Triple Zero yogurt is a staple in many THM based kitchens, and while it is nice to have as a quick option, it can be pricey if you love it like my family does! So that’s why I decided to start making my own! I can get 2 large 32oz. containers of plain Greek yogurt at Costco for $5.79. This is hardly even a recipe, it is so simple! Here is what you need.
1 32oz container of plain Greek yogurt
4 “doonks” stevia extract (I am currently using the KAL brand, but my favorite is the THM pure stevia extract)
1 Tbl. Vanilla extract
Directions: Simply add the stevia and vanilla to the yogurt and stir thoroughly!
(I know – this part doesn’t look amazing – but trust me – once it’s all stirred in – YUM!)
See? So easy and simple – and so good! You could also add other extracts to make the flavor you like best – lemon, caramel, orange, butterscotch. The options are endless! It is always nice to keep an assortment of flavorings around to use whenever the flavor urge strikes!
One of my favorite breakfasts is the homemade 000 with berries and toasted coconut.
Ah, so easy! If you try it, let me know what you think! Enjoy!
Pizza sauce isn’t that expensive, but it can be hard to find a pasta\pizza sauce with no added sugars. Fortunately, this sauce is easy to make (and is super cheap too)! So, what do you need?
THM Pizza Sauce
1 can tomato paste
1/4 tsp. Garlic powder
1/2 tsp. Onion powder
1/2 tsp. Dried Basil
1 tsp. Dried Oregano
1/2 tsp. Olive oil
1/2 “doonk” stevia extract (optional)
10 Tbl. Water
Salt, to taste
That’s all! Dump all the spices in and stir well, then add the water and stir until incorporated. This makes about 1 1/4 cups of sauce.
I used to always buy pizza sauce until one day when my Mom & I were making pizza. “Why don’t you just make your own? It’s easy, and it tastes better!” Turns out she was correct – and I’ve been making it ever since!
Let me know what you think! I used this sauce today on some meatballs – I added mozzarella cheese and stuffed it in a Joseph’s Pita. YUM! A THM meatball sub!