Thank you so much, Annie’s Homegrown for making my very first sponsored recipe post happen!
You see friends, when I moved here almost three years ago…wait… what? Almost three years? The time has gone by so fast! When we moved here, one of the things I noticed was the absence of the kind of yogurt I’d been accustomed to back home in Cameroon. The ones in Cameroon were slightly tangy, creamy and natural while the ones I was introduced to here was a tad rubbery and so unnatural.
I thought I was never going to find a yogurt that I liked. I eventually learned that most of those ‘rubber-tasting’ yogurts were inorganic. That left me very worried. But not anymore. Annie’s Homegrown organic yogurt brought home to me the taste I’ve been looking for. Their Yogurt is creamy, slightly tangy with well-balanced sweetness. When I eat it, I am under the impression that I am at Megida’s shop eating some yaourt kossam. It is organic and made with only the finest ingredients.
Annie’s is committed to making the best and tastiest foods with real ingredients. I’m so in love with their organic macaroni, which we had for dinner two nights ago, their Mac and Cheese and their Lunch Box Yum, which can all be found in most grocery stores in the United States and Canada. Today, I’ll like to introduce you to their authentic yogurt and their cocoa bunnies cereal.
This cereal is sweet, chocolatey and yet so healthy. Plus the bunny shapes are so cute! Pair this together with Annie’s Homegrown yogurt and some fruit and you’ll get a parfait that is perfect for breakfast or snack time.
The whole thing comes together in only 5 minutes! I literally fought over this parfait with my girls because it is just too irresistible. The yogurt together with the bunnies is a match made in heaven that everyone can love. Think about creamy, chocolatey and fruity in one bite. Pure bliss!
Three ingredients, five minutes and deliciousness is served. What could be better?
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