When I first posted this recipe on Instagram, I was hopelessly trying to find an emoji that best matched the delicious taste of this iced dessert. When I made this for the TV show Chryses Syntages, our show producer couldn’t stop until he ate half of this loaf. And when I made it as a birthday cake for my dad’s 94th birthday, my whole family (the toughest judges!) gave me raving reviews including my father who rarely eats dessert. Continue reading
All the satisfaction with a third of the guilt. Ok, so I added some cream. You can make this with 3 cups of yogurt and have zero guilt. But, hear me, this is nothing compared to the guilt that comes with motherhood. Plus, you are not going to eat the whole loaf (are you?)!
This is healthy. And, it’s a dessert! Not overly sweet, with just the addition of maple syrup. No sugar. No cream. Yogurt and coconut milk are the main ingredients and of course, luscious blue berries. You can use any other berry you like but I do love the flavour and colour of blueberries, even frozen ones. Oh! Did I mention it’s one of those recipes you throw in a blender and turn on the knob to high speed? That’s all there is to it. Continue reading
I have long resisted the temptation of turning the gorgeous avocado into something different than a dip, pasta sauce or salad ingredient. I am so glad I finally gave in. This is my new favourite! My 6 year old can make this in 10 minutes; it’s really foolproof and SO delicious. It’s creamy, not too sweet and you can really taste the avocado but in a totally different context. Make this today. Seriously! Continue reading
The coolest, easiest dessert. It kind of reminds me of the simplicity of baby food, the kind you throw fresh fruit in a food processor, blend for a few seconds and there you have it; baby fruit puree.
Yogurt, honey and fruit, particularly peaches, remind me of summers in Greece. The best breakfast for me is a bowl of fresh fruit, topped with a dollop of thick Greek yogurt and drizzled with honey. Continue reading