Thursday 9 June 2011

Summer Fruits Yoghurt

A burst of summerfruits folded into smooth creamy yoghurt. A perfect kick start for  breakfast .


240 ml natural low fat yoghurt
240 grams mixed berries- raspberries, strawberries and blackberries.
1-2 tablespoon icing sugar to taste


1. Place a muslin cloth in a colander and pour the yoghurt into it, leave to drain out the water for 1-2 hours.(This is called hung yoghurt)
2. Chop up half the berries and put them in a blender, coarsely blend them.
3.Transfer the yoghurt to a bowl and add the icing sugar and mix well, fold in the blended berries .
4. Transfer to serving dishes and garnish with remaining berries.

Serve immediately.

You may like :
Strawberry and melon smoothie


  1. Sounds delicious Nayna, love it :)

  2. refreshing way to start a day...

  3. that looks so good..sounds yumm

  4. Timely recipe..very delicious!

  5. Yogurt looks simply mouthwatering. Great dessert to beat the summer heat. Missing your lovely comments in my blog. If possible do visit.

  6. Soo refreshing,delicious and excellent flavourful yoghurt..

  7. Looks tasty..

    Loved all the carvings too.

    First time here.

    Rinku - Kinnathappam

  8. Perfect perfect perfect...m going short of adjectives!! :)
    Spice n Sugar Tales

  9. love 2 eat this anytime..looks yumm

  10. great for this summer !! so refreshing and colorful !!

  11. Yummy and low on the calories too!!! Wud love to have this for dessert!!

  12. after a long back iam giving my commends....i was on a short break...i had new commer at my home..a baby girl...
    gud for this summer

  13. Colorful and refreshing smoothie..

  14. Summer in a glass and super good for u too !
    Plus to add to the fun looks so pretty!

  15. The simple things are quite often always the best aren't they!

    Many thanks for taking part in and hosting Breakfast Club!

    Helen @ Fuss Free Flavours

  16. beautiful and delicious as stupid as it sounds I have never put fruits into yogurt but looking at this I will give it a go

  17. I like desserts that are simple, healthy, and of course, tasty.


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