Fresh Berries Breakfast Parfait
Pancakes, waffles, oatmeal, eggs, hotdogs, sausages, ham, and bacon are popular breakfast items. There is nothing wrong with them as they are all delicious. But if you want to try something new, especially if you are a huge fan of desserts, you would surely love having this fresh berries breakfast parfait recipe that I am about to share with you guys. It is one of the easiest morning meals that you can put together to keep you up and going. Easy, healthy, and tasty!
With the combination of classic fruits and yogurt, you can never go wrong when it comes to nutritional value. What more? You can have just about any topping that you want! You can simply choose from the fruits that are in season. You can probably get some of them frozen, but if I were you, I would rather go for fresh fruits. And oh, this parfait that we are going to talk about consists of granola as well, which is another thing that makes it healthier and gives it more texture.
Fresh berries breakfast parfait is also excellent for those of you who are trying to lower down the number on the scale.Print
This dessert-like breakfast item is certainly an incredible way to start your day. Colorful, flavorful, delicious, and nutritious! This fresh berries breakfast parfait is a must-try!
32 oz plain yogurt
1 1/2 cups each blueberries and raspberries
5 cups granola
- Put about 1/3 cup of mixed berries at the bottom of each glass.
- Spoon 1/3 cup of yogurt on top of the fruits.
- Put another layer of mixed berries and top with yogurt again.
- Add a layer of granola and top with the fruits.
Greek yogurt would be great for this recipe. You can keep on layering up, depending on how tall your glass or jar is, but make sure that the last layer would be the granola plus the mixed fruits.
There you go with your breakfast parfait. If you are in a hurry and don’t have the time to eat at home, you can simply prepare your parfait using a mason jar. Put the lid on and take it with you to work. It’s as easy as that. You no longer have to start your day starving! It’s a perfect snack, too. You can even have your kids bring some to school.
Wondering if you can make it ahead of time and refrigerate? You can definitely do so. Just make sure that the jars are tightly sealed. They can sit in the fridge for about five days. So if you are always on the go, take some time on Sundays to make a few jars of this breakfast parfait and keep them in the fridge. With this, you can just grab one and go in the morning. Super convenient!
If you have strawberries in the fridge, you can add some as well. Like what we have said earlier, this recipe is versatile. You can use any fruit of your choice. Plus, it only takes a few minutes to assemble.