yoplait's Greek Yogurt Whips. Each cup is exactly as advertised- Greek yogurt that has been whipped so it has a mousse-like consistency. There are multiple flavors (see here), but my favorites are strawberry cheesecake, vanilla cupcake, key lime pie, and coconut macaroon (some are not on the website). I also like Yoplait's Yogurt Whips, which are made with regular yogurt. See here. A flavor that the regular yogurt has that the Greek yogurt varieties don't is chocolate mousse. To whom it may concern, I think it's time to add chocolate mousse to the Greek Yogurt Whips. Until then...
We'll make our own Greek yogurt chocolate mousse pie. For this dessert, gently fold one chocolate mousse yogurt with 1/2 a container of Greek Yogurt Whips- coconut macaroon (vanilla cupcake would work, too). Spoon the mousse into an already prepared mini graham cracker crust. Garnish with whipped cream and cocoa powder.
This dessert is especially nostalgic for me. When Evie was born more than 9 years ago, she cried all night that first night at the hospital. It was heart breaking and exhausting. That morning after she had finally fallen asleep and I had taken a nap, the hospital brought me a slice of chocolate mousse pie. It tasted like nothing I'd ever had... kind of like my-baby-just-cried-all-night-I'm-gonna-cry-into-this-delicious-chocolate-mousse-pie. Have you ever tried that before?? ;)
Have any Greek yogurt, dessert recipes you'd like to share? Leave your recipes or links in the comments. :)
If you try a recipe I share, be sure to let me know! Use the hashtag: #greekyogurt52ways.
**This year I'm making Greek yogurt 52 ways. Read about why I'm doing this project right here and read about the health benefits of Greek yogurt right here. See all of the ways I've incorporated Greek yogurt into my dessert or breakfast so far here. I recently completed a 52 sandwiches project. Read more about that project here.**