Prune Yogurt Parfait is a delightful combination of fruity sweetness and creamy textures just waiting to delight your palate.

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Prune Yogurt Parfait

Prune Yogurt Parfait is a delightful combination of fruity sweetness and creamy textures just waiting to delight your palate.

Nutritional Facts

Per serving

Prune Yogurt Parfait is a delightful combination of fruity sweetness and creamy textures just waiting to delight your palate.

Instructions

    In a saucepan over medium heat, caramelize the sugar until golden brown. Add the cherries and simmer, covered, over medium heat, until soft, about 5 minutes. Remove from heat, transfer to a blender, and puree. Let cool.

    In a medium mixing bowl, mix together the condensed milk and yogurt. In a separate bowl, whip the cream until stiff and fold in the diced prunes.

    Line a loaf pan with plastic wrap. In the base, spoon in a quarter of the yogurt cream, followed by a quarter of the sauce and a quarter of the whipped cream. Repeat two more times until you have just some of the sauce, yogurt cream, and whipped cream left. Finish the top of the parfait with the yogurt cream and whipped cream, chilling the remaining sauce for serving. Cover the top of the loaf pan with plastic wrap and refrigerate overnight or until firm.

    To serve, dip the base and sides of the loaf pan in a bowl of hot water to loosen, then turn it out onto a plate. Remove the plastic wrap. spoon the remaining sauce on top and and decorate with prunes and meringue. Slice and serve immediately.

Ingredients

400 sour cherries, pitted and diced
50 g sugar
400 g sweetened condensed milk (about 1 can)
300 g Greek yogurt
400 g heavy cream
100 g Prune Bits
50 g Whole Pitted Prunes
50 g meringue puffs (optional)

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