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A Summer Favorite

I posted this recipe a couple of years ago; however, I made it yesterday and thought I'd bring it back.  It is really becoming a summertime favorite!

Take your choice of fruit (I usually choose to use primarily berries).  Sprinkle them with a little bit of sugar and then drizzle them with limoncello (you could skip the limoncello if needed to, but if you don't need to, then use it, it's yummy!).
Let that goodness sit for a few minutes stirring it a couple of times to coat the fruit.

While that is sitting, mix up the following in another bowl:

7 ounces plain greek yogurt
1/3 cup Lemon Curd
1 Tablespoon Honey
1/3 teaspoon vanilla


Then you pour the yogurt mixture over the berries and enjoy!
A great summery dessert that only takes 5 minutes to prepare and doesn't require turning your oven on and heating up the house.

Recipe originally from the Barefoot Contessa

Comments

Amanda said…
This is a mega comment all in one:

First, this looks SOO delicious! Definitely trying!

Second, you got some amazing deals on clothes! Pants for 2 bucks! Amazing.

Last, my mom also thought it was HILARIOUS when she called one day and I told her I was sitting in the closet with my helmet on during a tornado warning. She was dying laughing! :) But if there is a chance I might get sucked out of my house and thrown around, maybe a helmet could help? It at least makes me feel better!! Ha! It is a pretty funny sight, though.

I just wish they made doggie helmets! ;)
Savanah said…
Oh wow! That looks really good!!

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