Dog-Days of Summer Delightful Dessert

Boy is it HOT outside! No baking for me, that’s for sure.
Instead, I’m concocting a cool, smooth, refreshing dessert with a few simple ingredients.

Ingredients used
Yogurt-Lemon ‘Pudding’ ready to enjoy!

Yogurt-Lemon “Pudding”
Serves 2 – 3
1/3 of a 10-oz. jar of lemon curd
12 oz. thick, plain yogurt
Dash of cinnamon
Garnish: fresh berries
Whisk together the lemon curd, yogurt and cinnamon. Blend well.
(Note: Lime curd can be used instead of the lemon.)
To serve: spoon some of the mixture into individual serving bowls. Top with your favorite berries, and enjoy!

FYI: Lemon curd is usually stocked in the jelly aisle of the grocery store.

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  • Perfect, thank you for offering your cooking help via email :) This recipe looks delicious. I will try this the next time I purchase strawberries :D


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