The air is finally feeling brisk and I love it!! Not only do I need to start bundling up, but my good friends, Oreos, need to as well. I wrapped myself in a Calvin Klein cowl-neck striped sweater and wrapped my Oreos in a matching Noosa Yoghurt shell.
Noosa Yoghurt originated from Down Under, which makes them automatically cool, so cool that they spell yogurt with an “h,” unlike us Americans. Thus, in true Aussie form, I will also use an “h,” mate.
This yoghurt is thick and creamy which made them perfect for coating Oreos. It’s so simple and so delicious! I used the Strawberry Rhubarb flavor, which matches my blush sweater. The fruit puree comes on the bottom of the container, so once you open it, give it a good mixing. Grab some Oreos, I used mega stuffed ones, and dunk them in the yogurt. Coat them fully and put them on a wax paper lined baking tray. Stick them all in the freezer for an hour and you have the perfect frozen treat!
I’ve made three other Noosa creations. Check them out on my Instagram at@stirandstyle! Send me your recipes if you decide to try something NOO(sa)!
1) Noosa Froyo in a Noosa Pancake Cone drizzled with warm homemade caramel sauce
It's actually BREAKFAST!! I tried something NOO(sa) and made fresh frozen yogurt in my ice cream machine using Strawberry Rhubarb Noosa, Vanilla Noosa, and mixed berries. For the pancake cone, I used Raspberry Noosa, flour, baking powder, egg, salt, and vanilla.
2) Noosa Coconut Crème Brûlée
Think outside the bowl! I made a COCONUT NOOSA BRÛLÉE inside a young coconut! The brûlée toasts the coconut and elevates Noosa to the next level.
It's so simple, open up a coconut (safely-see my coconut blog post for pointers), loosen up the coconut flesh, scoop in your coconut Noosa and mix it around, sprinkle one big spoonful of sugar over the surface and TORCH IT! Be safe and have fun!
3) Noosa Cream Cheese Frosting sandwiched between two Pumpkin Noosa Banana Bread Chocolate Chip Cookies
Why make ordinary banana bread when you can make banana bread cookies?! Substitute sugar with Noosa!
I love bundling up when the weather gets chilly, which means I LOVE oversized sweaters. It’s taken a while for the weather to cool down in LA, but as a native San Franciscan, I’m used to the sweaters and jackets. It feels good to sport some Fall fashion in LA.
This sweater is so soft, it’s like a blanket! It’s perfect for cozying up next to a fireplace eating these yoghurt covered Oreos and drinking hot chocolate. The detail along the edge of the sweater with the clasp gives the piece some extra flare and uniqueness than just a plain turtleneck sweater. The sweater is wide, but the opening along the edge slims the look out.
Thanks so much for reading! Contact me to share some of your favorite ways to use greek yoghurt and any suggestions for amazing comfy oversized sweaters! Also, have an WONDERFUL Thanksgiving!