Down on the farm nothing quite says spring like some lemon curd! Especially with holidays such as Easter and Mother's Day. After all, it's brunch season!
Not only are lemons bright and fresh and fitting for the season of new life but diary on the farm is usually in full abundance. Mixing these two seasonal favorites together with some fresh picked, frozen blueberries hits the spot for a quick snack or light dessert!
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Here on the farm we make quite a lot of kefir. Kefir is a yogurt like drink, it's much thinner than yogurt put packs a lot more natural probiotic goodness and it has much less lactose than a yogurt. This is how we get our probiotics without taking them in capsules or supplements. The same could be said for the naturally fermented sour kraut, kombucha and kimchi.
Kefir is also a bit more sour, due to having less lactose, than yogurt so for this yummy recipe we have opted to use a good fermented yogurt instead. It makes it a bit more desert like rather than breakfast smoothie like.
Feel free to sub in kefir if you desire!
Not only does kefir and naturally fermented yogurt have less sugar (especially if made at home) but the lemon curd in this recipe is also made with maple syrup. Make sure you also grab the Sweet Maple Lemon Curd recipe here to make this parfait.
Did you know that 75% off your immune system gets turned off by eating processed sugar?
The best way to avoid that is to cut out processed sugars, and limit natural sugars that still contain the vitamins and minerals in them. Sucanat is one of them or using alternatives like molasses, maple syrup and raw honey.
Enough of the science-y stuff though, lets get to the grub!
Ok so now I'm hungry! What about you?
To make this even tastier (is that possible) here are some other ideas to layer in with your parfaits:
Ok now I think have to go head to the kitchen and whip up a batch of this! What are you going to top your parfait with?
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