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Since yesterday I put together my perfect holiday meal, today is: dessert!

Now, in my fridge and freezer we have certain staples we try our best not to run out of: milk, eggs, ice cream, kimchi, and Chobani®. These things are absolutely essential. I won't go into the details of our Greek yogurt obsession...suffice to say we are on a first-name basis with one of Chobani®'s yogurt masters ;) ha true story.

Hubby loves Chobani® 1) because it's delicious, and 2) because he is a gym rat and loves the high protein. For me, I love to use Chobani® in my desserts because it's the one legit low-fat, natural substitute that I know will not compromise the flavor of my recipes. I'm not the type to skimp on flavor; if I'm going to eat dessert then it has to be good. Besides the recipe I'm sharing today, one of my other favorites using the same yogurt is this panna cotta.

Today's recipe is of course inspired by the holidays. I love a good pie, and I love it even more when I don't have to feel too bad about it. This one contains yogurt, fresh berries, and is extremely simple. I actually ruined my first one when my clumsy potholder hands dropped it all over the oven door :( But a quick run to Walmart and no more than 10 minutes of prep-time are all it takes to get another one ready thankfully. Here I used the 32 oz. Chobani® Vanilla Greek Yogurt, which you only need a cup of, so you can use the leftover yogurt and berries for your breakfast smoothies or parfaits, yum. Or I also use it as a sub in cake recipes as well as a fish taco sauce I make.

Tell me your own Greek yogurt substitutes! I love new tips. Chobani® has some great ideas of their own HERE.

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Yogurt Berry Crumb Pie
Makes 1 pie

Main Ingredients:
  • 1 prepared pie crust
  • 2 eggs
  • 1/4 cup + 3 Tbsp brown sugar
  • 1 cup Chobani® Vanilla Greek yogurt
  • 1 small lemon, zested and juiced
Additional Ingredients:
  • 2-1/2 cups berries (I like to use a mix like chopped cranberries, blueberries and raspberries)
  • 1/4 cup flour
  • 1 Tbsp cold butter, diced

Directions:

Preheat oven to 350F. Place prepared pie crust onto a baking sheet.

In a small mixing bowl, whisk together the eggs, 3 Tbsp brown sugar, yogurt, and lemon juice and zest. Pour into your pie crust. Sprinkle berries evenly over top of the batter. 

In a separate bowl, combine the flour and remaining 1/2 cup brown sugar. Add cold butter and with either a mixer or pastry blender, combine until crumbly. Sprinkle over your pie. Bake for 70-80 minutes, or until the edges are set and the middle is still loose (it will finish setting as it cools). After about 40 minutes, check the crust. If it is getting too dark, cut thin strips of foil and wrap them around the pie, just covering the edges to keep the crust from getting darker. 

Let pie cool to almost room temperature, then place in the fridge until cold. 


*Yogurt filling adapted from here.





35 comments

  1. This pie looks amazing, I love the fresh ingredients and how you incorporated the Chobani! #client
    Cathy

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  2. This looks so good! Gemma xx
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  3. This pie looks incredible! I need it in my life.

    Paige
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  4. This pie look so delicious! And it has yogurt, I'm sold! :)

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  5. Wow, this looks incredibly delicious, Gina! I don't eat much diary these days, as I tend to break out when I have them in large amounts, but for the holidays when making a pie, I think I just may try this substitute out! I love how you took a photo of the yogurts in the market. Something so simple, but extremely helpful! I can't tell you how many times I've read a blog and have attempted to make the dish and have had difficulty finding one of the ingredients, especially when it's one that's not easily pronounced, try asking an employee #thestruggle, haha!

    Anyway, I think I'll try this one out, thanks so much for sharing, and I hope you're having a wonderful day so far :)

    XO,

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    1. Oh my! I wonder if A2 milk would still make you break out? It's meant for people who have digestive disorder when having dairy, but I wonder if it helps with breakouts too? And I'm so glad the store pictures are helpful for you! Thanks for telling me that~

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  6. Oh my goodness, this looks so yummy! I need to make this as soon as possible!

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  7. Ooh this looks so yummy!! & it's just beautiful! :) Btw, I love your plates! :) XO - Alexandra

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  8. Oh wow, this looks beyond delicious! And the photography is excellent, I must say ;) Gotta try this recipe. Thanks for sharing!
    xx

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  9. Oh my God, looks like a little piece of heaven!
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  10. AHH this pie looks amazing !! Will definitely need to try this out one day :)

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  11. wow!! that looks scrumptious! :D

    Have a great day!
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  12. absolutely irresistible . Looks easy to make. am gonna try this holidays.
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  13. Oh my you have awaken my sweet tooth with this pie! I really want to bake it ASAP. I am totally Pinning this recipe, thanks!!!

    Much Love,
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  14. I've got such a soft spot for crumble pies, and this one looks unreal! yum!

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  15. This looks like such a healthy dessert option Gina! I'll definitely be trying this recipe. Thanks for sharing :-)

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  16. Pleasssee.. im craving now!
    This looks so delicious and perfect for the holiday season

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  17. so delicious :) Now I want to have a piece of that , too :D
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  18. Looks sooo delicious!! And your photos are phenomenal!!


    Amber
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  19. This looks delicious! Thanks for sharing the recipe. Hope you're having a great holiday season filled with yummy goods! :)

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  20. Thanks for the comments and love the post

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  21. I would love to try this pie it looks so delicious.
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  22. oh goshh... yumm... thank you for sharing!
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  23. This looks beyond delicious and as always, your food photography has blown me away - divine!

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  24. Looks so good! I love how you included Chobani yogurt...I love vanilla greek yogurt! :)

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  25. My cousins are currently reading this and ahhh we're craving! They're planning to make this and follow your recipe. Haha :)

    Have a beautiful day!

    xoxo,
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  26. Ohhh that looks delicious! I love eating Chobani greek yogurt (vanilla, yum!) and I also use plain all the time as a sour cream substitute, but I've never tried it in baked goods. Good idea!

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  27. This is stunning! And sounds delicious! #client

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