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Here's how to make a tasty fruit treat that looks like zombie eyeballs, and is actually good for you!
Longan - This is an asian fruit similar to lychee. It should be available in the asian section of any big grocery store. It has the taste and textur...
This is to give it a thicker, more cream cheese-like consistency.Put the yogurt into a strainer. Break it up as you remove it from the container. Th...
Dump the whey that has drained out into the bowl, and put the yogurt back in the original container. (I haven't found a good use for the whey as I'm ...
Strain and drain. The bowl shapes tend to hold on to a lot of liquid so be sure to shake it up well to get most of it out.
Dump the yogurt into the zip-top bag. If you want a sweeter taste, this is the time to add the fat-free sweetened condensed milk. Be aware that this...
Do not overfill! You still need room for the blueberry. A few that are overfilled can produce a nice "gooshy" effect, but the overall appearance is ...
Careful not to press too hard, or you get an avalanche!
Thaw the fruit juice but do not add any water to it. Just before serving, spoon it over each longan piece, trying to dribble some over the sides. If...
This is a non-fat, low sugar, and fruit-filled concoction that's good for you!
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