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Blueberries with Lemon Cream

Spring 2003, The EatingWell Diabetes Cookbook (2005)

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Blending vanilla yogurt and reduced-fat cream cheese creates a topping that's as virtuous as it is delicious. Any fresh berry can be used in this recipe.



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Blueberries with Lemon Cream

14 Reviews for Blueberries with Lemon Cream

07/13/2010
Anonymous

I haven't made this, but sounds like what I made the other night, frozen fresh blueberries added to vanilla flavored yogurt.....very good and tasty! Without the fuss.

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06/21/2010
Anonymous

I think the recipe itself was very good, but the products I used didn't work the best. I would be careful using organic yogurt as it was a little too liquidy. Next time I will try the lemon yogurt like other suggested. A good low fat option to ice cream and a delicious treat on a summer evening.

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09/14/2009

I, too, used lemon yogurt....this was good and light. I mixed strawberries, raspberries, and blueberries....delicious! I didn't have any blending problems-I let the cream cheese soften a bit before blending it. I served it over shortcake for my father-in-law.

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09/01/2009
Anonymous

This was excellent. I've made it several times and tried using orange peel the last time. It's even better than with the lemon peel. This is a great, light dessert on those hot summer nights.

chef liz, San Antonio, TX

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09/01/2009
Anonymous

This was ok. The lowfat cream cheese gave it a different flavor, but we did enjoy the lemony flavor. I would prefer to just add the blueberries to lowfat vanilla yogurt.

Amy

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