Very often I find a box of blueberries in my fridge. I simply cannot resist buying them at the market. Whenever I see them for sale I have to buy a box, I simply love them! They are so healthy and diverse, you can use them for sweet or savoury recipes to be eaten as breakfast, lunch or dinner. Blueberries are so healthy and full of nutritional value, the only disadvantage I can associate with them is that they are not growing locally here in Switzerland. They have to be imported from other countries and while I prefer to buy local grown fruits and vegetables for this amazing fruit I have to make an exception.

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Another food stuff I could easily make an exception for are free-range eggs. A friend of mine recently invited us to their place for breakfast. They had so many tasty things on their table, but what I fell in love with were their free-range organic eggs. You wouldn’t believe how much better they tasted in comparison to eggs I normally buy in the supermarket. I was surprised how good a pure egg can taste. Naturally I could not leave without taking some eggs home to try out on some new recipes.

Coming back to the topic, I found yesterday I had prepared a smaller lunch than planned for my work colleagues. With the Blueberries and eggs in the fridge I decided to treat them with a little light dessert recipe I have had in my head for some time.

The dish combines stewed summer fruits, apricots and blueberries, with a light fluffy topping topped with almond flakes for that little crunch I love. The desert is so light it tastes like a clould which simply melts in your month.

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Blueberry apricot cloud

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  • Prep Time: 15m
  • Cook Time: 20m
  • Total Time: 35m
  • Serves: 2
  • Yield: 2


  • 4 large apricots
  • 150 grams blueberries
  • 2 eggs
  • 40 grams xylit
  • 40 grams whole grain spelt semolina
  • 1 zest of a lemon
  • 1 pinch salt
  • 1 teaspoon butter or ghee
  • 1 tablespoon almonds slices


  1. Preheat the oven to 180°.
  2. Whisk the 2 eggs with a pinch of salt until they are foamy. I used my kitchen machine and it took about 5 minutes on the highest speed.
  3. Add the whole grain spelt semolina, the xylit and the lemon zest and whisk it again till ist well combined.
  4. Grease your pan or bowl with butter or ghee.
  5. Cut the apricots into smaller pieces and arrange it in the pan together with the blueberries.
  6. Spread the egg foam, semolina, xylit-mixture over the fruits and finally the almond slices.
  7. Now place it in the oven and bake it for 20-25 minutes till is lightly tanned. If you want you can sieve some xylit powder on top for a nicer look. Serve it warm or cold.

You can serve this dessert warm or cold. Why not combine this dish with some sugarfree banana ice cream from this recipe?

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I almost couldn’t stop my boyfriend eating the second half before I even had a chance to take this picture. Believe me, I have made him many desserts but this is his favourite so far.

1 comment on “Blueberry apricot cloud”

  1. Oh. My. Goodness. That was so very, very well written. I seriously felt like I was there, standing next to you. Not only do you have some formidable talent there, but yo9&;03u#ve got quite a story to tell. I'm blown away. (It's always the hardest things to write that are the most hauntingly beautiful, isn't it?)

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