Friday 6 April 2012

Yoghurt Mint chocolate pots

A healthy dessert that is rich and creamy but very low in fat.


240g Greek yogurt
90g icing sugar
8 chocolate mint crisps, coarsely chopped to a crumb-like texture
1 ripe kiwi, peeled and sliced for garnish
1/2 teaspoon mint essence
1 drop green food colour (optional)


 1. Mix the yogurt with the icing sugar in a bowl until combined. Stir in the mint essence and green food colour if using.
2. Reserving a teaspoon of the chopped mint crisp for garnish, fold the rest into the yogurt mixture.
3. Spoon the yogurt mixture into serving glasses and garnish with kiwi slices. (I used toothpicks to balance mine on the tops of the glasses)
5. Sprinkle with the reserved mint crisp crumbs and chill for 1 hour before serving.

This recipe has been featured in Take a break My Favourite Recipes  issue 5 April.
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  1. looks so colorful and yummy!

  2. interesting combo....
    looks healthy and delicious :)

  3. Delicious and colorful mint chocolate pots.

    Hamaree Rasoi

  4. Wat an elegant and super tempting pots..

  5. Refreshing and cool drink !! lovely color !!

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  6. Mint choc chip is my favourite icecream so I ought to try this recipe out. Like it also as it's low fat.

  7. such beautiful presentation :) I really think these look amazing thank you

  8. I am going to make these tmz for my boyfriends birthday I think he will love it :)

  9. he has had a sneak preview and is really pleased thanks so much for the recipe :)

  10. Thank you so much for this recipe - was really delicious!

  11. Thank you! This yogurt recipe might help to sooth my sore throat! Nothing worse :(

  12. This weekend I am going to eat yogurt! I have a really bad stomach bug which is giving me loads of heartburn! Yogurt and ice-cream are the only things that seem to sooth it! Boohoo! hense why I am up at 12.45am!


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