How do you eat yours? I eat mine in this heavenly Creme Egg Yoghurt Parfait - layers of absolute deliciousness.
Is it just me or have creme eggs become smaller? They never used to be that small. I presume it is to make them slightly fewer calories or some other bizarre reason. Years back I wasn't one to ever pay attention to the calories in something and probably would have easily devoured one or two creme eggs without a second thought.
Now, however, I try to be more sensible with the foods I eat. We all have indulgences and days off occasionally, but it's about making it more of a healthy balance.
So when the creme eggs started appearing everywhere I just knew I had to make something a little more enjoyable to make that measly little creme egg last a little bit longer.
and so here we have this amazing Creme Egg Yoghurt Parfait - yum!!
I love yoghurt parfait's, they make a great healthy dessert and can really feel like a treat.
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To make this Creme Egg Yoghurt Parfait, I used these cute little clear glasses from Ikea. They are just the perfect size for making yoghurt parfaits and are great for serving dessert in at a dinner party.
The next main ingredient is those delicious Creme Eggs, but a lot of calories for a whole one that can be a whole load of your allowance gone in seconds. So instead I use just half a creme egg, per Creme Egg Yoghurt Parfait. You still get to indulge and enjoy a creme egg but in a much more decadent dessert that really feels like something naughty.
For the biscuit layer in this Creme Egg Yoghurt Parfait - I use bourbons, but any chocolate biscuit is fine.
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Creme Egg Yoghurt Parfait
This recipe is Weight Watchers friendly
- 1 Cadbury creme egg
- 1.5 cups of fat-free Vanilla Yoghurt - can use regular or Greek
- 2 bourbon cream biscuits
- 2 milk chocolate chips - purely for decoration
- 2 tbs of light aerosol cream
- yellow food colouring
- Divide the yoghurt into two, in one half add a couple of drops of yellow food colouring and mix till combine and yoghurt is pale yellow colour.
- Add the bourbon cream biscuits to a sandwich bag and bash with a rolling pin until crumbs.
- Using a sharp knife, slice the creme egg in half.
- Then you can begin layering the two glasses.
- First, add a layer of vanilla yoghurt, then a layer of the yoghurt you added the yellow food colouring to.
- Then the middle layer is a bourbon cream biscuit. Repeat with a layer of vanilla yoghurt and a layer of the yellow yoghurt.
- Grate over the top of each glass with 1 chocolate chip for decoration.
- Add half a creme egg to the top of each glass and finish off with the light aerosol cream.
- Grab a spoon, dig in and enjoy!!
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Nutrition InformationYield 2 Serving Size 1 serving
Amount Per Serving Calories 213Total Fat 6.2gSaturated Fat 3.8gCholesterol 2.3mgSodium 92mgCarbohydrates 31.4gFiber 0.5gSugar 23.5gProtein 7.2g
Linda Reilly says
Hi, just for your info you state on SW yoghurts are syn free. Unless it's natural yoghurt they are now synned. Thought I would mention this in case you want to change your wording at the beginning of this recipe. Hope you don't mind me saying. Keep up the good work I am always telling my SW colleagues about your website and how good your recipes are.
Siobhan (Slimming Eats) says
here in Canada we still have one brand that is syn free, so for us the recipe is still the same, but yes in the UK you need to syn flavoured or use plain which you sweetened/flavour yourself.