Blueberry Yoghurt

  • Servings : 1
  • Prep Time : 5m
  • Cook Time : 5m
  • Ready In : 10m

Blueberry yoghurt is blue food the natural way. I like to use blueberries in yoghurt because they are so delicious and delicate (and expensive so no point hiding them in other purees).

Nutrition Note: sweeten natural or greek yoghurt with seasonal fresh fruit to avoid added sugar found in store-bought fruit yoghurts. It’s also much cheaper than buying children’s individual tubs.

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  • ½ cup blueberries
  • 1 ripe pear, peeled, cored and chopped
  • ¾ cup water
  • 3 tbsp plain Greek or natural yoghurt


Step 1

Place the blueberries, pear and water in a pot and bring to the boil over high heat. Reduce the heat and gently simmer for 3 minutes or until slightly softened.

Step 2

Puree the blueberry and pear mix until silky smooth. -

Step 3

Place the fruit puree in a small bowl, stir through the yoghurt and serve.


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Recipe Comments

  1. posted by Christine on October 26, 2014

    Hi there, does the yogurt keep as long as the date on the natural yogurt tub or would it be sooner given it has fruit in it?

    • posted by Allie on November 10, 2014

      I would mix the blueberry through it fresh, so you could freeze the blueberry mix in small portions and add it when you need it. Ax


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