Real Medleys, Granola & Yogurt Blend Shortbread Cookie Sandwiches

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This summer has been jam packed with different activities and events for us. Since I take the train and bus a lot to the city or across town I have so leave super early. Most of those days I don't have time to make breakfast so when I saw the Quaker® Real Medleys® Yogurt Cups while I was shopping at Walmart, I knew I had to stock up. The Real Medleys® yogurt cups are a shelf stable yogurt with chunks of granola and fruit. All you have to do is stir in some cold milk and in a minute you will have a Crunchy, Cool, Yum -filled yogurt cup.

Now when I know I will be leaving the house early, like when I take my toddler to soccer, I just throw a couple of cups into a bag the night before and fill my thermos with ice cold milk and set it in the fridge. The next morning we shower, dress and I throw my bag over my shoulder, pick up my thermos and out we go.

After tasting the delicious Strawberry Almond flavor I got the idea to make shortbread sandwich cookies filled with the Real Medleys® Yogurt.

I used the Classic Shortbread recipe from Jo Cooks baked them ahead of time and allowed them to completely cool. Then take your Quaker® Real Medleys® Yogurt Cup and add cold milk a little below the fill line. Mix and allow to thicken for a couple of minutes. Place half of the shortbread cookies onto a plate and flip. Add a couple of tablespoons of the Real Medleys® Yogurt on top of the cookie. Carefully top with another cookie.

Check out the Quaker Read Medleys product demo coming to a Walmart store near your on 8/13 - 8/16. Click on the link find the closest location.

Also be sure to download the Blippar app from the Apple or Android store to scan your yogurt cup and receive information tutorials on Quaker® Real Medleys® Yogurt Cups.

Visit the website and share with me which flavor you are looking forward to trying. 

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