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Pucker Up No Bake Mousse Pie with Lemon Noosa Yoghurt & Raspberries

How do you feel about yogurt? Do you love it? Do you eat it for breakfast for a snack? I tend to be hesitant about yogurt: sometimes I buy a few containers with the best intentions of eating it throughout the week, only to have it sit in my refrigerator beyond its expiration date.

I love the yogurt I had in Greece and tend to prefer plain yogurt with fresh fruit or cucumbers and tomatoes. I also like plain yogurt as a marinade for chicken or a base for dips.

But what about being open minded and trying new things?

Last month I got an opportunity to try out a new-to-me yogurt called Noosa. It's actually an Australian type of yoghurt which is made in Colorado. My favorite flavor, not surprisingly, was mango, but I also really liked lemon and tart cherry.

The Noosa yoghurt was rich, sweet, and not surprisingly not low calorie. This yoghurt is definitely something to splurge on and can be a great dessert.

That's why I developed a dessert recipe using it. You can vote for your favorite recipe on Noosa's Facebook page through April 13th and might even win one month of FREE NOOSA! Make sure to check out their Pinterest Board.

Pucker Up No Bake Mousse Pie with Lemon Noosa Yoghurt & Raspberries
1 store bought graham cracker pie crust
2 8 ounce containers of Lemon Noosa Yoghurt
16 ounces cream cheese at room temperature
zest of 1 lemon
1 tablespoon lemon juice
2 cups fresh raspberries

1. Using a hand mixer, blend the yoghurt, cream cheese, lemon zest and juice until smooth.
2. Add the mixture to the prepared graham cracker pie crust and smooth out the top. Optional: make a cris cross design on top.
3. Cover the dish and refrigerate overnight.
4. In a food processor puree 1.5 cups of raspberries and put the mixture through a fine strainer to get rid of the seeds.
5. Cover the mousse pie with the raspberry sauce and decorate with the rest of the raspberries.

This was a pretty easy dessert to make and was equally liked by adults and a 4 year old! You can use any berries as a topping or even cover the pie with melted chocolate!

Have a wonderful weekend!

Disclosure: I was compensated for my time and recipe development by Noosa. All opinions are my own.


Cecilia said...

This is pie is so pretty, and it looks delicious!

Megan said...

I am exactly like you with yogurt. Best intentions… but it doesn't always work out. I would definitely eat this entire pie though!

Olga @ MangoTomato said...

You need to come and visit me!

knitplaywithfire said...

I failed to plan ahead and make this last night. But even not fully set up, this was wonderful. My sister-in-law forgot to buy the raspberries but my niece and I love lemon so we were the only ones who ate it.

Olga @ MangoTomato said...

I'm so happy to hear you made this and liked it! Thank you for letting me know! !!!!

likestobakealot said...

Question: would it be ok to use the strawberry rhubarb or even the raspberry Noosa yogurt instead of the lemon yogurt? I want to make this for a friend who doesn't like the lemon flavor.


Olga @ MangoTomato said...

Absolutely! !!!!!