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Fruit, Berry & Yogurt Trifle

Inspiration for recipes comes in all different forms for me. This time, the Fruit, Berry & Yogurt Trifle  was inspired by Gina's Red, White and Blueberry Trifle

Although I have two trifle dishes, I did not want to use them: they are just too big for one person to handle. Instead, I used a round short vase I bought at a discount store. Love things that are multipurpose: right now it's holding a sunflower.
But back to the trifle. I only used fruit and berries and yogurt. You, of course can also use cake!

32 ounces plain yogurt, drained over night
zest of 1 orange
variety of berries (I used strawberries, blueberries and raspberries)
champagne mango, peeled and sliced

1. Combine drained yogurt with orange zest.
2. Layer yogurt with berries and mango. Eat immediately because otherwise the yogurt may start to separate.

Hope you all have a wonderful 4th of July weekend. I'm spending it with friends BBQing. The rest of the weekend should be chilling out, cooking, organizing and cleaning. Let's see how much I get done ;)


A Spoonful of YUMM ! said...

oh my ! that looks SO GOOD ! i could eat the whole thing :D i like it that you've not added any sugar . have a great weekend !

Maris (In Good Taste) said...

This looks so beautiful. What a lovely presentation!

Unknown said...

Beautifully done, great colours. I love how you drained the yogurt to make it nice and thick.
Have a wonderful 4th of July weekend daaaaaahling!
*kisses* HH

Barbara | Creative Culinary said...

SO pretty...and I saw your tweet; they should have accepted it! Very nice job.

peachkins said...

that looks fantastic!

Delicious Dishings said...

Yum! That looks beautiful. Hope you have a very happy 4th!

Heidi @ Food Doodles said...

That looks beautiful! So colorful, and I bet it's so delicious! I love the dish/vase. It's perfect :D

Rachel @ Not Rachael Ray said...

Gorgeous and looks delicious! I love the addition of orange zest--takes it out of the realm of an "everyday" parfait--but still easy to make every day! Question, are champagne mangoes the type that are typically sold in stores? If not, how are they different?

lynn said...

so incredibly gorgeous! have a wonderful fourth of july!

Michelle said...

How colourful that is.I bet my 6 yr old would love it.

nicole said...

adding some cookies in there would make it great!

Anonymous said...

This looks beautiful, and strangely refreshing for a dessert.

Anonymous said...

This looks beautiful, and strangely refreshing for a dessert.

City Girl said...

This looks delicious! I love how you balanced the fruit and yogurt out (some are too heavy in one or the other). I also like the use of champagne mango for color and flavor.

Beautiful photos, too! xoxo