Green Mandarin & Coconut Yogurt - Vegan & GF!
Green Mandarin & Coconut Yogurt - Vegan, GF!
Wondering how to use Green Mandarin oil? Have you ever thought about using them in your breakfast?
This Green Mandarin & Coconut Yogurt is both vegan and gluten free, and is delicious. The oils will uplift your mood and brighten your day too!
2 cups of full fat coconut yogurt
2-3 drops of doTERRA Green Mandarin Essential Oil
1/2 cup mixed berries (I used frozen blackforest fruits)
In advance, ensure that your yogurt has been refrigerated for at least 24 hours so you can ensure that it is nice and cold. If you are using frozen fruits rather than fresh, get those out of the freezer and place them in an airtight container in the fridge to defrost for 12-24 hours
Take your yogurt out of the fridge and measure 2 cups of yogurt into a medium sized bowl
Add 2-3 drops of Green Mandarin essential oils and gently stir to mix. I use a small handheld whisk as I like my yogurt creamy, soft and light
At this stage, you can put the yogurt back into the fridge in an air tight container, for up to a week (or until the expiry date if this is before then)
When you are ready to serve add your mixed berries and serve!
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