I've been on a quest to add a variety of fruits and vegetables to my diet this year.
It's easy to get stuck in a rut buying the same things over and over, so when these Anjou
pears caught my eye, I decided to add them to our cart. Last month I tried dragon fruit
for the first time in a smoothie and loved it!
Over the weekend, when I craved a healthy, filling snack, I came up with the idea of
stuffed pears, so I grabbed a melon baller to remove the seeds and then thought about
how to fill them.
Since our fridge is always full of Stonyfield yogurt, I reached for a container of
Stonyfield 100% Grass Fed yogurt to spoon into the pears. For added protein I
drizzled Woodstock Organic Almond Butter over the yogurt and then topped each pear
with Woodstock Hiker's Harvest Mix and a little honey. The harvest mix added sweetness
and crunch to each bite! The pears were healthy, filling and tasted great!
Yogurt stuffed pears are healthy and delicious as a snack, but they would also be
great for breakfast or add a few mini chocolate chips and call it dessert!
Yogurt Stuffed Pears
2 ripe pears
1/3 C Stonyfield 100% Grass Fed Yogurt (Plain or Vanilla)
1/4 C Woodstock Smooth Organic Almond Butter
1/4 C Woodstock Organic Hiker's Harvest Mix
2 T honey
Slice pears lengthwise. Using a melon baller or spoon, scoop out the seeds
creating a small hole in each pear.
Spoon yogurt into pears. Drizzle almond butter all over each pear.
Sprinkle with harvest mix and drizzle with honey.
This post is sponsored by Stonyfield and Woodstock.
As always, all opinions are 100% my own.