Fresh & Fast noosa® yoghurt Recipes #nossafresh

Fresh & Fast noosa® yoghurt Recipes #nossafresh

Using new products in recipe development is one of my favorite things to do as food blogger and home cook. It keeps my cooking creative and fresh, and not so redundant.  So when the opportunity arose to team up with noosa® yoghurtand Social Moms to bring you a few original tasty ideas, it was a chance I couldn’t pass up.  I was able to create delightful, farm fresh, and unique pairings with the yoghurt, and I am so excited to share them with you.

As we settle into the fall season, pumpkins are popping up everywhere! Their subtle yet rich flavors kind be enjoyed in a variety of ways, and I happily discovered that I am madly, deeply in love with the noosa® pumpkin yoghurt.  What a wayto start my day! Although breakfast is the most important meal of the day, we all seem to miss it.  This is a mistake I will not make. Grab noosa® pumpkin yoghurt, top it with some raw pumpkin seeds, and have breakfast ready to eat in less than 1 minute.

Those little powerhouse pumpkin seeds are filled with magnesium, zinc, protein, and antioxidants, in addition to tasting great and adding a welcoming contrasting texture. You get all this, plus the health benefits from the smooth and creamy probiotic filled yoghurt underneath.

noosa® pumpkin yoghurt with raw pumpkin seeds

1 noosa® pumpkin yoghurt

1 tablespoon of raw pumpkin seeds


Open the noosa® pumpkin yoghurt, peel off lid, sprinkle with raw pumpkin seeds. Enjoy!

Grilled shishitos peppers with noosa® lemon yoghurt dipping sauce

As an avid home cook, I always use fresh ingredients from the Farmer’s Market to create unique dishes.  During my last trip, I picked up some shishito peppers.  They are a great snack, and some of them give off a little heat.  I thought it would be a great paring of flavors if I grilled them, and then combined them in noosa® lemon yoghurt.  And guess what?  I was right. It was absolutely delicious!


  • 1 pound of shishito peppers, washed and stem-on
  • 1 tablespoon olive oil
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