Raspberry syllabub with langues de chat

raspberry syllabub with langue's de chat

Serves 6

  • 2 punnets raspberries

  • 4 tablespoons caster sugar

  • 50 ml sweet red wine or sweet dessert wine

  • 284 ml double cream

  • 284 ml fat-free natural yoghurt

  • a few sprigs fresh mint, to serve

  • 1 pack langues de chat biscuits or any thin, all-butter biscuits

Place the raspberries in a bowl, sprinkle with the sugar and wine and set aside for a few minutes to macerate.



Whip the cream to very soft peaks in a separate bowl and stir in the yoghurt. Fold half the cream and yoghurt mix into the raspberry mixture to get a bright pink cream. Now gently fold in the remaining cream and yoghurt mix to give a ripple effect. Divide between 6 glasses or tumblers.



Top each with a mint sprig and a few langues de chat biscuits poked in the top.

Nutritional Information

Raspberry syllabub with langues de chat

A super-quick summer dessert

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Serves 6
15m
Super easy
Method

Place the raspberries in a bowl, sprinkle with the sugar and wine and set aside for a few minutes to macerate.

Whip the cream to very soft peaks in a separate bowl and stir in the yoghurt. Fold half the cream and yoghurt mix into the raspberry mixture to get a bright pink cream. Now gently fold in the remaining cream and yoghurt mix to give a ripple effect. Divide between 6 glasses or tumblers.

Top each with a mint sprig and a few langues de chat biscuits poked in the top.

Nutritional Information Amount per serving:
  • Calories 570 29%
  • Carbs 38.8g 17%
  • Sugar 30.1g 33%
  • Fat 40.0g 57%
  • Saturates 25.0g 125%
  • Protein 8.2g 18%
Of an adult woman's guideline daily amount

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