Last week, I met up with a whole load of school friends. It was great fun and the last 20 years (oh my goodness!) hadn’t seemed to have changed anyone – the only difference being the amount of children surrounding us all.
One of the things we talked a lot about, whilst reminiscing about school, was ‘food’. There was talk of midnight feasts, delicious chocolate biscuit cake, a great Aunt’s yummy fudge, eating tins of condensed milk wrapped in duvets on a Saturday morning. It was no wonder that everyone seemed slimmer now than all those years ago and quite bizarre that keeping trim was not high on our teenage girls’ agenda.
Everyone seemed to remember a recipe my mother used to make when we’d roll home for the odd weekend. I now make it for my husband and children and they can’t get enough of it. It’s really easy and the grapes allow you to at least get a bit of fruit into the children!
Soph’s Mother’s Grapes & Yoghurt
- 1 large tub of natural yoghurt
- 1 large tub of double cream
- Green seedless grapes
- Muscovado sugar (as much or as little as you want)
Whip the cream in a large bowl until stiff.
Mix with the yoghurt, grapes and sugar.
Job done and absolutely no condensed milk!