Love this recipe
I stirred together Oregon-made Nancy's whole milk yogurt and my homemade strawberry jam! First taste test was with apple slices and then I served the mixture over fresh local raspberries! Yum! Will make again! Reviewed for Veg Tag/July.
I used a strawberry jam I made and it was very yummy. It was great for breakfast with a toast. Thanks lalaloula :) Made for the Australian Recipe swap for September 2011
Although this is very sweet, it is very good! We used organic strawberry jam and Dannon strawberry yogurt. We dipped fresh strawberries in it, and we even dipped some bacon in it and it was a WOW! (It was Buddha's idea for the bacon, but you know guys and bacon, lol). Turned out wonderful. So if your serving waffles with bacon, and use this over your waffles, don't worry if it gets onto the bacon, it will taste great too! We felt it would go great over ice cream or even as a dip for graham crackers. Many possibilities, thanks for sharing. Made for Photo Tag.
Very good! I used cherry flavoured jelly. I also thickened my yogurt by draining the whey out for a few hours.
Very Tasty Dessert. I made it with raspberry jelly, oh so yummy. Thanks for sharing :)
Very quick and delicious! This is also great as a brunch side dish. Thanks, Lalaloula, for a terrific recipe! Made for Veggie Recipe Swap.
A lovely new dessert! Lalaloula was kind enough to explain to me that the red fruit jelly mentioned here is not really jam or jello, but fruit cooked with sugar (like for a crumble or cobbler). Unfortunately the closest I had was high-fruit strawberry jam and it was great with that but I can't wait to make it properly with fresh strawberries next summer! Thanks for a healthy yummy dessert!
If you have sweet tooth this is a quick and easy treat. Made with plum jelly and plain Greek yoghurt, yum. And Loula is correct this would make a great topping for pancakes or waffles. Thanks so much for the post.
I usually add blended fruit to the baby's yogurt but was fresh out ... I did however have jelly. Made this for her and had some myself. I can think of a ton of ways to use this - Thanks