"This large parfait can be made for a delicious breakfast - or it can be halved for a yummy snack. Enjoy it using fresh or frozen blueberries, but fresh strawberries are recommended." — Josie59
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1 (6 ounce) container
I changed blackberries for the blueberries because that's what I had on hand. I left everything else the same. I was looking for something quick for lunch that would supply the energy I needed before getting going with the kids again. This was perfect on a hot day! I paired it with a tall glass of iced tea and I was in heaven.
This not only tastes good, but is good for you. I recently got into using wheat germ and it's great with fruit and yogurt. I used bluberries, strawberries and replaced the banana with raspberries. I used fat free greek vanilla yogurt and topped the whole thing off with a little honey. This is a great breakfast that you don't have to feel guillty about.
Delicious! First I added some agave in 1 cup of fat free plain yogurt, which I prefer instead of vanilla flavored yogurt, then I layered the yogurt, granola, wheat germ and fruits (I omitted the banana). Very good and not too sweet.
Absolutely wonderful! You can add a little jazz by mixing 1 1/2 tsp - 1 tbs of honey to the yogurt before you start layering! Adds a little sweetness =) If you use local honey, it also helps with your allergies!
I used non fat plain yogurt instead of vanilla (sweetened with splenda) and I was our of granola so I used chopped peanuts instead. Very good!
We've been enjoying this for years. I use fat free Greek yogurt, whatever berries are in season or frozen and I add slices of kiwi. Sometimes I just toast old fashioned oats if I have no granola. Dieter's dream, looks good, satisfies, and it is healthy. Thanks for posting.
Excellent - easy to make with items on hand. I had mandarin oranges & strawberries. Made the cinnamon stove top granola & added craisins. Delish!
I make this in a to-go cup every morning for my daughter to eat on the way to school! I use a variety of fruits and yogurt. Great way to get a nutritious breakfast into a teenager!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Summer Berry Parfait with Yogurt and Granola
Serving Size: 1/1 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 1
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 121
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