Yogurt desserts for Shavuot

By FAYE LEVY, YAKIR LEVY
May 14, 2015 16:14
Yogurt cake recipe

Janet Fletcher's Golden Yogurt Cake, served with honey-flavored yogurt cream. (photo credit: EVA KOLENKO)

 
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This year, to celebrate Shavuot, we will make desserts with yogurt.

“Yogurt contributes so much value to such a wide variety of baked goods,” writes Cheryl Sternman Rule in her just-published book, Yogurt Culture, “that you’ll want copious amounts on hand for everything from tarts and galettes to... cakes.”

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