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by Sarah Steimer

Honeyed Greek yogurt tart with strawberries

I used strawberries, but any berry would do. This recipe was surprisingly simple for such a gorgeous result. Sure, you have to take the time to drain the yogurt over night, but otherwise — not many ingredients or steps at all! This is a dessert to brag about, and it would be perfect for the Fourth of July.

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by Sarah Steimer

Curry broiled salmon over Greek yogurt slaw

A little mint goes a long way. The herb really makes this yogurt slaw pop and, along with the golden raisins, helps balance the earthy curry flavor in the salmon. A perfect Saturday meal!

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by Sarah Steimer

Winter cobb salad with a creamy citrus dressing

I love the creaminess of cobb salad dressings, and the citrus flavors in this version give it a wintery boost — in addition to the Christmas-style red and green of the pomegranate and Brussels. There are a lot of flavors and textures to this dish, but certainly not too many that the eater gets lost.

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by Sarah Steimer

    I love spinach in smoothies, LOVE it. My "wild card" ingredient for this smoothie was the matcha powder. You can always brew a small, strong amount of tea to add to a smoothie for an added boost, but matcha powder can be added straight, no steeping.

I love spinach in smoothies, LOVE it. My “wild card” ingredient for this smoothie was the matcha powder. You can always brew a small, strong amount of tea to add to a smoothie for an added boost, but matcha powder can be added straight, no steeping.

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by Sarah Steimer

The brightness of the Greek yogurt really picks up an otherwise rich crostini. This would be great as a brunch appetizer.

The brightness of the Greek yogurt really picks up an otherwise rich crostini. This would be great as a brunch appetizer.


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by Sarah Steimer

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These are really surprisingly filling. Most store-bought breakfast bars I’ve had just leave me hungrier, but all I need is one of these, a cup of coffee and I’m good to go.


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by Sarah Steimer

I love a nice, light sandwich for lunch, and these two don't require many ingredients and hardly any time. Cut off the crusts and slice into smaller bites and you also have some great tea sandwiches.

I love a nice, light bite for breakfast or lunch, and these two don’t require many ingredients and hardly any time. Cut off the crusts and slice into smaller bites and you also have some great tea sandwiches.

For the radish and scallions over Greek yogurt:

For each sandwich, use one piece of bread. Spread each piece of bread with about 2-3 tablespoons plain Greek yogurt. Top with one small, thinly sliced radish and one scallion, sliced on an extreme angle. Sprinkle with fresh crushed pepper.

For the apple with cinnamon over ricotta:

For each sandwich, use one piece of bread. Spread each piece of bread with about 2-3 tablespoons ricotta and sprinkle with ground cinnamon. Top with 1/4 of an apple, such as a Gala, sliced thin. Sprinkle again with cinnamon.

Recipes adapted from: Bon Appetit here and here

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