Hello everyone, So I am back after long time, its almost 1 year and 7 months, I was away from blogging, was more focused with my photography projects. Blogging made me to be in touch with many people in food fraternity. I started with 1 post in one week, gradually with good response from people I started to work more seriously with blogging. At one point of time, something strike in my mind about making group in blogging by posting different recipes with one theme concept, and thats how Foodiemonday was born. Foodiemonday bloghop was my baby, is my baby. due to many things I had to took break from this, because I was not able to manage my photography projects and blogging at the same time. So I took a break. Now I am settled properly with my photography career. In blogging you make/create recipes and share it with people. It was almost not possible for me to make or create something which I can write, shoot and share with you all.
My fellow blogger friends, All the foodiemonday people, They all took care of this baby, I am so so grateful to all of them, the oldest one to the newest one. Its wonderful to see that all of them still go and go on with different themes and different recipes. I have no other words to say a big Thank you to all you my Foodiemonday ladies. :)
Here, with all my heart I am back with Foodiemonday Bloghop again. And want to be a part of it again. This time we all are back with some #Lassi recipes. And I wanted to start my blogging something sweet. Yes, Its a Sweet Lassi. A Raspberry Lassi, Indeed a delicious and Pinky way to celebrate my first post after 1.5 year, and that too with my baby foodiemonday bloghop. You can take this as a refreshing breakfast too. its healthy and refreshing berry drink. A drink with Very berry yogurt. for that you need to check out the recipe below. Check the recipe and enjoy it, do drop your comments if you try it or love to try, share your thoughts. ;)
1 cup yogurt
1/2 cup milk
1 cup frozen raspberries
2 to 4 tbsp sugar
1. Place all ingredients in a blender and puree until smooth, starting with only 2 tbsp sugar.
Taste and adjust sugar as needed. Blend again if you add more sugar.
Pour into glasses. garnish with some raspberries.