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Yoghurt with Rustic Berry Coulis

Rich sweet berries and creamy thick yoghurt combine to make the most delicious berry yoghurt that is delicious for breakfast or as a guilt-free dessert.

This recipes really is a mix between a compote and a coulis, we love to rustic look and feel of the berries and prefer it to a thin coulis sauce.

If you have fresh berries you can swap these for the frozen berries however frozen berries are a great idea as they are available all year around. We like to freeze fresh berries in summer when they are cheap and in abundance to use throughout the year.

Full fat pot set yoghurt is best for a thick creamy yoghurt however if you prefer to use a low fat Greek yoghurt that will also work well.

Yoghurt with Rustic Berry Coulis


250 grams of mixed frozen berries (blackberry, blueberries and raspberries)

2 teaspoons of honey

1 tablespoon of water

3 cups of thick plain Greek yoghurt


In a small saucepan add berries, honey and water, cook on low/medium heat for about 10-12 minutes until berries are fully cooked through, keeping an eye them and stirring occasionally. Add a little more water if needed.

With a fork gently mash the berries so that they form a thick sauce. Remove from heat and set aside. Allow to fully cool.

Once the berries are completely cool, mix through Greek yoghurt. If you want a more rustic yoghurt just fold the berries through the yoghurt or if you prefer you can mix the berries through thoroughly for a beautiful ]pink hued yoghurt!

Refrigerate for 1 hour and then serve – we love to serve this yoghurt with crunchy granola, chopped pistachio nuts and extra berry sauce for a delicious breakfast that is packed full of berry goodness. Enjoy!

Yoghurt with Rustic Berry Coulis

This yoghurt will keep in the fridge for a few days so make up enough in advance and enjoy it all week.

Want more Berry recipes? Click here for a Rustic Mulberry and Apple Tart and here for our Banana Berry Smoothies.

3 comments on “Yoghurt with Rustic Berry Coulis

  1. Mmmm, yummy!

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