Creamy, delicious vanilla yogurt parfait with banana, cocoa, and super food maca powder. We’ve topped it with cashews and cacao nibs for a nutty, sweet, good-for-you indulgence!
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Savory goodness, chock-full of super foods…this tuna salad parfait made with tangy, delicious plain goat yogurt is a lovely light meal and great way to get your daily dose of probiotics.
Redwood Hill Farm Goat Milk Yourt Parfaits pack more punch into every spoonful.
SELECT HERE to download and use our handy-dandy chart and become a parfait recipe perfectionist! Whether enjoying for breakfast, brunch, or a healthy dessert, parfaits are an easy and fun way to treat yourself with top nutrition and a healthy dose of probiotics.
Mark Your Calendars
Our annual Spring Farm Tour dates have been set…we hope you’ll join us on the farm in beautiful Sonoma County this spring. Come out to visit us during apple blossom time and spend a day with the goats and learning where your favorite goat milk yogurt, kefir, and cheese come from. We’ll have cheese and cooking demos, opportunity to milk a goat or just hang-out with the baby kids, a straw bale climbing pyramid for the kids, live music and more!
When: Saturday and Sunday, May 10 & 11 plus Saturday and Sunday, June 7 & 8
Where: Redwood Hill Farm & Creamery, 5480 Thomas Road, Sebastopol, CA 95472
Time: 11:00 am — 3:00 pm
Mark your calendars today so you don’t forget, and be sure to check back here before you head out…though it is unlikely (especially this year) but we will cancel for rain.
Has your get up and go, got up and gone? Juice up your day with goat milk kefir and nourishing greens, bursting with energy to spare. We added a kiss of apple and a handful of strawberries for sweetness and recommend including a frozen banana for an extra creamy texture. Our Redwood Hill Farm Plain Kefir packs a punch of protein and has Flourish® – a proprietary blend of 10 live active probiotic cultures. Make enough to share as family and friends will be green with envy of your renewed vim and vigor.
For more on how to get creative with kefir and yogurt smoothies, check out our…
Who says holiday dishes can’t be healthy? By adding kefir and fibrous parsnips to traditional mashed potatoes your guests will enjoy up to a whopping 10 grams of fiber per serving without missing a beat. A tummy-taming pour of Redwood Hill Farm Goat Milk Kefir adds creaminess, a delightful tang and beneficial bacteria to boot. For a lactose free option use our Green Valley Organics kefir. Try our tempting add-ons to take this showstopper over the top.
Switch It Up, Switch It Out
We whipped up our Parsnip-Tater Mash with goat’s milk kefir because we love its creamy texture and rich tanginess. But if you’re out of Redwood Hill Farm Plain Goat Kefir or have a hankerin’ for cow’s milk products, our Green Valley Organics Lactose Free Kefir, Yogurt or Sour Cream make fine alternatives. Each adds an exceptional creaminess and nutty flavor without any lactose. Substitute the kefir and yogurt 1:1 and the sour cream 3/4 cup per every one cup of kefir. Substitute Redwood Hill Farm Plain Goat Yogurt 1:1 too!
Tres Leches Cakes is a classic Mexican dessert traditionally made with yellow cake drenched with sweetened condensed milk, evaporated milk and cream; topped with whipped cream and a cherry. We make ours in individual dessert cups (no sharing required!) and switch out the milks for our creamy goat’s milk yogurt and tangy kefir mixed with a splash of evaporated milk and vanilla. The result is a light and refreshing fruity dessert that’s a feast for the eyes and taste buds.
Make it Lactose Free: Substitute Earth Balance Buttery Spread for the butter, Green Valley Organic’s Lactose Free Blueberry Pomegranate Acai Kefir for the Redwood Hill Farm Kefir, Green Valley Organics Lactose Free Honey or Vanilla Yogurt for the Redwood Hill Farm Yogurt, and Soy Whipped Cream for the regular whipped cream.
Buy Local: An Array of Farm Products Are Just a Click Away
From goat milk caramels to herb-infused soap, find out about America’s homespun harvest.
“It’s a locavore age, with many consumers deeply invested in the source and story behind everything from their face cream to their goat’s milk gouda. As food trends shift back to the land, farm-fresh products are gaining more traction. Family-owned farms offer a remedy to faceless corporations, and offer products crafted with consideration and care. From the old-world Italian “pork butter” (aka spallacia) created at Iowa’s La Quercia to the natural beauty products concocted by high-end Rhode Island apothecary Farmaesthetics, it’s a good time to celebrate the homegrown goodness offered up at farms across the country.”
Read the entire article at HGTV Gardens
Women’s Running Magazine
“I’m picky about my yogurt. I want it minimally processed, sweetish but low in sugar (and no cheating with fake sugars), high in protein, creamy and not from a giant cow-milking factory (that grosses me out). Goat yogurt is high in calcium, and naturally low in lactose so it doesn’t mess with my stomach.”
~ Elite Runner Lauren Fleshman
Jennifer Bice of Redwood Hill Farm & Green Valley Organics
by Kathleen Thompson Hill
How many 4-H or Future Farmers of America members dream of making their childhood interest, adolescent affinity or high school passion into a full-fledged business? Many future farmers grow up on farms or in rural areas, and some know no other lifestyle. Animals become their best friends. Jennifer Lynn Bice’s story is a little different…
Read all about Jennifer’s dream here! (PDF download)