Take 3 ingredients: Lemon Cherry Layer Pudding

It’s been an odd day.  I was meant to make an apron and post the results.  But this morning I made the mistake of looking into my pantry and discovered a jar of lovely Cherries in Kirsch.  Then I remembered that I had some Amaretti biscuits left over and some delicious lemon yogurt in the fridge.  I decided that a pudding would be more inspirational for me to make, than an apron.

Actually, I was simply being greedy!  Enjoy 🙂

Ingredients: (for one pudding)

8 small Amaretti biscuits
6 heaped tbsp lemon yogurt
A jar of Kirsch soaked cherries

Method:

In a small glass tumbler,  place 4 of the Amaretti biscuits at the bottom, to form the first layer.

Cover the biscuits with 2 tbsps full of cherries, ensuring you include some of the liquid.

Cover the cherries with 2 tbsps of yogurt.

Place 3 biscuits on top of the yogurt to form the next layer.

Cover the biscuits with 2 more tbsps of cherries, again making sure you include some of the liquid.

Cover the cherries with yogurt until the glass is full.

You can add a little of the cherry liquid on top of the final yogurt layer, to make a swirl pattern (as seen in the photo).

Place the remaining biscuit on top for decoration.

These puddings can be made a day in advance, if stored in the fridge.

Best served chilled.

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2 thoughts on “Take 3 ingredients: Lemon Cherry Layer Pudding

  1. I just found your blog by chance. It is awesome what you can do with only 3 ingrediences.

    I just went shopping an got all the stuff for your recipe. Holy ****! I just have a new favourite dessert! I let my girlfriend try some and she is going crazy for this!

    Keep up the good work!

    Stefan

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