The Secret Recipe Club:
Raspberry & Maple Granola Yoghurt Pots
For those eagle eyed readers amongst you who follow my monthly Secret Recipe Club posts, you may be thinking that my reveal day recipe is a little earlier than usual…….that’s because I have changed groups and I am now in Group C! I was in Group D for two years and although I LOVED all of the members in the group and I made some lovely friends, I thought it was time to move on to another group and meet more new people! The really funny thing is that for my FIRST assignment, I was assigned somebody that I know very well, and I have to say that I was THRILLED to be given her blog as my secret assignment! Gloria from Canela Kitchen is a wonderful, warm and friendly person who has a special place in my heart, as she was one of the first BIG food bloggers to welcome me to the crazy world of food blogging and also leave comments on my blog posts! She is as generous with her time and comments on other’s blogs too, and I LOVE her electric mix of recipes that she has on her own site over at Canela Kitchen. So, it is with great pleasure that I unveil my FIRST group C’s reveal day recipe, courtesy of Gloria, Raspberry & Maple Granola Yoghurt Pots, which are based on her lovely recipe for Greek yogurt and berries crumble desserts.
I would have been happy to make Gloria’s recipe exactly as she posted it on her blog, but for the fact that I had just made a large batch of Maple, Almond, Pecan and Wild Blueberry Granola, which I thought would be excellent as a substitute for the crumble mix, and as for the berries, I had a LOAD of fresh raspberries that needed using from my garden. But, I tried to keep the essence of Gloria’s recipe, as it was such a great idea for a quick dessert, or in my case, a breakfast dish too! I have shared my version of the recipe below, but, you can see Gloria’s original recipe here: Greek yogurt and berries crumble desserts and the photo below is one of hers, so you can see how lovely her recipe is!
I WAS tempted with lots of other recipes too, and I even printed a couple of recipes to try soon – Seafood empanadas (from Chile), Home made pizza (ricotta,basil and mozarella cheese), Apple and Quinoa Flan and Chile pepper chicken -Ají de gallina (A peruvian recipe). But in the end it was the raspberry harvest that dictated what I made and I was very pleased to discover such and easy recipe to use with my raspberries! Do take a trip over to see Gloria and tell her I sent you, she may offer you a cup of coffee and one her delicious cakes! That’s all for today and my first reveal day in group C……..please do pop back to see what other recipes and news I have to share with you all this week! Karen