Too busy to cook? Or simply feeling lazy?
At the risk of sounding like a telemarketer, have I got the pudding for you!
This mini berry pudding only has five ingredients and takes less than 10 minutes to make. Two of the ingredients are merely bashed into pieces and there's hardly any cooking to speak of. You could serve this up at your next dinner party and people would ooh and ahh, little knowing that you whipped it up as they were pulling into your street.
I'm talking maximum pleasure for minimum effort.
It's a delicious pudding, too. The sweet chocolate base goes superbly with the tart stewed berries and the creamy blueberry yoghurt. It's rich but not too sweet - I didn't add any sweetener to the berries but you could add a teaspoon of sugar or honey if you have a real sweet tooth.
So get off the computer and toddle off to the shops. Buy some chocolate biscuits, berry yoghurt, frozen berries and roasted pistachios.
Make it. Eat it.
Now aren't you glad you cooked? Of course you are. Give yourself a pat on the back.
Note on ingredients: this dish was made with Chobani Greek Yoghurt, which recently launched in Australia. I was sent a sample box containing the berry, pineapple, peach, strawberry, mango and vanilla flavours. I love the thicker consistency and creamier mouthfeel of Greek yoghurt and can't understand how this yoghurt is low/no fat because it tastes like it has a thousand calories. Chobani Greek Yoghurt is currently made in the US but there are plans to produce it in Australia, too.