Yogurt in a cup? Sounds like a grocery store item, but this is homemade with fresh fruit for food you control. Almond extract and honey add flavor without sacrificing nutrition. Plain low-fat yogurt has 415 milligrams of calcium per cup. Healthy calcium consumption can lower the chance of getting osteoporosis, a degenerative bone illness commonly seen in older people. Calcium also helps the nerves transmit signals, contracts and relaxes muscles, maintains a stable heart rate, and has a role in decreasing blood clotting.
Recipe instructions Honey & Yogurt Fruit Cups
Divide the fruit among six individual bowls. Combine the yogurt, honey, orange zest and almond extract. Spoon the yogurt mixture over the fruit and serve.