Fruit and Yogurt Parfait

Tuesday, March 20, 2018

Before I share a really easy breakfast/snack/lunch idea with y'all, I want to remind you about the GIVEAWAY I announced yesterday!  Go back to yesterday's blog to get details!  

I feel like today's recipe is such an easy idea but it may be something that you never think of--like I didn't!  It wasn't until one Sunday morning when we were eating in our Adult Bible Fellowship class, that I tasted this HEALTHIER parfait option and realized how easy that would be to make at home.

If you're like me, you love the idea of a parfait, but if you've ever looked at the nutrition guide, these things are always loaded with added sugars.  Not only do you get the natural sugars from the fruits, but the yogurt is always high in sugar and so is the granola.  So today I'm sharing a low-sugar option with you!

Fruit and Yogurt Parfait
-fruit (strawberries, blackberries, blueberries)
-honey Greek yogurt
-Barenaked Vanilla Almond granola (it's lowest in sugar)

1. Wash and cut up all of your fruit, if needed
2. Layer your fruit in the bowl first because you want to use more fruit than anything else.
3. Layer your yogurt on top of that--be sure to use less than the do want this to be healthy!
4. Sprinkle a little granola on top and Enjoy!


  1. this makes me so sad I can't have dairy right now :( maybe I'll have to try it with some coconut yogurt!
    Thanks for linking up with the Blended Blog

  2. I literally have these parfaits for breakfast almost every morning, especially in the Summer! Yummo!

  3. I love yogurt parfaits! There are some really good homemade granola options out there, too, where you can make a whole batch to last awhile and it usually cuts back on the sugar in that!

  4. I could eat something like this for breakfast every single day! And it's perfect for spring!

  5. This looks so good!!! Such an easy breakfast.

  6. I love this type of breakfast in the summer when it's hot out! It's always so refreshing with fresh fruit!

  7. I do this all the time!! Although I like plenty of yogurt for the protein factor. ;) Sometimes I use frozen fruit and that makes it sort of like slushy ice cream, where the yogurt freezes around the fruit. I often use plain Greek yogurt with a drizzle of pure maple syrup for sweetness. THAT is probably my favorite! :) Enjoy your parfaits!!! :)


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