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Strawberry Yogurt Tart

Strawberry Yogurt Tart is a sweet, slightly tart, no-bake dessert and so perfect during Spring or Summer or whenever, as canned Strawberries are used in the filling.

Strawberry Yogurt Tart is a sweet, slightly tart, no-bake dessert and so perfect during Spring or Summer or whenever, as canned Strawberries are used in the filling.

Looking for a sweet, slightly tart, no-bake dessert ? I have you covered with this Strawberry Yogurt Tart which has been a family favorite for years.

Strawberry Yogurt Tart is a sweet, slightly tart, no-bake dessert and so perfect during Spring or Summer or whenever, as canned Strawberries are used in the filling.

We actually live in quite a confusing world ! I have noticed that more and more since I started this (mostly) food blog.

When I just started, I found that I sometimes actually enjoyed the posts more than the recipe! That is the main reason I started this blog – to interact more with other bloggers.

Ingredients and Countries !

Right, so what is confusing – Graham Crackers, huh? What is that – and it is in every second recipe. Another thing – Crescent rolls .. in a can? No way, I was lost, totally!

And what about jelly, some countries call their jam, jelly .. okay, I worked that one out. But I knew Jello is what we call jelly.

Now, only a couple of months ago, I noticed that most of our stores now carry the BRAND “Jello” which could be either jelly or instant pudding.

Strawberry Yogurt Tart is a sweet, slightly tart, no-bake dessert and so perfect during Spring or Summer or whenever, as canned Strawberries are used in the filling.

What is a Tennis Biscuit ?

To give you more info on the Tennis biscuits which I love to use – it is a normal sweet biscuit with Coconut and very absorbent.

Therefore when making a dessert like this Strawberry Yogurt Tart, the Tennis biscuit layer will go softer when a filling is added, but it will remain strong enough to act as a bond.

I had some questions about this and what can be used instead, but to tell the truth, I do not know what is available in other countries, therefore I can only tell you what a Tennis biscuit is.

Update: I have since tasted Graham Crackers and tested them on some of my recipes – slightly different in taste, but works just as well in place of Tennis biscuits !

Strawberry Yogurt Tart is a sweet, slightly tart, no-bake dessert and so perfect during Spring or Summer or whenever, as canned Strawberries are used in the filling.

To really set this Tart nicely, try to let it chill for around 4 – 5 hours. Three hours sets the Tart, but you have to be very careful when slicing and transferring to a plate.

Other than that, the Strawberry Yogurt Tart is a no-fuss, no-bake dessert which is ready to be chilled within minutes.

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Strawberry Yogurt Tart

Yield: 8 Servings

Strawberry Yogurt Tart

Strawberry Yogurt Tart

Strawberry Yogurt Tart is a sweet, slightly tart, no-bake dessert and so perfect during Spring or Summer or whenever, as canned Strawberries are used in the filling

Prep Time 10 minutes
Active Time 3 hours
Total Time 3 hours 10 minutes

Ingredients

  • 12 Tennis Biscuits, approximately ( Graham Crackers is fine to use)
  • 2 Cans (410g ea) Strawberries, in light syrup ( 2 x 14oz cans )
  • 1 box Strawberry Jelly ( Jello - 4 Serving size box )
  • 1 TB Lemon Juice
  • 2 TB Sugar
  • 1 cup Plain Yogurt
  • 3 cups Strawberry Yogurt
  • Whipped Cream, to serve (optional)
  • Fresh Strawberries, to decorate (optional)

Instructions

1.) Line the bottom of a rectangular 20 x 30cm ( 9 x 13 inch ) dish with the Tennis biscuits, keep one or two biscuits to crumble over

2.) Drain the Strawberries but keep 150ml ( 1/2 cup + 2 TB ) syrup aside – Chop half of the Strawberries into fairly small chunks – leave the other half whole

3.) Heat the retained Strawberry syrup until very hot. Add the Jelly, Lemon juice and Sugar – stir until all is dissolved

4.) In a large mixing bowl – add the jelly mixture, Strawberries (chopped and whole), Plain Yogurt and the Strawberry Yogurt – mix well to combine all ingredients

5.) Pour over the layer of Tennis biscuits and refrigerate until set ( about 3 hours - longer if possible)

Notes

Just before serving, decorate with Whipped cream, Fresh Strawberries and crumbled biscuits (all optional)

Nutrition Information

Yield

8

Amount Per Serving Calories 190.8Total Fat 2.4gSaturated Fat 0.6gUnsaturated Fat 1.6gCholesterol 3.4mgSodium 147.5mgCarbohydrates 36.6gFiber 1.0gSugar 19.3gProtein 5.2g

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Just before serving, decorate with Whipped cream, Fresh Strawberries and crumbled biscuits.

LINDA

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TRACEY

Wednesday 3rd of March 2021

Can we use pineapple instead of strawberry

Linda Nortje

Wednesday 3rd of March 2021

You certainly can, Tracey :-) Be sure to change all the ingredients which calls for Strawberry to Pineapple in that case. If using canned pineapple pieces, I would also cut them into smaller pieces (and do check the grams on the can)

With A Blast

Tuesday 10th of July 2012

Thanks so much! I looked at the site and I'll phone them as the shop is in Gauteng and I think they have a branch at a shopping center even closer to me. I'll kick myself if I find it right under my nose ;-) (with joy however!)Linda

CSI girl

Sunday 8th of July 2012

This is fantastic! looks so yummy! I hope you will link this up to The CSI project this week starting Wednesday. The challenge is Frozen treats and Push Up Pops. You just might win.Each day we have a fun tutorial and on Wednesday you can start linking up!Come on over!www.thecsiproject.com

Walking on Sunshine...

Saturday 7th of July 2012

You have some awesome desserts! Thanks for sharing!

With A Blast

Friday 6th of July 2012

Hi Sarah, I copied and pasted this little piece from the post - hope it helps! {To give you more info on the Tennis biscuits which I love to use - it's a normal sweet biscuit with Coconut and very absorbent, so when making a dish like this one today, the Tennis biscuit layer will go softer when a liquidy (I don't know where I get these words..) mixture is added to it, but it will remain strong enough to act as a bond}

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