Best Yogurt Parfait Recipe – How To Make Yogurt Parfait

Caitlin Bensel

Yogurt parfaits are everyone’s unsung heroes healthy breakfast. While some may scoff at the “fruit bowl” when options like breakfast stew or bacon are on the brunch menu, a layered yogurt parfait can be just as delicious as a dessert, and it is better for you!

Are yogurt parfaits good for you?

Compared to breakfast favorites like cinnamon monkey bread and sausage stew, a yogurt parfait is indeed a healthier option! Yogurt contains a good amount of protein and vitamin D, while granola and fruit contain healthy fiber and additional vitamins and minerals.

What’s in a yogurt parfait?

Most parfaits are a type of all-you-can-eat layered dish that includes yogurt, granola, and fruit. Many recipes call for store-bought granola; this one includes a homemade granola crunch recipe. Make a bundle for the week! It will keep for up to 7 days in an airtight food container.

Which fruit is best for a yogurt parfait?

Fresh seasonal fruit always makes the best yogurt parfait. Berries and bananas are popular choices, along with tropical fruits like mango, pineapple, and kiwi. Don’t be afraid of pitted stone fruits in the summer, such as peaches, cherries, plums and nectarines. And there are always citrus fruits and pomegranates in winter. But if you’re craving strawberries and they’re out of season, don’t worry: a little sugar and a squeeze of lemon juice will revive those out-of-season fruits.

Which yogurt is best for parfaits?

While it can be tempting to choose a “healthier” option like fat-free, sugar-free yogurt, these choices often come with big sacrifices in taste and texture. Opt for whole milk or even reduced-fat yogurt, and look for naturally flavored and sweetened brands that will have a purer, richer flavor.

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Yields:

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portions

Preparation time:

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Total time:

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35

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For the Granola Crunch:

1


stick of salted butter, melted

For the fruit:

4 bed.

fresh fruit, such as strawberries, blackberries, and blueberries

For the yogurt:

4 bed.

whole milk vanilla yogurt

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  1. For the crispy granola: Preheat the oven to 350°. Combine rolled oats, pecans, brown sugar, flour, melted butter and egg white in medium bowl until well blended. Spray rimmed baking sheet with nonstick cooking spray; add oat mixture in an even layer. Bake until golden brown, 20 to 25 minutes. Let cool completely.
  2. For the fruit: Meanwhile, combine the fresh fruit, sugar and lemon juice. Put aside.
  3. For the yogurt mixture: Combine yogurt and sour cream in a medium bowl.
  4. To assemble the parfaits, place a few spoonfuls of fruit in each glass. Top the fruit with 2-3 tablespoons of granola, then about 1/4 cup of yogurt. Repeat layers as desired. Top with more granola and fruit, if desired.

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