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August 18, 2015

By

Milagros Cruz

Yogurt parfait's are simple and delicious - it is the perfect simple dish to have for breakfast. Whip one up that...

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Yogurt parfait's are simple and delicious - it is the perfect simple dish to have for breakfast. Whip one up that is inspired by the McDonald's.

89

Calories Per Serving

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Ingredients

  • 1 six-ounce container of vanilla yogurt
  • 3/4 Cups frozen berries
  • 1/4 Cup granola

Directions

Layer the yogurt and berries in a bowl and top with granola.

Nutritional Facts

Servings4

Calories Per Serving89

Total Fat2g4%

Sugar10gN/A

Saturated0.7g3.3%

Cholesterol2mg1%

Protein3g7%

Carbs14g5%

Vitamin A6µg1%

Vitamin B120.2µg3.8%

Vitamin C3mg5%

Vitamin D0.4IU0.1%

Vitamin E1mg5%

Vitamin K6µg8%

Calcium80mg8%

Fiber1g5%

Folate (food)13µgN/A

Folate equivalent (total)13µg3%

Iron0.4mg2.4%

Magnesium22mg5%

Monounsaturated0.9gN/A

Niacin (B3)0.3mg1.6%

Phosphorus96mg14%

Polyunsaturated0.8gN/A

Potassium156mg4%

Riboflavin (B2)0.1mg7%

Sodium30mg1%

Zinc0.7mg4.7%

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Fruit Parfait with Yogurt and Granola

A fruit parfait with yogurt, granola and fresh fruit makes a healthy breakfast, snack or dessert that will have your kids asking for more! This fruit parfait recipe is quick to make and versatile, so it’s easy to adapt to whatever fresh fruit you have on hand.


You guys, my kids LOVE berries and yogurt. When they are sick, I hate to admit this, but, there are two things they want. It’s either a McDonald’s fruit parfait or Parmesan Noodles…I cringe at the fact they want McDonald’s, but, it’s one of the “healthier” things on the menu. If it’s what kids the kids to eat when they haven’t nibbled on much for a few days, I’ll cave in.


On mornings that they aren’t sick and need a quick bite to eat, to feed all three little ones at the same time, I’ll grab yogurt and some fruit and a fruit parfait is ready to go in under 3 minutes! I also try and keep a few on hand during the week as a quick snack to grab. You can even top it with our homemade granola — you really need to try the granola too!

Bubby LOVES LOVES LOVES his fruit parfaits. He typically has one a day — for either breakfast or lunch. He calls it ice cream…I call it a WIN for Momma! I’m also going to try and show more pictures of my family enjoying Momma’s recipes — because every recipe is Kid Tested and Husband Approved!


Fruit Parfait with Yogurt and Granola

A fruit parfait with yogurt, granola and fresh fruit makes a healthy breakfast, snack or dessert that will have your kids asking for more! This fruit parfait recipe is quick to make and versatile, so it’s easy to adapt to whatever fresh fruit you have on hand.


You guys, my kids LOVE berries and yogurt. When they are sick, I hate to admit this, but, there are two things they want. It’s either a McDonald’s fruit parfait or Parmesan Noodles…I cringe at the fact they want McDonald’s, but, it’s one of the “healthier” things on the menu. If it’s what kids the kids to eat when they haven’t nibbled on much for a few days, I’ll cave in.


On mornings that they aren’t sick and need a quick bite to eat, to feed all three little ones at the same time, I’ll grab yogurt and some fruit and a fruit parfait is ready to go in under 3 minutes! I also try and keep a few on hand during the week as a quick snack to grab. You can even top it with our homemade granola — you really need to try the granola too!

Bubby LOVES LOVES LOVES his fruit parfaits. He typically has one a day — for either breakfast or lunch. He calls it ice cream…I call it a WIN for Momma! I’m also going to try and show more pictures of my family enjoying Momma’s recipes — because every recipe is Kid Tested and Husband Approved!


Fruit Parfait with Yogurt and Granola

A fruit parfait with yogurt, granola and fresh fruit makes a healthy breakfast, snack or dessert that will have your kids asking for more! This fruit parfait recipe is quick to make and versatile, so it’s easy to adapt to whatever fresh fruit you have on hand.


You guys, my kids LOVE berries and yogurt. When they are sick, I hate to admit this, but, there are two things they want. It’s either a McDonald’s fruit parfait or Parmesan Noodles…I cringe at the fact they want McDonald’s, but, it’s one of the “healthier” things on the menu. If it’s what kids the kids to eat when they haven’t nibbled on much for a few days, I’ll cave in.


