|by Norma Fleming Murray|
For years, restaurateur Norma Murray has been encouraged to publish a cookbook to include her famous and most sought-after recipes.
1 - 10 of 538 for fruit yogurt
In a small bowl, combine yogurt, sour cream, ... with assorted fresh fruit such as whole ... melon wedges and apple, pear or banana slices. Makes 1 2/3 cups.
Chop and sugar your fruit. Then layer in parfait glasses: Fruit, yogurt, granola and nuts. Repeat layers. (Lovely for brunch.)
Heat oven to ... minutes; cool. Mix yogurt and 1/2 cup ... least 8 hours. Cut into squares; top with fruit. Refrigerate any remaining dessert. 9 servings.
Make a crust ... pie plate. Fold yogurt into Cool Whip. Fold fruit into this mixture. ... from freezer before serving or microwave 20-30 seconds to thaw.
Using large mixing ... minutes, fold in fruit yogurt and beat for ... and freeze until hardened. Remove from freezer 10 minutes to soften before serving.
In a small ... orange peel. Arrange fruits in sections in ... with leaf lettuce. To serve, pass Honey Lime Dressing or Orange Yogurt Dressing. Yield: 24.
Combine fruit and yogurt; then fold ... in refrigerator. Garnish with additional whipped topping and fruit, if desired. Store any leftover pie in freezer.
In small pan, ... blender mix 2 fruit yogurts and 1/8 teaspoon ... Pour into pie crust. Decorate with 2 cups sliced fruit after chilling pie for 3 hours.
Drain juices from canned fruit into a 1 ... into thickened juice. Refrigerate. When ready to serve, add bananas and yogurt. Mix lightly. Makes 6 servings.
Combine yogurt and Amaretto. Use as topping for fresh fruit of your choosing: berries, sliced peaches, grapes, bananas, etc.
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