Tuesday, July 2, 2013

Recipe Development: Peach, Blackberry, Yogurt Pie

Tonight, I decided I was in need of a dessert. And a few weeks ago, I was challenged by Stonyfield and Earthbound Farms to come up with a recipe that used ingredients from both companies. Technically, this was supposed to happen in June. But I failed at that.

I started by lining a ramekin with pie crust I had made for my Strawbluple that I've been storing in my freezer. It was the oat pie crust recipe from the Earthbound Farms cookbook "The Earthbound Cook", which is my all-time favorite pie crust.

Next, I mixed 2 T of Plain Stonyfield Lowfat Greek Yogurt with 1 chopped up peach and 4 blackberries.

I decided it would be hearty enough at this point, so I added 1 Tablespoon of uncooked oats.

After mixing the fruit, yogurt, and oatmeal together, I piled it into my ramekin, and realized that two ramekins would've been a better choice. But, since I didn't want to waste any of my filling, I just piled it extra high.

I covered that with a pat of the oat crust dough, baked in my toaster oven on 350 for 15 minutes and viola!

I had a personal peach, blackberry, yogurt pie!

Which satisfied my dessert craving perfectly, but didn't make me feel too guilty. However, the next time I make this, I'm adding a teaspoon of brown sugar to the filling.


I received a coupon for a free product from Earthbound Farm and Stonyfield. Thanks! And yum!

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