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Yogurt and Strawberry Wobbles!

Posted on September 15, 2014 by in desserts

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Yogurt, eaten in tubs-full in my house at the moment! no, not low-far Bulgarian kind….. thick lusciously creamy Greek-style yogurt!

Yogurt has practically taken over the dairy aisle! It’s getting more and more difficult to see the more traditional dairy foods, such as cottage cheese, buttermilk and sour cream, in the sea of yogurt options. In our local supermarket, the dairy isle is more than half filled with various yogurt options. Desperate mothers are fooled to believe that they are giving their children a healthy alternative to sweets, if they give them fruit flavored yogurt! When last did you check the sugar content of those yogurts, not to mention the list of colorants? I know plain yogurt will not go down too well with most children, but there are ways to make it more child-friendly and delicious!


Fairview just announced the release of their free range strained yoghurt. The yogurt is free from starches, stabilizers, sugar, flavourants and preservatives. This full fat yoghurt is made only from the milk of pasture-fed Jersey cows and traditional yoghurt cultures.  A natural process involving drainage through muslin cloth (to avoid the need for moisture-binding starches and stabilizers) is used to make the unique yoghurt. Fairview strained yoghurt is rich and creamy, and can be mixed with fruit, nuts, honey or any other topping of your choice.

I use yogurt in so many dishes and feel “rich” if I have a tub of full-fat yogurt in my fridge! This time round, I wanted to treat the kiddos……. and hubby! Yes, even at 14, 16 and 42 they wobbled with delight eating these Yogurt and Strawberry Wobbles!


Yogurt and strawberry Wobbles

makes 6 portions


1 packet Moirs Strawberry Jelly

I packet Moirs Pineapple Jelly

about 5 – 6 big strawberries – cut in small blocks

600 ml boiling water

2 x 150 g Fairview Full Fat Yogurt


Pour the red jelly powder into a bowl and add 300 ml boiling water. Stir until all the jelly has dissolved. Cool, but do not allow the jelly to set. Cut the strawberries in small cubes and mix with the red jelly.  Spray 6 jelly moulds with Spray ‘n Cook and fill it halfway with the red jelly and strawberry mixture. Place in the fridge to set. Once the red jelly has set, mix the pineapple jelly also with 300 ml boiling water and allow to cool. when it has cooled down, mix it with the yogurt and fill the glasses to the top with the yogurt/jello mixture. Set in the fridge until needed, un-mould and  see how the children’s faces light up when they eat the Jelly wobbles.


For a more grown-up version, make a Panna Cotta Jelly for the creamy layer.

Panna Cotta Jelly

160ml milk
300ml  cream
50g caster sugar
2 t gelatine – dissolved in 50 ml water
5ml vanilla extract


Pour the gelatine in a glass bowl and add the water. Leave for a few minutes to sponge. Pour the milk, sugar, cream and vanilla in a pot and bring to a boil. Add the gelatine and stir until dissolved. Cool the mixture and then pour it on top of the red jelly mixture and place in the fridge to set.

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3 Responses to “Yogurt and Strawberry Wobbles!”

  1. Anisha 19 September 2014 at 7:25 am #

    Hi. where would i find this fairview yogurt? i don’t see it at my stores. i assume it is gelatine free if no stabiliser is used? thanks for the wonderful recipes.

  2. Lisa 29 September 2014 at 3:14 pm #

    Lemon posset – o my Good Lord – the best thing I ever tasted!


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