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April 11, 2012

Healthy Berry Dessert || The Smoothie Lover

As I told in my last post my brother and I had a little Birthday party for the family in the easter. And for that occasion I made a light, delicious spring-like dessert with lovely raspberries.
My brother and I are probably the biggest berry-lovers in the world. Both of us love berries more than anything else (well, almost). So of course I had to make something with berries.

Healthy Berry Dessert || The Smoothie Lover

It turned out just lovely! And actually they are quite healthy. (Omit the whipped cream, and you can even eat it for breakfast)

Here’s the lovely recipe on raspberry desserts. Enjoy!


Berry Dessert

Yield: Serves 10


  • 600 g. (1,3 pound US) raberries (you can use frozen)
  • 5 T. honey (or other sweetener)
  • Beans from one vanilla pod
  • 7 dl. (3 cups) yoghurt naturel
  • 1,5 dl. (2/3 cup heavy cream) (omit for a non-fat version)


  1. Let the berries thaw out in a bowl if using frozen. Then blend the berries together with the honey and vanilla beans. Add the yoghurt and mix well.
  2. Whip the cream and carefully mix it in the berry-mix. Make sure to be very careful, otherwise the air in the whipped cream will disappear.
  3. Transfer to small glasses or bowls and garnish with berries. Store in a cool place until serving
  4. Eventually serve with whipped cream, yoghurt natural (e.g. greek yoghurt, since it is very thick) or sugar (some people think it is too sour for dessert).
  5. Or serve with crushed macaroons - not the colorful French ones with custard. I'm talking good old-fashioned Danish macaroons you use on the Danish dessert "Old-fashioned Apple Trifle". I do not have a post about that right now, but I'll add it to my "To-make-list" in my head.
  6. Enjoy! And happy spring!
Healthy Berry Dessert || The Smoothie Lover

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