Raspberry Semifreddo

Semifreddo is a refreshing frozen yogurt dessert and although great for summer weather, I make it all year round. With eggs and yogurt in it, I know it’s a healthy treat to serve my family and that makes me feel good.Looking very elegant and being extremely simple to make, it’s perfect for dinner parties. And you can make it days ahead of time, which means you can relax knowing dessert is taken care.
Raspberry Semifreddo
2 cups plain yogurt
3 eggs*
1/3 cup honey

1 cup fresh raspberries (about 8 oz), mashed slightly
1 teaspoon organic sugar
Thoroughly mix yogurt, eggs and honey. Line a loaf pan with parchment paper, folding the corners. Pour in the yogurt/egg mixture. Place in freezer for 1 1/2 to 2 hours. Mix raspberries and sugar together, mashing slightly. Allow to sit for 10 minutes. Pull out the semifreddo and break open the center of the loaf, Add the berries and swirl into almost frozen semifreddo loaf. Spread evenly- so it freezes with a flat “top”. Allow to freeze 6 hours or overnight.
Pull out of freezer about 10 minutes before serving. Place upside down on plate, removing paper. Cut into slices and serve.
*Please choose fresh free range organic eggs.
This recipe comes from my ebook, Simple Desserts. 30 easy to make recipes, like this one, for effortless entertaining and simple recipes for your family’s enjoyment. This beautifully illustrated e-book is a perfect help for any get-together, the desserts served are sure to be crowd pleasing! A bonus event planning guide is included in the back of the book. Click here to get your copy today!


About Rachel Jones

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  1. Anonymous on 10/08/2013 at 11:34 pm

    This sounds really good. I’m just worried about the raw egg. Is that safe? What is the purpose of the egg?

  2. Mel on 10/11/2013 at 6:20 pm

    This looks amazing! And since we have our own eggs, I don’t have to worry about where my eggs come from 🙂 Thanks for sharing!

    • Anonymous on 10/28/2013 at 1:29 pm

      I am preparing the side of my house for a few chickens next Spring. I can hardly wait to eat my own, home raised eggs!!!

  3. Anonymous on 10/28/2013 at 7:43 am

    This was really yummy, a little too much honey for me, but I can just drop that down next time. Question though… It went a little icy, any thoughts why and what I could change? Thanks

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