On mornings that they aren’t sick and need a quick bite to eat, to feed all three little ones at the same time, I’ll grab yogurt and some fruit and a fruit parfait is ready to go in under 3 minutes! I also try and keep a few on hand during the week as a quick snack to grab. You can even top it with our homemade granola — you really need to try the granola too!

Bubby LOVES LOVES LOVES his fruit parfaits. He typically has one a day — for either breakfast or lunch. He calls it ice cream…I call it a WIN for Momma! I’m also going to try and show more pictures of my family enjoying Momma’s recipes — because every recipe is Kid Tested and Husband Approved!


Fruit Parfait with Yogurt and Granola

A fruit parfait with yogurt, granola and fresh fruit makes a healthy breakfast, snack or dessert that will have your kids asking for more! This fruit parfait recipe is quick to make and versatile, so it’s easy to adapt to whatever fresh fruit you have on hand.


You guys, my kids LOVE berries and yogurt. When they are sick, I hate to admit this, but, there are two things they want. It’s either a McDonald’s fruit parfait or Parmesan Noodles…I cringe at the fact they want McDonald’s, but, it’s one of the “healthier” things on the menu. If it’s what kids the kids to eat when they haven’t nibbled on much for a few days, I’ll cave in.


On mornings that they aren’t sick and need a quick bite to eat, to feed all three little ones at the same time, I’ll grab yogurt and some fruit and a fruit parfait is ready to go in under 3 minutes! I also try and keep a few on hand during the week as a quick snack to grab. You can even top it with our homemade granola — you really need to try the granola too!

Bubby LOVES LOVES LOVES his fruit parfaits. He typically has one a day — for either breakfast or lunch. He calls it ice cream…I call it a WIN for Momma! I’m also going to try and show more pictures of my family enjoying Momma’s recipes — because every recipe is Kid Tested and Husband Approved!


Fruit Parfait with Yogurt and Granola

A fruit parfait with yogurt, granola and fresh fruit makes a healthy breakfast, snack or dessert that will have your kids asking for more! This fruit parfait recipe is quick to make and versatile, so it’s easy to adapt to whatever fresh fruit you have on hand.


You guys, my kids LOVE berries and yogurt. When they are sick, I hate to admit this, but, there are two things they want. It’s either a McDonald’s fruit parfait or Parmesan Noodles…I cringe at the fact they want McDonald’s, but, it’s one of the “healthier” things on the menu. If it’s what kids the kids to eat when they haven’t nibbled on much for a few days, I’ll cave in.


On mornings that they aren’t sick and need a quick bite to eat, to feed all three little ones at the same time, I’ll grab yogurt and some fruit and a fruit parfait is ready to go in under 3 minutes! I also try and keep a few on hand during the week as a quick snack to grab. You can even top it with our homemade granola — you really need to try the granola too!

Bubby LOVES LOVES LOVES his fruit parfaits. He typically has one a day — for either breakfast or lunch. He calls it ice cream…I call it a WIN for Momma! I’m also going to try and show more pictures of my family enjoying Momma’s recipes — because every recipe is Kid Tested and Husband Approved!


Fruit Parfait with Yogurt and Granola

A fruit parfait with yogurt, granola and fresh fruit makes a healthy breakfast, snack or dessert that will have your kids asking for more! This fruit parfait recipe is quick to make and versatile, so it’s easy to adapt to whatever fresh fruit you have on hand.


You guys, my kids LOVE berries and yogurt. When they are sick, I hate to admit this, but, there are two things they want. It’s either a McDonald’s fruit parfait or Parmesan Noodles…I cringe at the fact they want McDonald’s, but, it’s one of the “healthier” things on the menu. If it’s what kids the kids to eat when they haven’t nibbled on much for a few days, I’ll cave in.


On mornings that they aren’t sick and need a quick bite to eat, to feed all three little ones at the same time, I’ll grab yogurt and some fruit and a fruit parfait is ready to go in under 3 minutes! I also try and keep a few on hand during the week as a quick snack to grab. You can even top it with our homemade granola — you really need to try the granola too!

Bubby LOVES LOVES LOVES his fruit parfaits. He typically has one a day — for either breakfast or lunch. He calls it ice cream…I call it a WIN for Momma! I’m also going to try and show more pictures of my family enjoying Momma’s recipes — because every recipe is Kid Tested and Husband Approved!


Fruit Parfait with Yogurt and Granola

A fruit parfait with yogurt, granola and fresh fruit makes a healthy breakfast, snack or dessert that will have your kids asking for more! This fruit parfait recipe is quick to make and versatile, so it’s easy to adapt to whatever fresh fruit you have on hand.


