When my mother visits anywhere, we need a tub of yogurt and fresh pineapples. No matter where she goes, she MUST eat these two things every day, for her health. BM, mainly..
I bought an expensive large tub of Fage ($10!!), and she hated it. It was too thick for her. When sons try to impress mothers, it always end up being wasteful. I should have just gotten the cheap shit.
So I was left with a lot of yogurt that I needed to use somehow. After a bunch of research for something interesting, I found one for an apple yogurt cake. Sounds interesting right?
This was also an easy as hell, fool-proof recipe. Yep, Yoko, I am talking to you.
1tbsp baking powder
2 apples cut into small pieces (I use Fuji apples)
Mix everything except for apples. Dump everything into a bowl, and mix together. Since Greek yogurt has a lot less water, I added 1tbsp water.
Consistency is pretty thick.
Mix in apples.
I used a pound cake pan, but you can use regular round cake pan too.
Bake it on 350˚F oven for about an hour, until tooth pick comes out clean.
Airy and nice apple chunks.
Just the fact that there's fruit, and no butter/oil in the cake makes you think you can eat the whole loaf, right? This is amazingly moist and light. And the sweetness from the Fuji apples was definitely a hit-- I don't trust American apples.