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Yoghurt and Jelly Puddings

These little yogurt and jelly puddings are so simple to make. The sweet treats are definitely #rationfriendly #lockdownrecipe . Literally four ingredients and then maybe two extra ingredients if you want to pretty them up.
Fair Cape Dairies has challenged a few bloggers to the #rationfriendly #lockdownRecipe challenge.
Fair Cape is compiling recipes using pantry staples and some of their products, to make yummy lock down meals.

Ingredients
  

  • 1 cup Fair Cape Double Cream Plain Yoghurt
  • 1 packet Jelly powder
  • 1 cup Boiling water
  • 0.5 packet Bakers Tennis Biscuits
  • Fair Cape Fresh Cream (optional garnish)
  • Fair Cape Chocolate and White Chocolate Mousse (optional garnish)

Instructions
 

  • Boil the water.
  • Take the yoghurt out of the fridge. You will want it to be room temperature.
  • Dissolve the jelly powder in the boiling water. Let the mixture cool to room temperature.
  • While the jelly mixture is cooling, crush the Tennis Biscuits. I crushed them in a tea towel with a rolling pin. Place the crumbs into ramekins or dessert bowls. Set aside.
  • When the jelly mixture and yogurt are about the same temperature, add the yogurt to the jelly mixture and whisk together. You don’t want the jelly mixture to be much warmer than the yogurt or it will curdle or separate. Whisk together until combined well.
  • Pour the yoghurt and jelly mixture into the ramekins over the biscuit crumbs.
  • Place in the fridge to cool and set.
  • When yoghurt and jelly mixture has set, add some garnish. My Chef was feeling decadent and added a dollop of Fair Cape Dairies Chocolate & White Chocolate mousse and Whisked Fair Cape Fresh Cream.

Notes

I like to make simple dishes and Em enjoys helping in the kitchen. The food doesn’t always look the best but it is always delicious!
If you use this recipe, let me know how it turns out.
Fair Cape Dairies products can be found at most good supermarkets in the dairy section.
To find out more about Fair Cape Dairies visit their website: www.faircape.com
Recipe by: Mommy in Cape Town
www.mommyincapetown.com
@mommyincapetown
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