19 November 2013

Trifle and passionfruit greek yogurt


. I love when  a simple recipe that didn’t require any fancy tools or special equipment.
This Maracuyá (passionfruit ) don't need special tools and is a really delicious dessert.
If you don't notice still I love passionfruit so I have other recipes like this in my blog.
Hope you enjoy!

This recipe is from my personal recipes notebook.





Trifle and passionfruit Greek yogurt

Ingredients

(6 servings)

2 cups Greek yogurt
200 grams of cream cheese
3/4 cup brown sugar
1 teaspoon vanilla essence
1 teaspoon lemon zest
1 pack lady fingers biscuits (about 280 grams)
30 cc of rum
 1 cup passionfruit pulp(frozen or fresh)

Method


In a bowl mix the cream cheese, yogurt, brown sugar, lemon zest and vanilla.
When everything are 
  incorporated  add whipped cream and the half of passionfruit pulp.
 Refrigerate this mixture.
At the bottom of each glass distribute biscuit  pieces.

Moist the biscuits  with a little rum, and add  whipped cream with passion fruit mixture.
Add again biscuits pieces, cream and finish with a little dop of whipped cream and passion fruit pulp remaining.
Chill in  refrigerator for about 20 minutes before serving.


Im sharing with Joyce of Kitchen flavours for Cooking your books 








EN ESPAÑOL

Trifle de maracuyá







Es un hecho que hoy en dia se puede encontrar pulpa de maracuyá ya sea fresca o congelada casi en todos los supermercados. Personalmente es una fruta que me encanta así como la lúcuma o el mango.
Y para los que les gusta como a mí, en Desserts pueden encontrar muchos postres o cakes que he hecho con maracuyá.

Ingredientes
(6 copas)

2 tazas de yogurt griego
200 gramos de queso crema
3/4 taza de azúcar rubia
1 cucharadita de extracto de vainilla
1 cucharadita de ralladura de limón
1 paquete de galletas de champaña (o dedos de dama)
en trozos
30 cc de ron
1 taza de pulpa de maracuyá congelada o fresca

Preparación

 En un bol mezclar el queso crema, yogurt, azúcar rubia, cáscara de limón rallada y vainilla.
 Cuando todo esté bien mezclado agregar la crema batida y la mitad de la taza de pulpa de maracuyá.
Refrigerar esta mezcla.
Reservar el resto de pulpa.
En el fondo de cada copa o vaso poner trozos de galletas de chanmpaña. Humedecer estas galletas con unas gotas de ron.
Después agregar en las copas una porción de crema con pulpa de maracuyá.
Repetir colocando galletas de nuevo, crema de maracuyá y finalmente adornar con un poco de salsa de maracuyá y un poco de crema batida.
Llevar al refrigerador por lo menos por 20 minutos. antes de servir.

90 comments:

  1. First! Does that mean I get one? :)

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    1. looks delicious! So nice for warm weather, too! Is it nice there today?

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    2. Was a Little cold but tomorrow we will have nice weather!

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  2. Un poste sencillo y delicioso, ¡me encanta!.
    Un besote.

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  3. I am coveting the passionfruit like crazy:)

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  4. Simple sometime is the best. This looks so yummy!

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  5. What a delicious dessert to share with friends ! Have a good day Gloria, a hug...

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  6. Spettacolare!!!! Complimenti Gloria!

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  7. I love passion fruit but unfortunately i can't find it here! Maybe because of christmas the super markets will bring the pulp....
    Delicious dessert!!!!

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  8. This looks like something that would make a great Thanksgiving dessert!!

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  9. Gloria, it's fresh and delicious... I didn't know that the passion fruit was the maracuya... Kisses!!!

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  10. Un postre delicioso Gloria! me encanta el maracuyá. Besos

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    1. Gracias Rosana! a nosotros también, que rico es!

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  11. Looks very fruity indeed there at your feed

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    1. So relly fruity indeed, yes it is Pat!

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  12. Love passion fruit and this looks super delicious. I just want to grab one of those delicious looking glass.

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  13. I love Greek yogurt. This look delicious :)

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  14. I agree with so many previous comments, simple can be the best sometimes. This trifle is so full of loveliness. Great job.

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  15. i don't see a lot of passion fruit pulp in these parts, but i've had it before and enjoyed it. your trifles are lovely!

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  16. Es total y absolutamente irresistible!!

    Mil besos.

