Lifestyle & Recipe | My day with may & Strawberry froyo Cheescake!


This is Mavis. She's pretty cute huh? Whenever we hang my stomach is always reeling afterwards, she tickles me from somewhere deep inside. I've gotten to know May a lot more recently, for all the reasons it's been lovely. No matter how many people you meet, once you peel away the initial formalities and in my case initial awkwardness, aren't we all just the same. It's incredible and amazing how mature people are and just what they're thinking. We both had to run some errands in Roath, so we took a stroll. Of course, there's no where I go camera-less no pretty much. So happy snap we did and oh yeah... then we made some fro yo. Strawberry fro yo. Om, nom nom. There was some Vietnamese bbq too... but that will come. All in time my children. Mwahaha.

This is so delicious and amazingly refreshing you won't believe how healthy it is! A spin off to the classic strawberry smoothie. It's slightly frozen and has that stark contrasting ginger, crisp base. That's right, it's like an icy fro-yo, smoothie, cheese cake-mess. And your going to love it, maybe double up the recipe.. it's just that good. I had it once for breakfast, one after lunch and one as dessert! Have yours which ever way you like, full of natural sugars and vitamins, it's the little fruit boost you needed! xx

  • 4            Cups frozen fruit (Strawberry in this case)
  • 5            Ginger nut cookies, crushed
  • 1/2         Cup plain yogurt
  • 1/2         Tsp cinnamon
  • 1            Tsp melted butter
  • 1            Tsp sweetener, icing sugar or honey
  1. Place the frozen fruit in a blender, or container for hand blender. Leave to rest for 5-10 minutes, this will bring it to room temperature and make blinding just that little easier.
  2. You can melt you butter in the microwave for a few seconds, then stir in with the crushed cookie crumbs in a bowl.
  3. Press these into your mould base. If you don't have one, you can use a cake tin or a bowl!
  4. Place the yogurt into the blender with the fruit, sprinkle cinnamon and sweetener.
  5. Blend until smooth, pushing down the frozen chunks as you go.
  6. Pour over the beautiful, buttery, biscuit base.
  7. Place in freezer for 15 minutes.
  8. Eat!

Decorate first if you face the patience....

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