Whipped quark with seeds, blueberries, pistachios and peppered date syrup is the perfect breakfast food or snack. The peppered date syrup is a simple, exotic blend made with Medjool dates and black pepper. All with the compliments of the McCormick 2017 flavor forecast. If you want to explore the flavors of tomorrow today, check out the McCormick 2017 flavor forecast. Cool stuff! For nearly two decades, McCormick predicted the emerging flavors for the upcoming year with amazing accuracy.
Medjool dates are full of vitamins, minerals and fiber; the health benefits are remarkable.
Dates are the greatest natural sweeteners out there and they are one of the healthiest sugar alternatives available. FYI, the recipe is more than you need, however peppered date syrup is great served over ice cream, hot oatmeal, spiced cake and more.
Blueberries are one of my favorite fruits that you will always find in my refrigerator. Even my Labrador gets his blueberries every day, he loves them. Check out the link to the little blue dynamos, this page is all about blueberries.
Having whipped quark with seeds, blueberries, pistachios and peppered date syrup sets the tone for a great day. We all know that breakfast should be the most important meal and this will provide a great start to get your day going. My homemade whipped quark recipe is so easy to make and beats yogurt in about every nutritional aspect. I ferment low-fat buttermilk to make quark once a week. It’s my go to, easy breakfast food, sometimes I just have it plain on a great piece of toasted Farmers-bread topped with a marmalade. If you don’t feel like making quark, a Greek yogurt is a great substitute.
Quark (pronounced “kvark” in German) is neither yogurt nor cottage cheese, but instead it has the consistency of Greek Yogurt, just creamier and
My quark recipe has about half the calories of Greek yogurt, double the protein of regular yogurt and what is even more important, it has no added artificial sweeteners.