White Chocolate Yoghurt with Berries

Thinking of giving your kids a 'healthy' treat? Don't be fooled by the picture. This is super-easy to make and your children can help too. This recipe is like a good pair of jeans; you can dress it up or down as you like.


Serves 3-4

500ml natural farmhouse yoghurt
150g white chocolate
1 punnet blueberries
1 punnet black berries
1 punnet raspberries
1/2 tablespoon sugar

Heat a pan of water over medium heat. Place the chocolate in a bowl and place the bowl over the pan of simmering water (the water must not boil). Let the chocolate melt gently.

Once the chocolate has melted, allow it to cool slightly. Add ½ cup yoghurt and mix well together. Add the remaining yoghurt and stir through.

Place the blue berries, blackberries and raspberries in a bowl and mix through ½ tablespoon sugar.

Divide the yoghurt between 3-4 glasses (or bowls).

Spoon the berries on top. Sprinkle over a little caster sugar and serve.



Voor 3-4 personen

500ml boerennaturel yoghurt
150g witte chocolade
1 bakje zwarte bessen
1 bakje bramen
1 bakje frambozen
1/2 eetlepel suiker

Verwarm een pannetje water op medium vuur. Doe de chocolade in een kommetje en zet dit op het pannetje met kokend water (water mag nu niet meer koken), laat zachtjes smelten.

Als de chocolade gesmolten is, laat deze licht afkoelen. Voeg dan ½ kopje yoghurt toe en meng het goed door elkaar. Voeg daarna de rest van de yoghurt toe.

Doe de zwarte bessen, bramen en frambozen in een kommetje en meng er ½ eetlepel suiker doorheen

Verdeel de yoghurt over 3-4 glazen (kommetjes.)

Lepel het bessenmengsel erop. Bestrooi eventueel met wat fijne suiker.


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White chocolate panna cotta with apricots

For about 6 servings

600ml cream
150ml milk
60g sugar
7g  gelatine leaves
200g white chocolate
9 apricots
3 tablespoons honey
Marsala or Vin Santo (optional)

Put the cream, milk and sugar into a saucepan and melt the sugar, stirring occasionally. Meanwhile, soak the gelatine leaves in cold water for a few minutes.

When the cream begins to bubble up the sides of the pan, take the pan off the heat. Stir in the white chocolate until melted. Squeeze excess water from the gelatine and add them to the mixture, stirring to dissolve. Pour into 6-8 dariole moulds or cups. Stand the moulds on a tray and refrigerate for 5-6 hours or overnight until set.

Preheat the oven to 200° C. Halve the apricots, remove the stones and lay them, flat side down, in a roasting dish. Spoon over the honey and roast in the oven for 8-10 minutes. An optional extra is to add 2 tablespoons Marsala or vin santo to the apricots before roasting.

Dip the base of the cups or moulds in hot water for 10-15 seconds to loosen the panna cotta. Turn each panna cotta out onto a plate and serve with the roasted apricots. Spoon the juices from the apricots over (thinned out if necessary with a little extra Marsala or vin santo).

We, the Amsterdam Flavours chefs, hope you enjoy this recipe as much as we do. If you have any questions on how to prepare it or just want to send us your feedback, you can reach us here Contact Amsterdam Flavours