Raspberry yoghurt parfait with blueberries and peaches

This parfait is a fruity delight for the summer ahead!

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Jul 08, 2016
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Serves 8

Most parfaits are made with meringue and cream, however, this recipe uses yoghurt as a healthier alternative. Aside from the freezing time this is a super quick dessert—whack it in the freezer at night and enjoy it around the pool the next day!

Ingredients:

260 g (91/4 oz/1 cup) low-fat Greek-style yoghurt

2 teaspoons vanilla bean paste (or vanilla extract)

Finely grated zest of 1 lemon

3 egg whites

55 g (2 oz/1/4 cup) caster (superfine) sugar

125 g (41/2 oz) frozen raspberries

30 g (1 oz/1/4 cup) pistachio nuts, roughly chopped

4 peaches, sliced into wedges, to serve

125 g (41/2 oz) blueberries, to serve

Method:

Line a 22 x 12 cm (81/2 x 41/2 inch) loaf (bar) tin with plastic wrap. Stir together the yoghurt, vanilla bean paste and lemon zest.

Place the egg whites in a large bowl. Use electric beaters or a whisk to whip the eggs to soft peaks, then slowly add the sugar, whisking all the time, until a stiff, shiny meringue is reached.

Use a whisk to fold the egg white mixture and yoghurt mixture together. Carefully fold through the raspberries and pistachios. Try not to over mix as the raspberries will bleed and turn the parfait pink.

Spoon the parfait mixture into the loaf tin and smooth with a spatula or knife. Freeze for 4 hours or overnight until firm.

Turn the parfait out, remove the plastic wrap and slice into 8 pieces. Divide the parfait slices among serving plates. Serve with the peach wedges and blueberries.

Try this: For an added nutrition boost, add your favourite seeds or nuts along with the pistachios.

Credit: Quick. Easy. Healthy. by Callum Hann and Themis Chryssidis (Murdoch Books, £15.99). Photography by Alan Benson.

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Eminé Ali Rushton

Health + Wellness Director, Psychologies

Health + Wellness Director and Author, Eminé Ali Rushton is interested in only one type of health – holistic. Holistic health is about completeness. It is a full circle that joins the dots of ‘you’ – a way of living that reintroduces your mind to your body to your spirit. To help you live happier, healthier and more balanced lives, we have created #360me – a completely holistic approach to wellness – and are working with some of the world's leading authorities in nutrition, psychology, fitness, ethical living, yoga, and wellness, to provide you with inspiration and support, every month for the next year.

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