A Summer Favorite: Dessert

dangergirl

Searching For the HG
Mar 26, 2008
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USA
I'm not sure if anyone else would try this. I wasn't too sure about it either but my aunt showed me how to make it, easy and filling and just great for the hot weather.

I don't give amounts because it's up to you. Use your own preferences.

Yoghurt (full fat because it's best!)

Raisins (chewy and soft)

chopped pralines and any kind of nuts

some parsley (finely chopped)

diced cucumbers

cinnamon

a little spices (if you want)



Put them all in a bowl, mix them together, and then dip in with some baked pita bread slices...it's yummy. I usually eat it without bread or pita chips...it's just perfect and light and summery.

It's amazing.:love:
 

dangergirl

Searching For the HG
Mar 26, 2008
362
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USA
Well, I don't know about chocolate with yoghurt but that sounds interesting...it would sure add some warmth to the dish

I meant nuts though...as in any kind of nuts would be great
 

bellabird

Trying new things!
Sep 23, 2007
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West Coast
I have a yummy one.

Lemon jello (follow regualr directions)
Key lime pie fat free yogurt
pear thinly sliced
Lime zest

Put lemon jello in a cup, then a spoon of the Key Lime Pie yogurt, add a few pear slices, then top with lemon zest. So refreshing.
 
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