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Sweet and tangy, top this pie with vanilla ice cream for a scrumptious treat.
Use fresh or frozen rhubarb in this recipe—just remember to run the frozen rhubarb under cold water and drain well.Set out bowls of ginger, rhubarb topping and plain yogurt and built your own parfaits!Plain yogurt might make this dessert slightly tangy for some, so drizzle honey or maple syrup on top to sweeten things up, if desired.Paired with a blueberry scone, this dessert is a winner!While using a generic honey does the trick, a more flavourful honey such as wild fireweed honey or wildflower honey provides an even more delicious result.Photography by Joe Kim Rhubarb Almond Crumble Squares Change up classic apple crumble with this rhubarb and almond version!
This dessert is perfect for a potluck, picnic or spring barbeque.
Tip: Look for firm and vibrantly red stalks of rhubarb. Photography by Jeff Coulson Rhubarb Ginger Yogurt Parfaits This parfait is a perfect DIY treat for guests.
For easy transportation, use a sealable jar like we did in this Greek Yogurt and Peach Parfait. In salad dressings Tangy, creamy yogurt makes a great base for many different types of salad dressings. A lighter alternative to whipping cream or sour cream, yogurt adds bulk and wonderful texture to cold soups. Tossed with meat before grilling, yogurt helps to tenderize protein and is a fantastic candidate for a make-ahead marinade. A couple of spoonfuls of yogurt gives dip a lighter texture.
Layered with fruit, nuts and honey, yogurt will give you plenty of energy for the morning ahead and allow you to make a healthful breakfast in a matter of minutes.
We love this Greek Yogurt Caesar Dressing to dress up everyday greens, but you can play around with flavours by adding honey, fresh herbs, citrus, mustard or vinegar to your yogurt. It pairs especially well with avocado, peas or cucumber, like in this Chilled Dill and Cucumber Soup. Try it in our Curried Chicken Skewers (served with a yogurt-based chickpea salad! For extra flavour, add a little bit of mayonnaise to the yogurt and the seasoning of your choice. We all love mashed potatoes with butter and cream, but adding yogurt makes mashed potatoes more of an everyday side dish. A staple in many baked treats, such as loaves, muffins or cupcakes, yogurt lends itself beautifully to a sweet application. To give frozen treats a creamy texture without resorting to making homemade ice cream, add yogurt! Rhubarb Coffee Cake Topped with delicious rhubarb, this cake is perfect as a dessert or snack.
It pairs really well with Potato and Salmon Cakes, or simple veggie sticks. And if you love cauliflower, this Cauliflower Yogurt Puree is right up your alley! It helps keep baked goods moist, like in these Mini Lemon Pistachio Yogurt Loaves. We’ve combined mixed berries with yogurt and a little jam to make these Berry Greek Yogurt Pops, but you can also make these with cantaloupe, peaches or mango. Even better, you can freeze it (if there is any left! Just remember to wrap the cake in plastic and then foil before you freeze. Photography by Joe Kim Strawberry Rhubarb Pie with Orange Zest Strawberries, orange and rhubarb are the ultimate spring combination!