Time to treat yo’self!
Anybody who has participated in one-on-one or group nutrition coaching with me knows that I am not the girl who is going to tell you never to eat a piece of birthday cake again. I am the girl who is going to tell you to eat real food most of the time and your body will more than be able to handle the occasional treat. 😉 And, with Valentine’s Day quickly closing in on us, what better time to celebrate with a decadent, chocolately treat?
This rich and creamy yogurt dip is made with Greek yogurt, fresh strawberries and Nektar Naturals Honey Crystals. If you haven’t heard of Nektar Naturals, it is pretty much honey without the sticky mess. It is a blend of natural cane sugar and honey that can be used to sweeten coffee, oatmeal, fresh fruit or, in this case, yogurt! You can use it pretty much anywhere you would use honey or other sweeteners. They have some really fun stuff going on for Valentine’s Day that I wanted to share with you, too…
Don’t just treat yo’self…treat your sweetie!
For a limited time, Nektar Naturals is offering Dark Chocolate Covered & Nektar Honey Crystal Dusted Pretzels on Amazon. You can ship them straight to your Valentine for a sweet Valentine’s Day surprise! If you just have a faraway friend that you want to send a little love note to, Nektar Naturals also has a fun way for you to share spread the sweetness. Until February 7th, you can visit Nektar Naturals and send a Nektar Naturals Valentines’ Day Honey-Gram, a cute personalized love note with a sample packet of Nektar Naturals!
Now go make this perfectly sweet all-natural yogurt dip!
Nektar Naturals sent me a package of pretzels and a jar of Nektar Naturals so I could come up with a perfect recipe to serve alongside those chocolately pretzels. Even when I want something sweet, though, I try to keep it on the healthy side. This yogurt dip is packed with protein and fresh strawberry flavor, with just a hint of Nektar Naturals sweetness. It is super-easy to make and would be a perfect Valentine’s snack to make with kiddos. You could use it to dip pretzels, but also any kind of fresh fruit, too!