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Caraway Spiced Yogurt

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Making an elaborate and flavorful breakfast doesn’t have to be a lot of work. A large batch of a spice and nut mixture, combined with a bit of sliced fruit and yogurt, can easily give you a week’s worth of breakfasts with only a little bit of preparation.

Caraway is the star of the show in this yogurt topping. The mixture is similar to a granola or streusel in texture, but without the oatmeal or the need for an oven. We normally see this lovely seed in baked goods or savory applications but it’s truly delicious with fruit. The brown sugar and almonds bring out the best of its earthy flavor.

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