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Yogurt and pomegranate dessert with honey

Pistachio dessert

This delicious and easy dessert is one from the old “box”. From 2011 to be exact and it’s actually quite funny to see how my taste in photos has changed over the last couple of years. In 2011 I put the below photo on top of the post; yes the one with that pink piece of fabric (sorry Alex!). I was in my colorful fase; the brighter the better. Boy I can still remember the discussions Alex and I had! Lol… Anyway, over time it has changed and I am now much more inclined to use natural colors and natural background for most everything. A lot better for the eyes and so I find the above photo now my favorite. Regardless of the photo, this dessert is quite good and simple to make. Leave out the cream and it will be even better for you.

The little bit of rosewater through the yogurt gives it just that bit of extra and if you don’t like it you can always leave it out. It will still be as delicious. Use a good honey and some pomegranate and pistache will seal the deal. You can hardly call it a recipe but hey, its delicious so that’s what counts!



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Yogurt and pomegranate dessert
Prep Time
15 hrs 51 mins
Cook Time
15 hrs 51 mins
Author: Delicious magazine
  • 210 g greek yogurt
  • 125 g Whipping cream
  • 1 handful pistachio nuts roughly chopped
  • a few tablespoon pomegranate seeds
  • 4 tablespoons Honey approximately
  • 1/2 tsp of rosewater
  1. Take two glasses and pour some honey in the bottom of the glass. You will want a bit of a layer but not too big as it makes is fairly sweet.
  2. Put the yogurt, the rosewater and the whipping cream together in a bowl and whisk until it is thickening a little bit. You don’t want it to be too runny as it will sink into the honey if it is.
  3. Carefully spoon the mixture on top of the honey.
  4. Add another small layer of honey on top of the yogurt and spoon the pomegranate seeds and the pistachio’s on top.


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  1. I think both photos are fine! I like the light shining through the honey in the top one, and the pink actually helps the topping pop a bit more in the second one (although it looks like the topping is lit maybe half a stop brighter, too — at least on my monitor). I’d have been delighted to have taken either one of the photos!

  2. I like natural backgrounds too but every once in a while it’s lovely to see a splash of colour. This dessert is pretty colourful on top too!

  3. I always love the pistachio/pomegranate combo — delicious and looks so beautiful!

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