|Working hard for my breakfast.|
(Sorry...it looks like it should be in the
opening credits for "Dexter.")
|More appealing and so good.|
Have you seen the amount of sugar/HFCS in those things? They have to add it to mask the flavor of fat-free.
I never could understand the attraction to yogurt nor why the French love it so much. Then, I had normal, almost undoctored yogurt. It was from a lonely, big tub (plain, with fat) amongst the limelight of the fat-free, showy, petite, artificially-flavored plastic packages who breeze through life always getting what they want... -- wait, I'm kinda getting off subject.
So, I tried plain with about 4% fat. Much better. I do add a little bit of organic sugar to it, but I control the amount -- much less than what the manufacturer puts in. I also like to add different fruit and sometimes granola. Other ways I've tried it is by adding my own vanilla and cinnamon.
Do I feel like I'm eating "bad" by choosing yogurt with fat? Not.at.all. Real food is to be enjoyed while providing nutrition. It's satisfying.
Well, it's breakfast time, again. I have left over pomegranate seeds. And plain yogurt. Yum.