Greek Yogurt Snack

I recently mentioned that I had bought Country Heat and decided to try out the Beach Body portion containers with it. I'm liking it, it's really been great to see how much food I should be eating, and honestly it's a lot of stuff.

Except this week when the mother of all craving weeks has begun, anybody feel me on that?

Back to the point, Beach Body considers Greek Yogurt as a protein so it works great when I want something sweet for a snack instead of boiled eggs.


They also allow for 1-2 teaspoons, or if you watch Autumn's YouTube videos she even says up to 4 teaspoons, of raw honey a day to sweeten coffee or what-not. I've been choosing to use it in greek yogurt. 

Well eventually the texture out to me. 

And that's what brought me to my current snack. 

I have no idea what to call it. It's late at night. I said I was going to post this a week ago. I'm basically brain dead. 

If you have a better idea let me know. I think Greek Yogurt Snack is kind of lame personally. 

But here's how I make it. 


Greek Yogurt Snack

Ingredients:
3/4 cup plain Greek Yogurt
2 ish teaspoons (give or take) of raw honey
2 tbsp work of the following: cacao nibs, flax meal, chia seeds, and unsweetened coconut

Directions:
Layer ingredients in a bowl and enjoy. 


In case you're wondering the seed container is what I use to measure the toppings, it is roughly 2 tbsp. I put about a 1/4 of a seed container of each topping in. 

I tried eating cacao nibs back in the spring and couldn't get past how nasty they were, but in yogurt they have an actually chocolatey taste and give it a nice texture. Honestly that's what I was looking for with this recipe, a little different taste and a lot of texture. 

The bonus, if you use local raw honey it will help with your allergies. I just with the Tabasco Company could sell raw, their honey is so good.