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Recipe: Moroccan Goat Yogurt

Written by Sharon Bice on . Posted in Recipes


What’s your flavor?

We asked a number of our favorite bloggers what they love to pair with Redwood Hill Farm Goat Milk Yogurt. Enjoy this inspired recipe, created for Redwood Hill Farm by Dorothy Reinhold, Shockingly Delicious

Earthy, sweet-tart flavor makes a surprising breakfast, elegant lunch or snack that strays far from the usual over-sweetened yogurt path.

Moroccan Goat Yogurt with Dates and Preserved Lemon

Individual yogurt, date, & preserved lemon cup

By Published:

  • Yield: 1 cup (1 Servings)
  • Prep:

Redwood Hill Farm Plain Goat Milk Yogurt with sweet dates and preserved lemon


  • 1 tsp preserved lemon rind very finely minced
  • 1 6-ounce tub Goat Milk Yogurt plain
  • 6-7 Deglet Noor or Medjool dates finely minced
  • handful toasted walnuts


  1. Make sure the preserved lemon rind is rinsed well before you mince it. Mince enough to make 1 teaspoon. Add to a small bowl.
  2. Add yogurt and 6 minced dates to the bowl, and stir well. Taste, and add the final date if you want it sweeter. Scrape yogurt into a serving dish or pretty glass, and top with toasted walnuts.
  3. For an amusing presentation, slice a date lengthwise and add the spears to the top as a fun garnish. Enjoy!


Comments (2)

  • Carolyn Granlund


    I’ve only had the yogurt and I just love it.. Costly here in N.E. but worth it. Where do I sign for a coupon with Promo code of BLEAT BLOG ?/ Carolyn.


    • Sharon Bice


      Hi Carolyn! Thanks so much for your comment. If you’d like to try the kefir, check for it at your favorite natural or specialty food store there and if you don’t see it on the shelf, ask the dairy buyer at that store to bring it in for you…it’s available where ever the yogurt is available. Coupons? Fill out the form at our contact page and in comments mention the Bleat Beat and we’ll “snail mail” a few coupons to you! Happy New Year to you… ~Sharon


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