Red cherry….the only way it could be called this dessert…….a cherry and white chocolate bavarian cream. Inside a yogurt chantilly, that perfectly matches with the bavarian cream, then a pistachio biscuit Joconde, that fits perfectly with cherries. A balanced dessert, creamy but crunchy and soft……all the elements to become one of your favorite desserts. Recipes by Luca Montersino, but the biscuit Joconde: the recipe comes from Isabelle.
Yogurt and cocoa brioches: beautiful, delicious, and surprisingly simple to make. The dough has cocoa powder, so not so sweet, and thanks to yogurt inside, they are not so buttery. You can add to the recipe one tablespoon of sugar if you prefer a sweeter taste. For breakfast or every moment during the day.
Are you looking for a dessert that is not too tough on the waistline? I wanted something really amazing and with chocolate on top…..yet gorgeous, and fluffy The result is an airy, slightly tangy yogurt chantilly….. I wouldn’t call this dessert “light”…but for sure “lighter” as it has slightly less fat and calories, than a traditional mousse……. The dessert is a remake from “Gorgeous yogurt “with apricots by pastry chef Luca Montersino…. Following is recipes, you can’t fail…
Last apricots recipe by Luca Montersino, as they are not at their peak anymore. You can use frozen or canned apricots, reducing a bit sugar. A light and refreshing yogurt chantilly, layered with a sweet apricots geléé. A thin layer of delicate sponge cake to offer a crunchy effect.
Strawberries field: a recipe from the famous italian pastry chef Luca Montersino. (http://www.eataly.com/nyc-pastry/) A layer of soft limoncello sponge cake, a frothy strawberries mousse and a yogurt jelly. A fresh, soft and mouth-watering dessert. Strawberries come from my , but you can buy at the market. Hurry up, because strawberries season is going to end.