Yoghurt cake with strawberries and jelly


Summer is coming time for cold puddings… and fresh fruits 😀 My favourite ones are creamy, cheescakey puddings. Especially with jelly. In my home we used to have a cake with powdered milk divided into coco and vanilla layers and fruit jelly- yummmy. Unfortunately I found it a bit difficult to find powdered milk in a shop which isn’t granulated. I had to come up with something different and a bit healthier (but don’t worry I will make the proper version at some point :)). In the mean time you can try this recipe with greek yoghurt.




  • 300 ml whipping cream
  • 100 ml single cream
  • 150 g greek yoghurt
  • 1 1/2 tbs gelatine
  • 1 tsp vanilla extract
  • 2 tbs icing sugar
  • 1 pack strawberry jelly
  • 200 g strawberries
  • 1/2 pomegranate

Start the cake by prapare the gelatine and jelly. Soak gelatine with  three tablespoons of water.


Mix the with 2/3 required water and set aside to cool down. Mix the gelatine with a half of cup boiling water, also wait for it to cool down.


Add the vanilla extract and icing sugar. Whipped it.


Add the single cream and fold it gently.


Now add the yoghurt.


Prepare your fruit. Chop the strawberries into small pieces- leave some halved to decorate.


Divide your mixture into half.

To one half add the gelatine and taste it (if you prefer sweeter puddings on this point add some more sugar). Add the chopped strawberries. Pour the mixture into tin and place it in a fridge.


When the first layer sets prepare the second one. Add the half of the jelly to mixture, mix it well and add to the tin. Put in the fridge to set.


When the last layer is nearly set decorate it with strawberries and pomegranate.


Pour the jelly on the top. Leave it to set.


After few hours take the cake out from the tin 😀 Enjoy it especially on the nice sunny day.






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