Greek Desserts: Yogurt with Honey2011-06-02
- Servings : 1-2
- Prep Time : 3m
- Cook Time : 0m
- Ready In : 3m
The following is a desert that you can’t really imagine how easy it is to make and how tasty it can be…
If you go to a Greek restaurant this one is a typical dessert served that rarely people appreciate. To be honest I never appreciated when I was at home and my mother usually was making it for her.
Reading a little bit more about Yogurt with honey you find out that it’s really good for the digestive system also…mmm that’s something I didn’t knew..
Well, how difficult it is?…
- 1/2 - 3/4 cup of strained Greek yogurt per serving
- 1-2 teaspoons of Greek thyme honey per serving
- crushed walnuts and/or almonds (optional)
First you find a nice Greek Traditional Yogurt… Nothing too difficult about that, as they sell Total Greek Yogurts almost everywhere in the UK.
Then…you find honey… simple!
Mixing Yogurt with honey adds a very distinct flavour, the thickness of yogurt together with the sweetness of yogurt leaves a real different taste to your mouth than the one that you have used to.
You can add to it if you want by adding walnuts…almonds ..or fruits… There are various variations to that and you can just keep on creating..