After a long day of fasting, it’s understandable that you may want to get your hands on something deliciously sweet. With this being said, you don’t want anything with too much refined sugar in it, as this will lead to energy crashes and cravings during the following day’s fast. As a result, a yoghurt dessert is the perfect compromise with just 60 grams of sugar in a family-size dessert.
Yoghurt is rich in nutrients and protein and even has the ability to benefit your digestive health, strengthen your immune system, improve your heart health, and promote weight management. As a result, a yoghurt dessert is the ideal way to enjoy some sweetness during Ramadan, as its benefits can assist you in your fast the following day. Therefore, Orphans in Need has put together this delicious yoghurt recipe so you can enjoy many delicious Iftaars this Ramadan.
- 210g greek yoghurt
- 125g whipping cream
- 1 handful chopped pistachio
- 2 tbsp pomegranate seeds
- Approx 4 tbsp honey
- ½ tsp rosewater
- Take two glasses and pour 1 and a ½ tbsp of honey evenly into the bottom of both glasses.
- In a bowl, whisk together the greek yoghurt, whipping cream, and rosewater until the mixture is thickened. You don’t want it to be too runny otherwise it will sink into the honey.
- Carefully spoon the creamy yoghurt mixture on top of the honey.
- Drizzle the remaining honey over the yoghurt, and spoon the pomegranate seeds on top.
- Optionally, add a handful of chopped pistachio nuts. Add rosemary to garnish.
Provide Iftaar to Someone in Need this Ramadan
Although we’re fortunate enough to make and enjoy scrumptious desserts to break our fasts with, millions of people worldwide aren’t as lucky. So many individuals are forced to suffer through dehydration and malnourishment on a daily basis; however, at Orphans in Need, we want to save them from this dreaded fate.
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