I’ ve had a lot of queries about how to use lemon curd given that posting the recipe for Luscious Homemade Orange Curd the other day. A few million and one ways to use it, yet I think my favorite is combining this with yogurt. Something about the rich and creamy dreamy yogurt with the sweet lemon or lime of the lemon curd is total heaven. And of course I have to add a couple of other fun things to the dish, which ends up being these ” lemon ” Berry Yogurt Breakfast Bowls.
These types of Lemon Berry Yogurt Breakfast Containers are just as tasty when produced fresh as they are refrigerated, such as overnight oats. If you prefer your own oats a bit softer, make them in advance and give the oats time to soak up moisture from the yogurt and make softer up.
There is a lot of options here. I utilized a whole milk plain yogurt, that is super rich and gives these containers a very dessert-like quality. You can use the vanilla or strawberry flavored fat free yogurt if you want things a bit sweeter, you can also even use Greek yogurt if you want an additional thick bowl. Just about any kind functions!
We used strawberries today which provided the bowl a sort of strawberry lemonade flavor, but again, this bowl will be super flexible. Blueberries and raspberries also go great with ” lemon “, and you can use either fresh or even frozen berries. I can totally find myself adding a banana inside, too. Or maybe even some coconut shreds. This is definitely a “ capture all” recipe!
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Eat this as a bowl, or layer the constituents into a jar, cup, or additional container and refrigerate to ease the oats.
If making overnight rolled oats, layer 2 Tbsp rolled oats and 1/2 Tbsp chia seed products in the bottom of a jar or even other sealable container.
Add 1/2 cup yogurt to each pot.
Then top each with one Tbsp lemon curd and 2 sliced strawberries.
Cover and refrigerate the lemon berry yogurt breakfast time bowls for at least 8 hrs to soften the oats, or even up to 3-4 days (depending about how long the strawberries hold up).
This would easily be $8 at a cafe or restaurant! St?lla till med ett!