Thanks to guest author, Alice V. Roberts, for dropping by my garden today to share her recipe for Yogurt Pie which goes great with any fruit. I can just imagine enjoying this delicious summer dessert at the beautiful Hilltop Inn, the setting for Alice V. Robert’s new book, The Hilltop Inn: A Wedding. It’s available in both paperback and Kindle at this AMAZON.com link.
1 container of Cool Whip- thawed
3 small containers of yogurt with fresh fruit in it
1 graham cracker crust
1 extra Cool Whip- thawed and stored in frig for serving
Mix yogurt, fruit and Cool Whip together and pour into the graham cracker crust.
Freeze over night. 20 minutes before serving remove from freezer and set on counter. Put a sliced piece of yogurt pie on dessert plate. Top with a spoon of Cool Whip and fresh fruit the same as in the yogurt. Great summer recipe that is cool and refreshing.
The Hilltop Inn: A Wedding by Alice V. Roberts is available in both paperback and Kindle at
Nine months ago, Jackie Bowers, now widowed for almost three years, had moved from California to Ponderosa, a small town located in Northern Arizona. Jackie had purchased and moved into The Hilltop Inn, a bed and breakfast, satisfying a long time dream.
When her washer died she went to Soap Suds Laundromat where she met widower, Brian Williams, a contractor, when he came to pick up his grandmother, Gram.
Brian did all the renovations at the Inn. During the course of the renovations Jackie and Brian fell in love and are now engaged to be married.
An Open House and a Chamber mixer were held for the community to announce the Inn is ready for guests. The renovations are complete and the Inn is officially open for business.
Neither Brian nor Jackie ever thought they would fall in love again, especially since they were almost sixty years old. But they have had nine months getting to know, love and respect each other. And falling in love felt so right to them. Love can come at any age and be so fulfilling and Jackie and Brian area testament to that. And both of their families have come together and are excited about the up-coming wedding.
As guests come and go, Jackie and Brian must deal with serious family health issues, bad weather conditions and planning a wedding. Will their love and faith help Jackie and Brian to face and conquer these challenges?
Will it all come together? Will Jackie and Brian have the beautiful wedding of their dreams?
Alice V. Roberts was born and raised in Los Angeles, California around the entertainment industry living her entire growing-up years in Hancock Park. She attended Third Street Elementary School, Marymount Junior School for girls and Marymount High School for girls. She spent her weekends at the family ranch in Vista, California where she used to read books and dream about writing.
Alice has previously published two other books in a different genre. The Hilltop Inn, a Novella- is the first in a three book series. The Hilltop Inn was Alice’s debut into the Romance genre and she is excited for this new adventure.
She had a dream to write Romance and her father told her to follow that dream. And so she dedicated her first Novella to her late father which was published both in paperback and e-book format in October, 2014.
Alice’s husband died January 2, 2015, but he made her promise she would complete the three-book Novella series. Book two, The Hilltop Inn – A Wedding is dedicated to her late husband and was released in February, 2016, both in paperback and e-book format. Alice is currently writing short stories that will only be available on e-readers. The final book in the series, The Hilltop Inn -The Cottage will be available in September, 2016.
Alice is a member of The Arizona Author’s Association, Romance Writers of America and the Desert Rose Chapter for Romance Writer’s of America in Scottsdale, Arizona.
Alice lives near the “Red Rocks” of Sedona, Arizona with her Siamese cat. She has two daughters and six grandchildren (one boy and five girls).
To learn more about Alice V. Roberts, stop by her website at https://alicevroberts.com/#thehilltopinn