Serve this as a summer dessert on warm balmy evenings. It's healthy, slightly unusual and very pretty. It also works well as a special breakfast fruit salad. You can find rosewater in most supermarkets and it’s worth the effort to get it as it really makes the dish.

  • Firstly make the syrup by combining the sugar and water. Bring it to the boil and simmer until the sugar has dissolved. Then take off the heat and add the rosewater. Cool completely.
  • Next, take the strawberries and hull them, leave them whole and arrange on a platter or large plate.
  • Quarter the figs and arrange on top. Finally, sprinkle over the rosewater syrup. Serve with the Greek yoghurt on the side.

For the syrup

  • 100g caster sugar
  • 100ml water
  • 1 tsp rosewater

To serve

  • 500g BerryWorld Strawberries
  • 4 figs
  • 200ml of Greek yoghurt

Nutrition

per 100g Per Serving %GDA Traffic Lights
Energy (kcal) 202 20
Sugar (g) 38.5 43 High
Fat (g) 2.8 4 Low
Sat Fat (g) 2 10 Low
Salt (g) 0 0 Low