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Strawberries and Rose Skyr Sundae

Strawberries and Rose Skyr Sundae
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Prep Time: 10 min Serves: 2
Cooking Time: 5 min Yield: 2 sundaes
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First, use skyr instead of Greek yogurt for less tartness. Don’t forget the few drops of rose water; it’ll truly make the skyr taste flowery! Next, don’t be shy with the slivered almonds; they contain plenty of healthy fats, fiber and protein. To serve, layer the ingredients in a pilsner glass and top with a whole strawberry.

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Directions

1. Add almonds to a medium skillet over medium-high and cook while stirring until toasted; transfer to a heat-proof bowl and set aside.
2. In a medium bowl, whisk together the skyr (or Greek yogurt), coconut nectar (or honey), vanilla extract, rose water, and almond extract. If desired, add a few drops more rose water to make the rose flavor more prominent.
3. Layer in two pilsner or other 12-ounce beverage glasses as desired the yogurt mixture, granola, (thawed) sliced strawberries, and toasted almonds. (Hint: Use a pastry bag to pipe the skyr mixture into the pilsner or other glasses.) Garnish each with a fresh strawberry.

Notes:
This recipe uses 1/8 teaspoon of rose water (optional).

PC: Jackie Newgent

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