Right now, we're using frozen berries in our parfaits instead of fresh fruit. They are so easy to just grab out of the freezer and throw in there. They start thawing pretty fast, too. They are also readily available (most of the time, where I live, anyway!), and pretty inexpensive compared to fresh.
(The yogurt in the US used to be seriously lacking, but I've noticed in my last 2 visits that they have some awesome yogurts now! Greek, full fat, exciting new flavors, etc. I'm happy about Stateside yogurt now. Finally, they have something besides crappy ol' Yoplait. :) )
by What a Dish!
For each serving:
1 single-serve container favorite yogurt
granola; however much you want
frozen berries to taste (blueberries & raspberries are good)
1. Use a fun decorative container like a wine glass, pretty mason jar, or glass bowl. We use wine glasses. In the bottom of your glass, place half of the yogurt, followed with a layer of granola, followed by a layer of berries. I like to do one layer raspberries; one layer blueberries. Serve. :)
PS: I know this isn't really a recipe, more of a method, but I never measure this and there's no reason for you to, either! ;)
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