Very good, flavours of green tea and pistachios blend wonderfully with fruits and yogurt. Recipe have not enough water, in my opinion, next time I'll use one more cup of water and more tea.
Sweet/tart, okay once but I won't repeat I disagree with other reviewers who said leave out the sugar. Are they using 3 tea bags to steep properly? Without the sugar I think this would be even more tart than it already was. Yes it had some natural sweetness from the fruit, but it definitely needed the sugar it has. I made recipe exactly as stated and it was pretty good. Good for breakfast this morning, but I'm not excited about having it again tomorrow. The pistachios were a nice crunchy surprise in an otherwise mushy dish. I used a bag of mixed dried fruit and I added raisins. The apples and raisins were my favorite pieces, and I didn't care for the apricot. Pros: Something new to try Cons: Crockpot takes awhile
Not my cup of tea Rather too sweet for me; as well as some others have said. I would rather just have a cup of tea and some fresh fruit with that, than put this together.
Too Sweet I agree with some of these other folks, eliminate the sugar. Mine turned out so sweet I couldn't finish it. It probably had a lot to do with the fruits I used, but either way, I probably won't make it again. Pros: easy Cons: too sweet!
As dried fruit is sweet enough on its own (even the unsweetened varieties), I would leave out the sugar. Sometimes it isn't about what is convenient (grabbing a piece of fruit and a cup of tea), it is also about satisfaction. Eating something that TASTES like you shouldn't have it can go a long way in helping to feel like you aren't being deprived. Thanks for the great recipe!
I loved it. Winter in the north means fruit is very sparse so this is a great way to enjoy the great taste of fruit.