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Blueberry Quark Dessert – Easy Peasy

 

This one is really easy. And it does not require very extraordinary ingredients either.

 
Just when the incredible summer heat started I started thinking: what can I do to reduce the effect of southern-like weather? I come from the south, yes, but I had forgotten this kind of hot summer!

 

When I went to the market to look for ideas, I saw the lovely blueberries, yes, that was the solution. Just mix blueberries (or raspberries, or strawberries…) with quark, add a bit of sugar, mix it with a blender or a food processor and you’re done!

 

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There is one secret ingredient in this one though.. Secret, because you do not see it from outside, but when you reach the bottom of the glass, there it is: a biscuit! I did it with creamy domino biscuits, you can use a different one if you like. I knew that I would leave the dessert in the fridge overnight to really cool down so I put the biscuit as a whole. Within that time the whole biscuit piece absorbed bit of the quark mixture and got softer, otherwise it would not be easy to eat it. So I suggest, if you plan to leave the dessert in the fridge for a few hours, put crumbled biscuit…

 

Summer should stay longer!

 

Ingredients:

(serves 4, in really small glasses, so a small portion for each person. If you want bigger portion, just double the whole thing)

 

250 gr. quark
1 cup / 2.4 dl. blueberries (or raspberries, or strawberries etc..) and a bit of extra to decorate
3 tbsp / 45 ml. granulated white sugar
biscuits to put in the bottom of the glass (and to decorate the top of the dessert, if you like)

 

1. In a blender or a food processor, put quark, blueberries and sugar. Mix them until they are incorporated (you do not have to make it too smooth, the blueberries are nice to feel a bit).

 

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2. Put a biscuit (or biscuit crumbles) at the bottom of the glass or bowl or you will serve the dessert in.

 

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3. Put some of the blueberry / quark mixture in the glass.

 

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4. Cover with a stretch film and put in the fridge, preferable overnight (if not, then for at least 6 hours).

 

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5. Serve with more blueberries and biscuits!

 

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