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Yogurt Cream and Berries

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For the rest of my life, I’ll never forget the bliss of my first bite of this creamy, flavorful goodness. Sublime. Heavenly.

Ingredients

  • 1-½ cup Plain, Unflavored Yogurt
  • 1-¼ cup Heavy Cream
  • ½ cups (to 3/4 Cup) Brown Sugar
  • Blueberries (or Other Fruit Of Your Choice)

Preparation

First, pour the yogurt into a bowl. Then add the cream. With a whisk carefully stir until combined. It should be nice and thick.

Sprinkle the brown sugar evenly over the top of the yogurt mixture. Do not stir the mixture. Cover the bowl with foil or plastic wrap and tightly seal the edges. Place in the refrigerator for at least three or four hours.

When you are ready to serve, place a small handful of berries (or other fruit) into a bowl or cup. Now, you can either not stir the mixture and have small visible bits of brown sugar in the finished product or you can whisk the mixture until smooth. This is how I like it. Stirred or not, spoon the yogurt mixture over the berries or fruit. Repeat the layers once, ending with berries on top.

Now take this heavenly, creamy substance and indulge. You won’t be sorry you did.

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felula25 on 8.12.2010

This is yummy, delicious, and super easy. I made it a few days ago and it was a huge hit with my hubby. We’re having a barbeque this weekend and I’m going to make a larger batch and set it out with different fruit and some granola for a make your own parfait type deal.

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kristinl on 5.23.2010

When I eat strawberries anyway, instead of dipping them in powdered sugar, I dip them in plain yogurt and then brown sugar; or I will make a parfait of plain yogurt, berries and brown sugar, so this recipe was a natural fit for me. I have to say the addition of the whipping cream, along with letting the brown sugar incorporate into the mixture for several hours, just elevated that taste. My 11-year old daugter and my husband had two helpings! (And so did I . . . ) Fantastic!! Thanks Ree~

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Lauren on 2.18.2010

This wasn’t bad… the taste of the sugar/yogurt was a bit odd to me. I’m wondering if greek yogurt would have made a nice change like the other commenter suggested!

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LippService on 2.14.2010

This is one of my all-time favorite recipes from Ree! I have made this for countless breakfasts, brunches, baby showers, grad parties, etc. I HIGHLY recommend!. It’s fabulous! If you use Greek yogurt, it will give you a little bit thicker consistency but Greek yogurt is slightly more expensive and I use it only when I can find it on sale. I always seem to make this recipe for grander occasions consisting of many people. Because of that, I have always served this in medium sized ramekins.

I also set out toasted chopped pecans and granola as additional toppings.

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KellyLaLaLoo on 3.23.2011

Super easy and really tasty!!

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jenng on 9.17.2010

So yummy – I ate most of it myself ;)

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felula25 on 8.12.2010

This is yummy, delicious, and super easy. I made it a few days ago and it was a huge hit with my hubby. We’re having a barbeque this weekend and I’m going to make a larger batch and set it out with different fruit and some granola for a make your own parfait type deal.

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Lindsay on 7.20.2010

Goes so well with all fruit. I love it. I usually use a little less brown sugar than called for and it still is sweet enough. Great recipe!

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Juanita on 6.15.2010

This recipe is amazing! It is so heavenly I don’t even mind the calories. Well, almost not. :) I’ve made it quite a few times and each time I like it more then the last.

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