A Dairy Dream for Shavuot

— by Dakota Marine

On a recent trip to the supermarket, I bought some beautiful ripe, red strawberries. I wanted to make something cold, sweet, creamy, fresh and fruity for Shavuot. I came up with a great combination for a light dessert, or snack.

I washed, hulled and halved some juicy strawberries. Then I opened a container of plain greek-style yogurt, and drizzled in some honey for sweetness.  

Recipe continues after the jump.

Cartoon Courtsey of Yaakov “Dry Bones” Kirschen.
Next, I took a knife and spread the yogurt on top of the strawberries like icing until it covered their entire top. Then, for a crunch, I sprinkled miniature chopped walnuts on top of the layer of yogurt. I placed the sliced yogurt-covered strawberries into a container with a lid, and put them in the freezer for about four hours.

Later in the day, after returning home from a long walk, I was hot and wanted something to cool me off. I pulled out the container to find the strawberries frozen solid. I plopped a frozen strawberry half into my mouth. The yogurt melted into a creamy liquid, and along with the crunch of the nuts the taste was soothing. This snack was a dairy dream, filled with delicious flavors.

Dakota Marine is the creator of Eat My Tailgate, where she takes us into her sorority’s kitchen.

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