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Chocolate-covered strawberries and yogurt: the trending dessert that blew up the web

Tetiana KoziukFood
Chocolate-covered strawberries and yogurt: the trending dessert that blew up the web

Strawberries are not only a healthy summer berry, but also a great ingredient for a variety of pastries and original and delicious desserts.

On her Instagram page, food blogger Oksana, known as ksu_foodblogger , shared a recipe for a trendy strawberry dessert that is made without sugar and baking.

Recipe for strawberries with chocolate covered yogurt

Ingredients:

  • strawberries - 250 g
  • yogurt - 2 tbsp
  • chocolate - 150 g

Method of preparation:

1. First, prepare the strawberries, namely wash and peel off the tails. Cut into cubes and put into a bowl.

2. Add the yogurt to the strawberries and mix.

Strawberry dessert without baking and sugar

3. Next, cover a cutting board with cling film. Spread 1 tbsp of the strawberry mixture into circles. Leave in the freezer for several hours.

4. When the strawberries are frozen, prepare the glaze. To do this, melt the chocolate in a water bath.

Strawberries in chocolate

5. Roll each strawberry circle in chocolate and leave it in the refrigerator for a few minutes to harden. Enjoy!

Earlier, OBOZREVATEL reported how to make frozen yogurt without sugar and baking.

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