We were excited to receive a shipment of all the flavors of Smucker’s premium line of preserves, Orchard’s Finest.
We reached for the blueberry preserves—we rarely see a jar of blueberry preserves or jam—and ate it from the spoon.
It was a bit too sweet to mainline, but we grabbed a carton of plain Greek yogurt and made the most delicious blueberry yogurt. And another. And another.
Which gets us to today’s tip: Mix your own fruit yogurt with preserves and plain yogurt. It’s “fruit on the bottom” style, only your fruit will be on the top.
Why do it?
Just stir in to plain yogurt for homemade flavored yogurt. Photo by Elvira Kalviste | THE NIBBLE.
You don’t really save money, by the way; but you get exactly the flavors you want and the exact portion you want.
We’ve so enjoyed mixing all eight flavors† of Smucker’s Orchard’s Finest preserves into our yogurt, that we’re trying to save enough for more tips to come. Stay tuned!
The “fruit on the bottom” yogurt has an official name: sundae-style yogurt. Instead of a conventional ice cream sundae with topping, there’s yogurt and topping (or a “bottom topping”).
Discover the different types of yogurt in our Yogurt Glossary.
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