21 January 2015

Verrine a l'abricot (apricots dessert) Postre de yogurt y damascos









This is a special and delicious dessert!
Perfect for breakfast or lunch, greek yogurt, apricots sauce and biscuits!
I made this apricots sauce they day before, is more thick if you let in fridge all night.
You can use fresh apricots or apricots tin, not problem.

Source: La petite patisserie d'Isa
a wonderful blog with french recipes!







Ingredients
(4 servings)

10 apricots or 1 (411g) tin apricot halves in juice 
120 grams of sugar 
2 pots greek yogurt (340 grams)
2 tablespoon heavy cream
4 teaspoon  vanilla sugar
3 or 4 biscuits by glass (lady fingers type)

Method


If your apricots are fresh, wash,halve and stone the apricots.Put in a saucepan add the sugar and some water to cover and cook by a time until the apricots are almost melted.
Stirring frequently.

If you use tin apricots put in a saucepan , add some water and some sugar (if is needed only.These apricots tin  usually have sweet syrup ) and cook by some minutes only. Stir all the time.
Let cool and then grind the apricots with a blender. You should  be  a thick sauce.

Mix the yogurt with vanilla sugar  and heavy cream.

Place in the glases, first the crumbled biscuits, then yogurt with heavy cream and finally the apricots sauce.
 You can add some crumbled biscuits when you will serve.
Put in the fridge about 1 hour until serve.



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En español

Postre de yogurt griego y damascos









Este postre de yogurt griego y salsa de damascos es muy liviano y delicioso.
Se prepara con damascos naturales pero si no se tienen (la época del damasco es muy breve) se puede usar damascos en tarro o frasco.
En ese caso se le coloca muy poca azúcar a la salsa de damascos.
Tambien se puede preparar con duraznos, lo mismo si son frescos, agregar el azúcar indicada.
Si son de tarro solo un poco de azúcar o nada segun les guste-

La receta está adaptada  de Le petite patisserie d'Isa


Ingredientes

10 damascos o albaricoques
(o un tarro de damascos)
120 gramos de azúcar (si son naturales)
2 potes de yogurt griego natural (340 gramos)
2 cucharadas de crema espesa
4 cucharaditas de azucar de vainilla 
3 o 4 galletas de champaña o bizcochos (las mismas que se usan para el tiramisú

Preparación

Si los damascos son frescos, sacarle las semillas o carozo y ponelos en una olla mediana, agregar el azúcar y agua que los cubra para cocinar un poco hasta que se empiezan a deshacer.
(Si son de tarro, usar solo los damascos poner en una olla con poca agua y hervir solo unos minutos.)
Revolver todo el tiempo y que no se seque el agua.
Cuando esten listos apagar el fuego y dejar enfriar.
Moler los damascos  con un procesador o en la jueguera  y debe quedar una salsa de damascos espesa.

Preparar cuatro copas o vasos medianos. primero en el fondo poner galletas molidas (tipo champaña) reservar.
Mezclar el yogurt griego con la azucar de vainilla (o solo azucar) y la crema .
Primero sobre las galletas molidas colocar una capa de yogurt con crema y despues una capa de salsa de damasco, y encima se pueden espolvorear algunas gelletas.
Guardar en el refrigerador antes de servir.

87 comments:

  1. Hola Glorita!!!
    felía año también para tí!!!!
    Estos damasquitos son de tu casa? Se me hace agua la boca! Que delicioso!!!

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    1. Si amiga son los últimos de esta temporada!!
      Feliz Año Rosario!!
      (que tiempo que no conversamos) Un abrazo

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  2. Wau....Yummy dessert with apricots....... It looks so lovely and cute :)

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  3. Never tried anything with apriocots. I do eat the apricot seeds though, one a day as they can kill you if you eat too many.

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    1. Ahhhh Pat!! You eat the seeds?? Is better the apricot I think!

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  4. I don't think I have ever had a dessert with apricots! This sounds delicious! Great pictures too!:)
    ~Jess

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    1. Apricots are really delicious in desserts Jess!

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  5. interesting....you have me wondering at the flavor...i like the layers of texture...
    wonder at how overpowering the apricots would be and if the cream would smooth
    that out...i would try it...smiles.

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    1. Yes Brian I love this type of desserts and the kids (and hubby) love too!, the cream is so simple and the apricots are delicious!!!
      thanks Brian!

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  6. Hi Gloria, another fabulous dessert, my husband loves apricots!

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    1. Thanks Cheri, I( love too apricots!!

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  7. That's a nice dessert, Gloria ! I love fresh apricots ... so I will wait the summer to make this "petite verrine" ! ;o)
    Have a nice day !
    Hélène

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    1. Merci beaucoup Helene, Je aime beaucoup apricots, oui in the summer you will love this!!
      xo

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  8. Un dessert fresco e dilizioso

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  9. Como los damascos chilenos, no hay. Tu postre debe estar exquisito amiga.
    Un abrazo y buen jueves.

