Healthier snacks and breakfasts with Mountain High Yoghurt #MHYMom

Mountain High YoghurtSince becoming a Mountain High Yoghurt Mom, their product has become a staple in my kids’ lives. As I explained in a previous Mountain High Yoghurt post, I used to buy it all the time until I started making my own yogurt. Since my yogurt maker is in storage, Mountain High Yoghurt has become my go to brand of choice because it’s delicious, nutritious and a great buy, especially when purchasing the bigger containers. (Check out the per ounce price!)

I also like that my kids are getting some probiotics in their diets by regularly eating it. Also, Mountain High Yoghurt is the only way my daughter, Lucie, can get calcium in her diet since she doesn’t like drinking milk.

Healthy snacks and breakfasts

I love the versatility of having a couple of 32 ounce containers of low fat vanilla or strawberry in the refrigerator to make healthy snacks and breakfasts. We like combining them with berries for a special treat or using them in smoothies. They also make a nice spread on pancakes, waffles, pumpkin bread or toast. Another fun and healthy snack is to make yogurt popsicles. (Unfortunately, my popsicle molds are in storage, too, darn it!)

The Mountain High Yoghurt website is a great source for healthy snack and breakfast ideas for kids. Here are a few recipes:

What are your kids’ favorite ways to enjoy yogurt?

Disclosure: I participated in a campaign on behalf of Mom Central Consulting for Mountain High Yoghurt. I received a gift card to purchase yogurt, a product kit, and a promotional item to thank me for participating.

4 thoughts on “Healthier snacks and breakfasts with Mountain High Yoghurt #MHYMom

  1. Diana

    I love yogurt, Ive been eating a lot of greek yogurt lately. I know it might not be the healthiest in calories but the taste is so creamy! I love putting walnuts, raisins, or fresh fruit in it too! :)

    1. Anne-Marie Nichols Post author

      Diana, Greek yogurt (especially if it’s low or no fat) is super healthy as it has lots of protein and calcium. I find it more satisfying than regular yogurt and a great substitute for sour cream in recipes.


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