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Before I begin, I would like to direct you to Kris Carr’s website, where one of my recipes has been featured! I’ve discussed Kris Carr on the blog before, after doing a mini-review of her New York Times Bestseller, Crazy Sexy Diet. She’s been a major inspiration to me (and my family, in fact) and has truly changed the way I conduct my every day. A big thanks to Kris Carr and her wellness team for sharing my recipe -such an honour. 
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This dairy-free yogurt recipe is luxuriously creamy, soy-free and made with almonds. The longer it sits, the more it tastes like the "real" deal. Feel free to use any fruit in this yogurt to suit your taste and the season (banana yogurt, blueberry yogurt, raspberry yogurt, mango yogurt, strawberry-banana yogurt -you get the idea). 

I’ve been playing around with a homemade coconut yogurt with probiotic powder the last little while, but it’s definitely not ready to share. Until then, I give you, Strawberry Almond Yogurt. This recipe was inspired by Amy Chaplin's raspberry smoothie bowl, which is oh so good.   
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Belén Morales Ferrer
04/13/2014 12:39pm

Wow! This looks amazing!! Did you make the granola too? I'd love if you could tell me where can I find the recipe!! Looks so delicious :) <3

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04/13/2014 4:07pm

Thank you Belén! I did make the granola, it was a recipe from the Moosewood Restaurant Cooking for Health cookbook. I actually burnt it a little hehe -but it still tasted pretty good! Just a little extra crunchy. And by the way, what a beautiful name you have! So unique :)

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06/20/2014 12:43pm

WOW your blog is incredible! Your pictures and recipes are exactly my style. I think I found a new favorite blog :) Keep it up girl!!

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