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    1. Absolutamente cierto Nathalia, este año fue uno de los años que mas dsmascos hemos tenido. Ya quedan pocos!
      Ahora tengo peras (las que dejan los pájaros y manzanas)Lo gracioso es que probé damascos de otras partes y no eran tan dulces como estos, que será,? el clima no sé
      Un abrazo amiga!

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  10. How divine, Gloria! I adore apricots....this would be perfection to eat.

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    1. Just delicious Barbara! Yes I love apricots too, this year we had a lot!!!
      I made jam, and others things!

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  11. What a beautiful dessert!

    Best,
    Bonnie

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  12. Mi piacciono tantissimo le albicocche.. e questi bicchierini sono proprio golosi! baci

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    1. aw Claudia sure you will have amazing albichocche next summer, I noticed you have amazing fruits in Italy!!!

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  13. Oh what a stunning dessert!
    I love how the tartness of the apricots is balanced by the richness of the cream.
    I can't wait to try...:)

    Big Hugs xxx

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    1. Ygraine I wasn't sure to post this ha! I think was easy but I find lovely!!
      Thanks dear!

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  14. La proverò questa estate, quando ci saranno qui le albicocche. Deliziosa.

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  15. Apricot delight!
    Enjoy your day.....water fixed?
    Cheers!
    Linda :o)

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    1. Thanks Linda, Here is so hot again ...OMY!!
      I wait for the autumn!!
      xo

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  16. Mmmm. It looks and sounds delicious.

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  17. Gloria, You sure do a lot with apricots! This is a great looking and sounding dessert! Thanks and Take Care, Big Daddy Dave

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  18. Simply delicious!!!! I love this! Besitos!!

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  19. Que delicia.....estos vasitos me encantan.....los damascos son deliciosos asi!.....Abrazotes, Marcela

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    1. Thanks Ivy! how are you doing dear?

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    2. Pretty good. Happy that is it almost the weekend and hubby will have off for two days. Thanks for asking. How are you?

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    3. Im ok Ivy only a little tired.yesterday was busy!
      But love fridays are more relaxing:)
      Enjoy your weekend with hubby:)

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    4. Thanks. Hope you got some rest in.

      Happy New Week :-)

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  21. That sounds delicious, have a good weekend Diane

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  22. Gloria, this is great! I love apricots and can imagine how delicious the little dessert is. Thanks and take care.

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  23. what a delicious dessert, un abbraccio !

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  24. A very tasty breakfast. I love Greek Yogurt and fruit.

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    1. Thanks Geraldine!! I love greek yogurt too!

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  25. I love apricots, Gloria and would love to enjoy one of your beautiful verrines!

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  26. Love to try this Gloria ~ Very creative yet easy to do, thanks ~

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  27. oh wow! Looks so refreshing! I love apricots!

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  28. That looks delicious and very pretty, too! I love apricots...my favorite preserves on toast!

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    1. Thanks Betsy! I made apricots jam too!!,

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  29. What a gorgeous colour! I love apricots. Question. If you are using the tinned ones, do you drain the syrup from the tin, or do you use the syrup?

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    1. Hi Suzy! I prefer drain the syrup usually is too much sweet!
      You can add sugar or other ifyou think is needed.
      xo

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  30. Dear Gloria, That looks like a beautiful dessert. I do love apricots!! xoxoxo Catherine

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  31. This is such a pretty dessert Gloria, I love the texture of this...looks creamy and delicious!
    Enjoy the rest of you week :)

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  32. I've never had this before but it looks SO good and it's so lovely to look at too. Well done!

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  33. Amo le albicocche e sono sempre alla ricerca di nuove ricette per poterle gustare in modi diversi.
    Hai realizzato dei bicchierini deliziosi :)
    Un bacio

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  34. Da affondarci il cucchiaino subito!!!!! Baci

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  35. It's not easy to get fresh apricots here and I usually buy the dried preserved ones. Your apricot dessert is so inviting!

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  36. A dessert really delicious! Very Well!
    Good weekend dear Gloria <3

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  37. A fantastic dessert! I must try it when the apricot season is here.

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  38. Una delizia paradisiaca!
    Un abbraccio Laura♡♡♡

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  39. Que delicia Gloria!! me encantan los albaricoques, me guardo la receta. Besos

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  40. Bravo ! Voici une verrine très appétissante ! It's like a ray of sunshine in winter !
    Bises

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  41. Oh my.. this looks so delicious Gloria! A really good dessert for a dinner party too. I really love apricots. I need to wait when I go to Italy in the summer to have loads of them. Ciao!

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    1. aw Alida Im sure the apricots are amazing in Italy!!
      xoxo

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  42. Looks delicious and so healthful Gloria! I may try to use some of my frozen peaches and see if I can create a sauce like this.

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    1. Is nice you have Frozen peaches Inger!!

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    2. Is nice you have Frozen peaches Inger!!

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  43. Lucky you with the fresh apricots! What a light, gorgeous summer dessert!!! xo

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    1. Thanlks Lizzy!! Yes this is one of my favorite!!

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