apple and raspberry “verrine” with yogurt and a gluten-free crumble (how-to video included)

WordPress is sometimes frustrating, don’t you agree, Beautiful People? It randomly disconnects us from bloggers we love, and I am so glad when I manage to connect with them again and catch up on what I’ve missed. Here is a delicious dessert recipe form a great blogger Joelle – lost and happily found! Enjoy!

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Hello, dear neighbors ! If you come over for a summer meal, chances are I will end it with a light dessert that will include fruit and not require too much prep time. This is one of them. Serving it in  « verrines » (or, to put it simply, wide glasses) is very convenient when my guests have different tastes and / or different dietary restrictions. Last time I made it, one verrine had whipped cream instead of yogurt (for my brother’s sweet tooth 😊), three had regular (dairy) yogurt, one (mine) had dairy-free yogurt, and the last two had only apple sauce and raspberries. But in addition to fruit they they all included a cookie base and crumble topping, which was the only baking I had to worry about (and a minimal one at that), since both the apple sauce and the raspberries came from my trusted freezer. 

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  1. Joëlle says:

    Thank you again, Dolly! It is an honor to be on your blog 😊

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    1. My pleasure, dear Joelle; it’s an honor to be your blogofriend!

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  2. Thank you Dolly! Sounds all wonderful, and dont put weight on the body. 😉 Hope your husband is fine, but dont tell anything about WordPress. Think there are a lot of kids want to play. LoL Best wishes, Michael

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    1. Thank you so much, Michael! Have a wonderful day!

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      1. I have/ wish to thank you Dolly! What wonderful new postings. Have a wonderful day too. Michael 🙂

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      2. The credit belongs to lovely Joelle. Thank you for stopping by, Michael.

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      3. :-)) Thank you to Joelle too, and you for reposting. Michael

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      4. Very welcome, Michael!

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  3. WordPress crashes all day for me, but it’s worth trying to get into it for your blog, your delightful stories, your wonderful recipes!

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    1. Thank you so much for your kind words, dear Mimi. Is Blogger treating you better?

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  4. spearfruit says:

    Great recipe and healthy! Thanks for sharring Dolly!

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    1. My pleasure, Gary! Sure beats TV dinners, right?

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  5. I love nutritious and yummy yogurt. Great share!👍🍵

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  6. Interesting and tasty, I believe… 🙂

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    1. Thank you so much, dear friend!

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  7. purpleslob says:

    I’m glad she included the definition of verrines! I was wondering! Sounds so delightful.

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    1. I’ve posted some verrines of my own, I believe. I think to attract your attention, Melinda, I have to make a purple one up! 😻

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      1. purpleslob says:

        Oh yes, please! ❤

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      2. Will do, after the purple fruit pie that has been made, photographed, and promised long time ago…
        I feel guilty, my favorite purple person!

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      3. purpleslob says:

        No need!! Whenever you get to it, will still be as delicious!

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      4. You are so kind, dear purple person, and I feel so bad!

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  8. Amazing all the good stuff one can mix into yogurt – thanks, Dolly! Since my (gastro area) surgery, yogurt has become one of my fav go to for mixing in whatever fruit and nuts we have at the time. We usually use the sugar free option, lots of good protein, pref organic, sometimes Greek, etc, oh and on sale, lol! 😊

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    1. It’s great that you can have dairy products, Felipe. I make my own non-dairy yogurt, using soy milk. Greek yogurt is definitely much healthier than regular one, even thought it’s a bit more expensive.
      I wish you good health and a wonderful weekend, dear friend!

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      1. You too, Dolly – have a great weekend! ps- yeah, really like the just very slight tartness in the Greek version too; I have been very lucky to be able to eat certain things other folks can’t; wasn’t even aware of it til more recently 💕

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      2. You are lucky – in my perception, at least! When I go grocery shopping, I sometimes want to scream CHEEEESE PLEEEASE!

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      3. Ahhhaha! Sometimes, me too! I got lucky this time 😊

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