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Summer Dessert – Fruit Yoghurt

One of my most favourite parts of a meal is the dessert. With the majority of desserts being dominated with melted chocolate, vanilla ice-cream and fudge brownies, it is now wonder that people feel excessively guilty and heavy after they have consumed dessert.

Here is a recipe that is simple and quick, and it won’t leave you feeling like you consumed that enormous chocolate cake from Matilda:

1. Mix sugar and plain yoghurt in a bowl, add sugar according to your taste. Place the mixture into the fridge to chill.

2. Make custard according to the instructions on the box. Note: This is a graduate recipe therefore it is heavily dependent on easy solutions.

3. Add fresh cream to the custard and whisk the mixture until it is smooth.

4. Smooth some yoghurt into a dish and add some cut up fruit to it, I use canned fruit since it is already cut. If you want, you can add diced fresh fruit such as pineapple, peaches and cherries.

5. Pour some of the custard onto the fruit and yoghurt. This will form a layer on top of the fruit. After you have completed this step, repeat step 4 and 5 again for 2 layers of yoghurt, fruit and custard.

6. Add some fruit on top of the custard for some decoration – adding fresh cream as well. My decoration skills arn’t the best but I’m sure someone with artistic skills can make the top layer beautiful. Place the dessert into the fridge to chill for an hour or so.

Hope you enjoy this recipe as it is simple and light – being the perfect solution for hot summer days as it combines fresh ingredients such as fruit and yoghurt. Enjoy!


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