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Totally Brilliant!

Uncategorized | November 9, 2010 | By

The nice people of Total Greek Yogurt have sent me a lovely consignment of their delicious thick greek yogurt to play with. As I’ve been away for a few days, I haven’t had a lot of time to make anything, but her is a quick little dessert I made on Saturday.

Instant Apple ‘Cheesecake’ 

Melt about 100g of butter in a pan.  Put half a dozen digestive biscuits (graham crackers) in a plastic bag and crush with a rolling pin.  

Add the crumbs to the butter and mix well.

I made my little cheesecakes in ramekins but you could make a larger one in a small flan dish.

Divide the butter and crumb mixture between the ramekins and press down.

Add the Greek Yogurt and top with some fruit compote.  I stewed some apples with sugar,  raisins and cinnamon, once cool it made a lovely topping for the dessert.  The combination worked well, it was not too sweet and the different textures worked well together.

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    Jhonny walker
    November 10, 2010

    simple and delish. I love Total's Greek yogurt and what a terrific french desert to make with it 🙂

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    LDH
    November 10, 2010

    Hi Janice! These sweet little desserts look delicious! I have been hearing lots about Greek yogurt but haven't tried it yet.

    I just received a case of POM Wonderful that I would like to play around with making some new recipes. Finding free time is challenging though 🙂

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    Chele
    November 10, 2010

    Yum – that apple looks really tasty and I canimagine that the greek yogurt helps to cut through the sweetness.

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    Choclette
    November 10, 2010

    What a lovely idea Janice and I really like your little glass ramekins too.

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    lynn
    November 12, 2010

    They look fantastic. Total yoghurt is about the nicest Greek one I've tried.

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    Reeni
    November 16, 2010

    What a quick and delicious dessert! I'm addicted to those Greek yogurts! So good.

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