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Independence Parfait

  • Prep 10 min
  • Total 10 min
  • Ingredients 4
  • Servings 4

Ingredients

4
containers (4 oz each) of vanilla yogurt
1
cup raspberries (fresh or frozen)
2
cups blueberries (fresh or frozen)
1
cup strawberries, sliced

Nutrition Information

NUTRITION INFORMATION PER SERVING

Serving Size: 1 Serving
% Daily Value
% Daily Value*:
Exchanges:
Free
*Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
No nutrition information available for this recipe

Expert Tips

If you prefer to use natural yogurt, you can! If you need some extra sweetening, try adding a little honey.

The Fourth of July is a date that everyone at home anxiously awaits. Every year we get together with friends to have breakfast, but this breakfast is extra special since it’s shared with all the neighbors on the block! On this patriotic day all the children bring their bikes, we sing the national anthem and eat together. What I love the most is that we celebrate this get-together at breakfast time, which lets us bring a wide variety of dishes, from vegetable frittata to fresh and juicy watermelon. It’s also wonderful to see how some of the neighbors use their creativity and share dishes that use the colors of the flag: red, white and blue. This year I wanted to be among the people who bring a plate with these three colors. I was thinking over several ideas, and in the end I decided on something that we make regularly at home-a parfait-only that on this occasion I picked red and blue fruits to go with the white yogurt. What I like about this parfait is that it’s delicious, quick to prepare and very light; perfect for this warm summer morning. I’ve named it “Independence Parfait” and this is what you’ll need to make it.

Try out other yogurt flavors, as long as they are white. I have tried using coconut yogurt and it was riquísimo!

Directions

  • 1 Take a glass and place a layer of raspberries at the bottom. Then take the yogurt, open it, and add a layer over the raspberries. Place a layer of blueberries on top and cover with more yogurt. Next, add a layer of strawberries followed by another layer of yogurt. Finally, top it off with more blueberries and cover with the remaining yogurt. You can garnish the top of your parfait with more fruit if you wish.
  • 2 It’s that easy!

The Fourth of July is a date that everyone at home anxiously awaits. Every year we get together with friends to have breakfast, but this breakfast is extra special since it’s shared with all the neighbors on the block! On this patriotic day all the children bring their bikes, we sing the national anthem and eat together. What I love the most is that we celebrate this get-together at breakfast time, which lets us bring a wide variety of dishes, from vegetable frittata to fresh and juicy watermelon. It’s also wonderful to see how some of the neighbors use their creativity and share dishes that use the colors of the flag: red, white and blue. This year I wanted to be among the people who bring a plate with these three colors. I was thinking over several ideas, and in the end I decided on something that we make regularly at home-a parfait-only that on this occasion I picked red and blue fruits to go with the white yogurt. What I like about this parfait is that it’s delicious, quick to prepare and very light; perfect for this warm summer morning. I’ve named it “Independence Parfait” and this is what you’ll need to make it.

Rate and Comment

Silvia Martinez Silvia Martinez
September 16, 2015

The Fourth of July is a date that everyone at home anxiously awaits. Every year we get together with friends to have breakfast, but this breakfast is extra special since it’s shared with all the neighbors on the block! On this patriotic day all the children bring their bikes, we sing the national anthem and eat together. What I love the most is that we celebrate this get-together at breakfast time, which lets us bring a wide variety of dishes, from vegetable frittata to fresh and juicy watermelon. It’s also wonderful to see how some of the neighbors use their creativity and share dishes that use the colors of the flag: red, white and blue. This year I wanted to be among the people who bring a plate with these three colors. I was thinking over several ideas, and in the end I decided on something that we make regularly at home-a parfait-only that on this occasion I picked red and blue fruits to go with the white yogurt. What I like about this parfait is that it’s delicious, quick to prepare and very light; perfect for this warm summer morning. I’ve named it “Independence Parfait” and this is what you’ll need to make it.