I am currently enrolled in a fun, easy, and free online coursera course called Child Nutrition and Cooking. (BTW, anyone can enroll into these amazing free classes. They are full of students from all over the world.) Taught by a Stanford University professor, the course explores the reasons the US is facing a childhood obesity epidemic and teaches us how we can make more nutritious food at home.
Another recipe featuring Chobani yogurt, this one paired with fava beans is a very healthy and nutritious appetizer. (Check out yesterday’s Chobani Pancakes with Caramelized Banana Syrup).
My first time trying fava beans. Up until a few days ago I never knew what they tasted like, or how to prepare and cook them. At the fresh produce stand where I frequently do my shopping, there is a huge heaping pile of them and they always catch my attention, almost daring me to bag them. Well, the other day with my 2 boys in tow, I bravely bagged a few handfuls of fava beans and told my son that we were going to experiment in the kitchen.
Thank you to the awesome people over at Chobani Yogurt for sending me some samples to test out and enjoy. I have been cooking endlessly with yogurt this past week and have some delicious recipes to share with everyone so come back soon for another tasty way to use your Chobani yogurt!