You guys, my kids LOVE berries and yogurt. When they are sick, I hate to admit this, but, there are two things they want. It’s either a McDonald’s fruit parfait or Parmesan Noodles…I cringe at the fact they want McDonald’s, but, it’s one of the “healthier” things on the menu. If it’s what kids the kids to eat when they haven’t nibbled on much for a few days, I’ll cave in.


On mornings that they aren’t sick and need a quick bite to eat, to feed all three little ones at the same time, I’ll grab yogurt and some fruit and a fruit parfait is ready to go in under 3 minutes! I also try and keep a few on hand during the week as a quick snack to grab. You can even top it with our homemade granola — you really need to try the granola too!

Bubby LOVES LOVES LOVES his fruit parfaits. He typically has one a day — for either breakfast or lunch. He calls it ice cream…I call it a WIN for Momma! I’m also going to try and show more pictures of my family enjoying Momma’s recipes — because every recipe is Kid Tested and Husband Approved!


Fruit Parfait with Yogurt and Granola

A fruit parfait with yogurt, granola and fresh fruit makes a healthy breakfast, snack or dessert that will have your kids asking for more! This fruit parfait recipe is quick to make and versatile, so it’s easy to adapt to whatever fresh fruit you have on hand.


You guys, my kids LOVE berries and yogurt. When they are sick, I hate to admit this, but, there are two things they want. It’s either a McDonald’s fruit parfait or Parmesan Noodles…I cringe at the fact they want McDonald’s, but, it’s one of the “healthier” things on the menu. If it’s what kids the kids to eat when they haven’t nibbled on much for a few days, I’ll cave in.


On mornings that they aren’t sick and need a quick bite to eat, to feed all three little ones at the same time, I’ll grab yogurt and some fruit and a fruit parfait is ready to go in under 3 minutes! I also try and keep a few on hand during the week as a quick snack to grab. You can even top it with our homemade granola — you really need to try the granola too!

Bubby LOVES LOVES LOVES his fruit parfaits. He typically has one a day — for either breakfast or lunch. He calls it ice cream…I call it a WIN for Momma! I’m also going to try and show more pictures of my family enjoying Momma’s recipes — because every recipe is Kid Tested and Husband Approved!


Fruit Parfait with Yogurt and Granola

A fruit parfait with yogurt, granola and fresh fruit makes a healthy breakfast, snack or dessert that will have your kids asking for more! This fruit parfait recipe is quick to make and versatile, so it’s easy to adapt to whatever fresh fruit you have on hand.


You guys, my kids LOVE berries and yogurt. When they are sick, I hate to admit this, but, there are two things they want. It’s either a McDonald’s fruit parfait or Parmesan Noodles…I cringe at the fact they want McDonald’s, but, it’s one of the “healthier” things on the menu. If it’s what kids the kids to eat when they haven’t nibbled on much for a few days, I’ll cave in.


On mornings that they aren’t sick and need a quick bite to eat, to feed all three little ones at the same time, I’ll grab yogurt and some fruit and a fruit parfait is ready to go in under 3 minutes! I also try and keep a few on hand during the week as a quick snack to grab. You can even top it with our homemade granola — you really need to try the granola too!

Bubby LOVES LOVES LOVES his fruit parfaits. He typically has one a day — for either breakfast or lunch. He calls it ice cream…I call it a WIN for Momma! I’m also going to try and show more pictures of my family enjoying Momma’s recipes — because every recipe is Kid Tested and Husband Approved!


Fruit Parfait with Yogurt and Granola

A fruit parfait with yogurt, granola and fresh fruit makes a healthy breakfast, snack or dessert that will have your kids asking for more! This fruit parfait recipe is quick to make and versatile, so it’s easy to adapt to whatever fresh fruit you have on hand.


You guys, my kids LOVE berries and yogurt. When they are sick, I hate to admit this, but, there are two things they want. It’s either a McDonald’s fruit parfait or Parmesan Noodles…I cringe at the fact they want McDonald’s, but, it’s one of the “healthier” things on the menu. If it’s what kids the kids to eat when they haven’t nibbled on much for a few days, I’ll cave in.


On mornings that they aren’t sick and need a quick bite to eat, to feed all three little ones at the same time, I’ll grab yogurt and some fruit and a fruit parfait is ready to go in under 3 minutes! I also try and keep a few on hand during the week as a quick snack to grab. You can even top it with our homemade granola — you really need to try the granola too!

Bubby LOVES LOVES LOVES his fruit parfaits. He typically has one a day — for either breakfast or lunch. He calls it ice cream…I call it a WIN for Momma! I’m also going to try and show more pictures of my family enjoying Momma’s recipes — because every recipe is Kid Tested and Husband Approved!



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