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  17. What a simple, lovely dessert! Another winner, Gloria :)

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  18. hey i like passion fruit as well....
    it sounds simple and tasty to me....

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    1. Hi Brian I love passion fruit too is simple and delicious!!

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  19. How nice to make these as individual trifles - very pretty!

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    1. Thanks T.W. I love indisidual servings I think are cute!

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  20. The fruit and that Greek yoghurt! I love it!

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    1. Yes the greek yogurt (or simple yogurt ) is amazing and in some récipes I use more tan whipped cream!

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  21. Supongo que vale otra fruta, aqui es imposible encontrar la pulpa de maracuya y también imposible llegar a comprarla.
    Se ve exquisito Gloria, los trifles me parecen una delicia.
    Besos

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    1. Claro Kako, pensando que están en casi invierno allá podría ser con berries congelados u otra fruta que te guste, besos

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  22. Easy to make and a delight to eat, Gloria. Love the yogurt and cheesecake mixture!

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    1. Thanks Barbara, yes I love mix the cream cheese with yougut go so good!

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  23. OMG, that is one luscious dessert! Fantastic.

    Cheers,

    Rosa

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  24. This dessert looks delicious! I love passion fruit!
    Thanks for linking with CYB!

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  25. Uh oh, I've never had Passion Fruit, Gloria. I better hurry and change that, this dessert looks too easy and delicious to pass up!

    Thank you so much for sharing...

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    1. I think you would love so much Louise, I have seen a lot of passion fruit recipesxo

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  26. I LOVE passionfruit, Gloria. The aroma and taste are irresistible.

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  27. Im agree Angie, I love how smell and for this I love so much:)

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  28. I love the ripple at the top! :-) Very creative and yummy.

    Greetings from London.

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    1. Yes I love this too CIL, is like the glass is ready to enoy LOL
      xo

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  29. I've always liked the idea of a "passion" fruit. Ha.

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    1. Yes me too but I dont know why has this nam I have to.investigate lol
      anyway I love the name in english more than in spanish (guayabs)
      Thanks for coming:)

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  30. I would definitely try them Gloria ~ Thanks for sharing Gloria ~ Take care ~

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  31. Gloria you are so creative with recipes...these trifle pots look divine...just want to have them all...lovely tropical concoction :-)

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  32. This trifle looks wonderful - all those great flavours!

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  33. Una ricetta golosissima, complimenti!!!!

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  34. It is so hard to find passionfruit here, but I hope I can so I can make this!

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    1. Joanne Chile and Peru export a lot of maracuys. (especially frozen) maybe yiu can find indome natural or latin sites!

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  35. Gloria , I love simple yet delicious treat just like this trifle :) Greek yogurt and passionfruit combo sounds fantastic !

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  36. Simple is good! Some of my best recipes are so easy to make. I hope all is well with you, Gloria. xoxoxo

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    1. Thanks dear Elsie!!this is yum!! send you huggs!

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  37. I've never tried passionfruit, Gloria, but I'd love to!

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    1. Dezzy ! I was thinking in you! I will visit you!!
      Im sure you would love passionfruit! dear!

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  38. Passionfruit is one of my favourite fruits and it does taste great with greek yoghurt!

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  39. A match made in heaven! I couldn't think of a better dessert: fresh and healthy!

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  40. J'aime beaucoup cette crème si originale !!!! Merci

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  41. I was curious as well, Gloria. The passion fruit is from the passion flower. The "Passion" in "passion flower" refers to the passion of Jesus in Christian theology. In the 15th and 16th centuries, Spanish Christian missionaries adopted the unique physical structures of this plant, particularly the numbers of its various flower parts, as symbols of the last days of Jesus and especially his crucifixion:

    The pointed tips of the leaves were taken to represent the Holy Lance.
    The tendrils represent the whips used in the flagellation of Christ.
    The ten petals and sepals represent the ten faithful apostles (excluding St. Peter the denier and Judas Iscariot the betrayer).
    The flower's radial filaments, which can number more than a hundred and vary from flower to flower, represent the crown of thorns.
    The chalice-shaped ovary with its receptacle represents a hammer or the Holy Grail
    The 3 stigmas represent the 3 nails and the 5 anthers below them the 5 wounds (four by the nails and one by the lance).
    The blue and white colors of many species' flowers represent Heaven and Purity.

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    1. Thanks Suza, I love this so much,
      thanks for sharing!

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  42. mamma mia che golose!!!! buona serata!

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