This blackberry yogurt dessert is served warm! A low carb and sugar free recipe.
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It’s been ages since I posted a dessert, and although this one isn’t super low in carbs, it isn’t too bad and is definitely sugar free. It’s a combination of fresh blackberries and plain Greek yogurt, finished with a sprinkling of sweetener that is then melted. Think of it as a crème brûlée, except a lot easier!
Fill the base of a small ramekin with fresh blackberries, then cover them with the yogurt. I made two desserts at a time and split one 5.3oz pot of yogurt between them which worked perfectly.
Then sprinkle a small amount of sweetener over the top. I’ve tried this with granular Swerve, 100% erythritol, and xylitol. They are all good, but I think the version with erythritol came out better, and is what is shown here.
Place the ramekins under a hot broiler (you might like to place them on a baking tray first). The sweetener won’t melt and form a hard shell like it would if you were making a regular crème brûlée, but it will dissolve, then bubble a bit, then start to darken.
Remove them from the broiler and leave to cool for five minutes.
Underneath the yogurt, the berries will have started to cool slightly, forming a delicious warm mixture of flavors at the base of the dessert!Sugar Free Blackberry Yogurt Dessert -#sugarfree #sugarfreedessert #lowcarb Click To Tweet
Sugar Free Blackberry Yogurt Dessert
This delicious dessert is served warm, and made from just three ingredients!
- ½ cup fresh blackberries
- 5.3 oz (150g) plain Greek yogurt
- 4 tsp low carb sweetener eg erythritol
- Divide the blackberries between two small ramekins, filling the base. Divide the yogurt between the two ramekins.
Sprinkle two teaspoons of sweetener over the top of each ramekin, then place under a hot broiler until the top starts to turn brown.
- Leave to cool for five minutes before serving.
5g net carbs per serving, not including sugar alcohols from the sweetener