Features Caramelised Fruit with Greek Yoghurt

Published on March 7, 2016

Caramelised Fruit with Greek Yoghurt

This caramelised fruit with Greek yoghurt recipe is the latest in our series from our friends over at EatandThink. We hope you enjoy it as much as we did…

Serves 2
Prep and Cook Time 40 minutes
Gluten Free

300g 0%-fat Greek yoghurt
15g coconut oil or butter
60g oats
1 pear
1 apple
1 tbsp demerara sugar
1 tsp cinnamon

Nutritional Tips

Although this recipe takes time to prepare it’s a fantastic post-workout recovery snack. You can make a larger batch of the fruit and store it in an airtight container in the fridge to save time later in the week.
The combination of Greek yoghurt and fruit provides a great balance of carbohydrate for replenishing energy and protein for muscle growth and repair…. It helps that it’s incredibly tasty too!


1 – Heat oven to 180C.

2 – Half the apples and pears.

3 – Heat a pan to a medium heat and add a small knob of butter or coconut oil.

4 – When the oil has melted sprinkle over the sugar and allow to caramelise.

5 – Add the fruit face down for 1-2 minutes, moving gently with a spoon.

6 – Remove the pan from the heat and place the fruit face up in a baking tray.

7 – Cook for 30-35 minutes until tender.

8 – Plate up and serve with the Greek yoghurt, sprinkling over the cinnamon and oats to taste.

This recipe is courtesy of our friends Kelly, Louise and Veronica, all registered dietitians from EatandThink.co.uk

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