We’ve all heard the commercials about how the probiotics in yogurt are good for our tummies. But those good bacteria are doing more than just improving your gut health. Give this probiotic body polish a whirl, you can use this scrub on your body as well as your face if you go easy on the scrubbing.
We come from the land down under, and we couldn't think of anything more Australian than a good old pavlova! We have adapted the traditional recipe slightly so that those who are dairy intolerant can still indulge in this true Aussie Favourite.
This skinny greek yogurt broccoli salad is a simple veggie dish that combines fresh broccoli florets, dried cranberries, thick-cut bacon crumbles, and a sweet creamy dressing made with greek yogurt! It’s the perfect healthy side dish for any spring meal!
3 small heads of broccoli, cut into bite-sized florets
Light, cool and refreshing frozen yogurt bark topped with our fruit flavoured yogurt and fresh berries. This healthy no-cook recipe uses only four ingredients! This is a fun recipe to try with the kids… they aren’t loaded with sugar like most dairy yogurt options and they taste sensational! Give them a go:
We love summer, but the sun can be extremely draining on your hair! The lactic acid in this yogurt mask cleanses the scalp, while the yogurt proteins nourish and strengthen the hair. Honey and olive oil both lock in moisture and prevent dryness. Give it a try!
Is it your turn to bring morning tea soon? Needing a little creative inspiration? Voila, here you have it. Coconut lemon and poppy seed muffins, they’re vegan, they’re gluten-free and most importantly they’re absolutely scrumptious!
While your stash of healthy salad recipes may be booming, chances are it’s slim pickins’ in the healthy desserts department. Now you can skip the ice cream maker, skip the added sugar and spend five minutes food processing your way to the easiest, creamiest homemade froyo to ever cross your lips.
Feeling a bit like a train hit you today? Try this delicious combination of strawberries, yogurt and honey as a rejuvenating face mask! We have kept this one simple, because in this case, simple is best!
1/2 cup Kingland Dairy Free Natural Unsweetened Greek Style Yogurt
Here’s the deal with smoothie bowls: you can add lots of other yummy things to the mix like big chunks of fresh fruit, nuts, seeds, and (in this case) some shaved coconut. You can also drizzle a bit of Dairy Free Greek Yogurt across the top because 1) YUM! and 2) Lets be honest, it just looks a little prettier.
Dairy Free Greek yogurt has lots of benefits for your body – you should definitely be eating it!
Not only should you be eating it, you should be putting it on your face too! The lactic acid is a natural cleanser and gentle scrub. Combine that with the benefits of yogurt’s probiotics, and live bacteria and you’ll end up with so...