Blueberry Yogurt Pie

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Blueberry Yogurt Pie

Healthy vs. Happy

We are all trying to keep that balance between healthy and happy.  Sure we could  eat twinkies all day and be really happy, but not so  healthy.  Or, we could eat kale all day and be really healthy….but not so happy.  Finding that balance is really what it is all about.  So yes,  you can have your cake ( or should I say pie) and eat it too!

Blueberries

You can’t ask for anything healthier than blueberries. Did you know that blueberries are considered one of the world’s most healthiest fruits? https://www.healthline.com/nutrition/20-healthiest-fruits#section2   There are so many nutritious benefits of eating blueberries that we should be trying to incorporate more of them into our daily diet.  I like to add them to a salad of mixed greens with balsamic vinegar dressing, or just grab a handful out of the fridge when you are craving something sweet. No matter how you like to eat them you can’t go wrong with blueberries.  Sweet, tart and delicious, a perfect fruit.

Greek Yogurt

What is so great about greek yogurt? Creamy, smooth and refreshing but most importantly…protein.  Greek yogurt, on average has double the amount of protein of regular yogurt.  Protein leads to lean muscle.  Strong muscles burn fat.  Its that simple. Add more protein!

The Inspiration

Yes I am a firm believer in balancing lifestyle.  It’s the give and take of choices we make everyday to stay healthy, fit, and happy.   I like dessert as much as the next person, but I don’t eat it everyday…or every other day.  I have it on occasion.  This recipe I created to add a little “healthy” into dessert.  It’s not overly sweet, and has a fresh, light and creamy taste you will love!

FYI: try my Key Lime Pie with a Twist its another greek yogurt dessert you will enjoy!

Rating

This Blueberry Yogurt Pie is the perfect summer dessert. It is light and refreshing full of good for you ingredients. So delicious!

blueberry yogurt pie with purple petunia

Prep Time30 mins

 1 Graham Cracker Pie Crust 9"
 1 Packet of Unflavored Knox Gelatin
  cup sugar
 2 cups frozen wild blueberries
 2 cups Plain Greek Yogurt
 1 cup Boiling water

1

Rinse blueberries in strainer with cold water and drain well.

Rinse Blueberries

2

Mix gelatin packet and sugar in a heat resistant bowl. Add boiling water and stir until all sugar and gelatin is dissolved.
Let cool

Disolve gelatin

3

Blend the Greek Yogurt with the gelatin mixture with a mixer on medium speed until evenly blended.

Cabot Greek Yogurt

4

blueberries in yogurt pie filling

5

Fold blueberries into yogurt mixture.

Fold in blueberries

6

Pour mixture into graham cracker crust.

Blueberry yogurt pie

7

Refrigerate for 3 hours or until set.

blueberry yogurt pie with purple petunia

8

Top with your favorite whipped cream and enjoy!!

Ingredients

 1 Graham Cracker Pie Crust 9"
 1 Packet of Unflavored Knox Gelatin
  cup sugar
 2 cups frozen wild blueberries
 2 cups Plain Greek Yogurt
 1 cup Boiling water

Directions

1

Rinse blueberries in strainer with cold water and drain well.

Rinse Blueberries

2

Mix gelatin packet and sugar in a heat resistant bowl. Add boiling water and stir until all sugar and gelatin is dissolved.
Let cool

Disolve gelatin

3

Blend the Greek Yogurt with the gelatin mixture with a mixer on medium speed until evenly blended.

Cabot Greek Yogurt

4

blueberries in yogurt pie filling

5

Fold blueberries into yogurt mixture.

Fold in blueberries

6

Pour mixture into graham cracker crust.

Blueberry yogurt pie

7

Refrigerate for 3 hours or until set.

blueberry yogurt pie with purple petunia

8

Top with your favorite whipped cream and enjoy!!

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