Greek Yogurt with Plums, a creamy dessert you can't get enough of. The first bite you take ensures that the creamy taste of the yogurt mixes with the sweet plums and flavorful sauce. The plums are soaked in spiced tea and processed into a kind of compote with a delicious sweet sauce. An easy-to-make dessert that you can't get enough of every day.
Greek Yogurt with Plums
Do you also love Greek yogurt? I do. The creamy, full taste is delicious. We often eat it with a spoon of jam, fresh fruit, or some honey, but you can also enjoy it with these plums that have been soaked in cinnamon tea. This gives you a delicious plum compote with just a bit more flavor.
The warm gingerbread spices, cinnamon tea, and honey make the plums a delicacy. And you don't throw the sauce away, but sprinkle it over the yogurt. And that's delicious; try it for yourself!
A delicious dessert
This is a delicious dessert that is easy to make. With lots of fiber and not too much sugar. An everyday dessert.
And do you like desserts with fruit? This creamy apple pie ice cream is irresistible for the summer. Or a delicious warm apple peach crumble in the fall. And in the summer, nice and simple strawberries with cream cheese (only three ingredients).
What do you need for Stewed Prunes with Greek yogurt?
To prepare this Greek Yogurt with Plums, you need the following ingredients. You can find the correct amounts in the recipe card at the bottom of the blog:
- Prunes - The moisture is extracted from dried plums, which gives them a delicious sweet taste.
- Tea - Use herb tea to give the plums more flavor. Cinnamon tea, licorice tea, and even ginger tea are delicious.
- Orange - You use juice and zest from the orange, giving a light citrus flavor to the plum sauce.
- Vanilla Extract - If you can get it, use natural vanilla extract, which has a slightly deeper flavor than artificial vanilla extract. With this recipe, you can make a homemade vanilla extract (and indeed, if you bake a lot, it is highly recommended because you can use this for a reasonable amount of time)
- Honey - For a spicy sweetness.
- Gingerbread spices - Give deep, warm tones to the plums. You could also use speculaas mix or pumpkin pie spice. It's a delicious combination.
- Greek yogurt - This creamy yogurt is nice and thick. This is a delicious combination with fruit and also with this plum compote.
How to prepare Prunes and Greek Yogurt
You can find a printable recipe with a step-by-step description at the bottom of this blog.
- Mix the tea, orange juice and zest, gingerbread spices, honey, and vanilla extract in a pan and bring to a boil.
- Turn off the heat and put the plums in it. Let soak for 20 minutes. Then turn on the fire and let it reduce until you have a syrupy sauce.
- Divide the Greek yogurt among four bowls.
- Spoon the plums on the yogurt and pour the sauce over it. Serve right away.
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Greek Yogurt with Plums
- 20 Dried plums
- 1 cup tea herb tea
- 1 orange zest and juice
- 2 tablespoons honey
- ½ teaspoon ground gingerbread spices
- 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
- 2 cups Greek yogurt
Ingredients you need per step are listed below the step in Italic
- Wash the plums and pat dry.20 Dried plums
- Place the tea, orange juice and zest, mixed spice, honey and vanilla in a pan and bring to the boil.1 cup tea, 1 orange, 2 tablespoons honey, ½ teaspoon ground gingerbread spices, 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
- Turn off the heat and soak the prunes for 20 minutes in there.
- Turn the heat again, and let the sauce reduce until you have a syrupy sauce.
- Divide the Greek yogurt over the four bowls.2 cups Greek yogurt
- Then top it with the plums and sauce.
- Refrigerator - The plum compote can be kept covered in the fridge for up to 2 days.