Love yoghurt? You can't beat it for a breakfast treat
Turn to page 110 of May's The Simple Things for a recipe to make your own thick and creamy yoghurt. But how do you eat yours?
Top with dark forest honey for a true taste of Greece. Add a handful of almonds for added crunch.
Use your homemade yoghurt as a base for a Bircher breakfast - oats soaked overnight with yoghurt, juice, and grated apple.
Berries and granola
A bowlful of yoghurt topped with a handful of granola and fresh berries is a great way to start the day, and keeps you full 'til lunchtime.
Yoghurt is a good option, even in winter. No berries? No worries - try tinned prunes or preserved apricots instead.