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What can I do with too much Alpro soya yogurt?

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JellySlice Sat 25-May-19 10:03:07

I have somehow ended up with four 500g tubs of the vanilla yogurt, and my main soya-yogurt-eater has gone away for half term. I cannot eat that much soya. What can I do with it?

I have a cake recipe that will use up half a pot. The recipe calls for plain dairy yogurt, but I think it might work.

Any other suggestions? I have very little freezer space ATM.

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AdaColeman Sat 25-May-19 15:43:09

Make fruit fool.
Serve on breakfast cereal.
Use instead of custard and cream.
Make cheese cake or deconstructed cheese cake.
Pile into a Pavlova or make Pineapple Romanoff.

Medievalist Sat 25-May-19 15:46:16

My favourite breakfast at the moment is berries/banana at the bottom of a glass, alpro spooned on top, granola on top of that then a squeeze of honey. Delish!

JellySlice Sat 25-May-19 16:26:38

How do you make it into cheesecake?

I'm the only one at home who will eat it as yogurt, and I cannot eat that much (it gives me hideous wind!). The others will not eat it as yogurt in any form, and in all these - delicious! - suggestions it's still recognisable as yogurt.

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AdaColeman Sat 25-May-19 16:36:29

The BBC Food section has got a feature on cheesecake today with loads of recipe ideas. If you don't have time today, just search their recipes when you've got a few minutes.

JellySlice Sat 25-May-19 16:46:55

Ohhhh I think I might just have try this baked banana cheesecake!

Does soya yogurt behave in the same way as dairy yogurt - can you thicken it by draining in a muslin overnight?

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AdaColeman Sat 25-May-19 17:10:44

Try it and see!

WalterIris Sat 25-May-19 17:18:01

blend with banana and berries to make milky ice lollies if you have moulds

JellySlice Sat 25-May-19 17:48:56

Dd, who normally won't eat the stuff at all, just put away half a big pot in a berry smoothie grin

Cake in the oven.

1 pot down, 3 to go!

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Stravapalava Mon 27-May-19 20:30:12

It's nice in fruit or on cake instead of custard.

If it was the plain one you had, I'd have recommended putting it in mash. It makes it so creamy.

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