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Yoghurt and Lemon Curd Fool

Yoghurt and Lemon Curd Fool

I've got another quick and easy dessert for you today - Yoghurt and Lemon Curd Fool! There is so much flavour in these little things and no culinary skills required in the making, unless you want to make your own lemon curd (I have my Mum).

I was recently sent a Hansells yoghurt maker to test out and I managed to make 1 litre of creamy natural yoghurt on my first attempt - it was ridiculously easy! There is only so much yoghurt you can dollop on your Muesli though so I decided to try and incorporate some into a super quick but tasty dessert. Natural yoghurt is quite tangy so pairing it with a buttery sweet lemon curd worked really well. The blackberries I grabbed from my garden but any berry would do - raspberries would be nice.

For a bit of added crunch I sprinkled on some crushed ginger nut biscuits but if you had the time, some homemade shortbread would turn this simple dessert into something special.

The fools can be made up to two days ahead and kept in the fridge until needed.

Yoghurt and Lemon Curd Fool


| Serves: 4 | Prep Time: 5 Minutes | Cook Time: - | Total Time: - |

Ingredients (for 1 portion):

  • 6 TBSP of Natural Yoghurt for each shot glass
  • 3 TBSP Lemon Curd for each shot glass
  • 5 Blackberries
  • Sprinkling of crushed up ginger nut biscuits


  • Step 1: Layer the yoghurt and lemon curd into the shot glass, place the blackberries on top and finish with some crushed up ginger nut biscuits sprinkled on top

| Author: Beth Sachs | Date: 21st October 2015 |


  1. Perfect quick and easy pudding :) I do like making my own lemon curd ... perhaps this is the incentive!
    Abel x


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