Everyone likes to take a break now and then. It could be mid-morning, after the first errands of the day are done. It could be late evening, after dinner has been cleared away and the house is relatively quiet.
At those times, I often feel like having something sweet. Something that’s just indulgent enough to feel like I’ve had a real treat without having had too much.
In the spirit of experimentation that animates my blog, I decided to make a yogurt sundae instead of an ice cream sundae. I picked a really good vanilla yogurt, lined a gold-rimmed coupe with fresh strawberries, spooned in the yogurt, then topped it with chocolate sauce and a cherry on top.
This is a great way to feel like you’re getting away with something, when in fact you’re having something pretty healthy. Choose a Greek yogurt for extra protein, if you like, and throw on a few toasted nuts for good measure.
I think it’s important to make a treat like this a bit of an occasion, even if you’re only having it by yourself. Maybe it’s even more important if you’re by yourself! Treat yourself right with a lovely cup or bowl and an elegant spoon if you have one on hand. Make it special. You deserve it!
Yogurt Sundae Recipe
Vanilla Yogurt Sundae with Strawberries
- 1/2 cup strawberries washed and sliced
- 6 ounces vanilla yogurt
- 1 teaspoon Chocolate syrup
- 2 tablespoons Whipped cream
- 1 Maraschino cherry
Line a small bowl or cup with sliced strawberries.
Scoop the vanilla yogurt into the center of the strawberries.
Drizzle with chocolate sauce.
Top with whipped cream and garnish with a cherry. Serve immediately.
I cook everything from the healthy to the decadent, often with bold and surprising flavors, so if you like that sort of thing, stick around. You’ll like what you see. Plus, you’ll get some of my favorite family recipes, like these chicken salad sandwiches.
I hope you enjoy this recipe! Come back soon and see what’s cooking here on Recipe for Perfection.