Making a Strawberry Lassi with Fage Yogurt

As a member of BzzAgent, I often get asked to try products and this month, that product was Fage Total Yogurt. Pronounced “Fa-yay,” this greek style yogurt lends itself to cooking, as well as eating plain or with fruit.

Since I’m dangerous when cooking, I opted to use my Fage in a beverage recipe I’d been wanting to try since seeing it on Pinterest.

Called a Lassi, it is an Indian yogurt-based fruit beverage. Usually it’s made with mangos, but this recipe was adapted for using strawberries, which worked, since I always have them on hand. This recipe was found at Am*bro*sia  and took less than 10 minutes from start to finish.

To make it you need 1 pound of strawberries (trimmed and cut up), 1/2 cup honey, 2 cups plain Greek yogurt (I used fat-free Fage Total 0%), and crushed ice. Here are some photos of the not-so-ultra-hard process of making this:

Strawberry Lassi ingredients

Getting together all the ingredients for the Strawberry Lassi.

Adding the Fage Yogurt

Adding the Fage Yogurt to the Strawberry Lassi.


Strawbery Lassi ready to drink.

Pouring the finished product.

The only change I would make is maybe starting out with a little less honey and adding more if needed. It was just a little on the sweet side for me.

If you’d like to try Fage Total Yogurt in your cooking or beverages, head over to for a bunch of different ways to use it.

Disclosure: I received a container of Fage Total 0% to use for this post but, as always, my opinions are my own.

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