I can’t be the only one who has gone through 3 bags of Yogurt Drops in a weekend.
Finally threw in the towel and did what any crazy mom spending $12 on 3 bags of air does. I ran to Pinterest and sourced out a way to make Yogurt Drops myself. Guess what? I found a way… well a few ways, but take it from me not all of them are worth your time. Weeded through them, tested and tasted 3 version and found the best recipe for Yogurt Drops.
I could sit here and tell you a story about how both my kids, 18 months and 6 years old love and adore these air filled expensive little snacks. Bringing a new bag into the house creates a similar reaction to Christmas morning around here. But why? Why would I do that when you already know how amazingly addictive these Yogurt Drops are? And how well they pair with a glass of Merlot. I won’t do that. I’m not that blogger.
I know what you came here for;
- to save money
- to be a super mom
- the damn recipe
Here you have it ladies, the recipe for Yogurt Drops.
- 3/4 cup Yogurt (any flavor)
- 1 Egg (whites only)
- Beat egg whites until they are stiff and hold a peak.
- Slowly fold in your yogurt until completely combined.
- Cover your Dehydrator tray with parchment paper.
- Transfer Yogurt mixture to a piping bag and make small drops any size you'd like, keeping them all the same.
- Place inside your Dehydrator for 2 hours (up to 8 hours, depending on their size).
- *Avoid Yogurts that are Low Fat or High Sugar
- *If you want to keep a smooth texture, like store bought, also avoid any fruit chunks in your Yogurt
- *Our Yogurt Drops we're about the size of a nickle and took only 2 hours in our Breville Smart Oven Air
I bet now you’re wishing I would dive in a little more about this fancy pants new oven I got? YOU GUYS! The Breville Smart Oven Air is about the coolest kitchen gadget I own. NO WORD OF A LIE. This thing not only cooks way faster than your standard kitchen oven (30% faster), but it can also air fry, dehydrate, roast, toast and proof.
FACT: I’VE NOT USED MY KITCHEN OVEN SINCE
This little counter-top ninja has Super Convection cooking. Super Convection moves a greater volume of air to ensure fast and even cooking but most importantly air frying (crispy zucchini sticks here we come), dehydrating (no apple is safe in this house), proofing (fresh bread anyone?) and roasting (doing Martha Stewart proud).
Check out BrevilleSmartOvens.com for more information on what this little counter-top superhero can do. It’s a great little resource Be prepared to be amazed. This oven does it all! Oh! Did I mention it’s SMART too?
The Smart Oven™ Air is equipped with our Element IQ® technology which uses 6 independent quartz heating elements to move the power where it’s needed most, above and below the food. Each element adjusts automatically for the setting you choose. Advanced PID temperature control reduces overshoot for precise and stable temperatures.
What they’re saying is that the Breville’s Smart Oven Air is brilliant! You can trust that your roast Turkey will be cooked to Martha Stewart perfection… with a Snoop Dog effort! Really! That’s what it means.
Since getting it, we’ve cooked everything we would’ve cooked in our regular oven, in it. From our morning toast and Eggo waffles (we no longer own a toaster by the way), to cookies and cakes, roasted veggies, homemade potato chips and now YOGURT DROPS. I’m thinking our regular kitchen oven will soon be deemed the second oven, you know, for those Christmas Dinners that you wish you never agreed to hosting. It will come in handy then as a pie warmer. The Breville Smart Oven Air is now our go-to for all our oven needs.
<<Not quite ready for the recipe just yet? I get it, PIN IT FOR LATER! You won’t want to forget about this recipe, it’s a gooder!
Disclosure: I have partnered with Breville Canada and received product for this post.
All opinions are my own.