Granola Berry Parfait Recipe

Spring is finally here many of us will be entertaining family and guests during the spring holidays, Mother’s Day and at other spring parties & events. Matter of fact, I think they would make the perfect after dinner dessert or serve them at an intimate Mother’s Day celebration.

Every year when spring arrives, I look for recipes that are lighter and utilize fresh fruits that are in-season. During this time of year I can easily find fresh raspberries, blackberries, blueberries, cherries and other fruits at my local grocery store and/or farmer’s market.

Today’s guest post recipe is courtesy of Viki’s Granola. We’ve feature many of their recipes here on the blog along with foodie reviews of their yummy granola products. Even though their recipe calls for raspberries, you certainly could use your favorite fresh fruit. I think making a mixed berry version of this (strawberries, blueberries and raspberries mixed together) would taste delicious too!

Granola Berry Parfait Recipe

Granola Berry Parfait Recipe

6 ounces Yogurt (yogurt of choice)
1/4 cup fresh raspberries
1/3 cup Viki’s Granola Original

Place 2 ounces of yogurt into a tall glass or mason jar. Pour a 1/3 of Viki’s Original Granola evenly on top of the yogurt. Place 2 ounces of yogurt on top of the granola. Next, add the fresh raspberries or your choice of fruit. Add the remaining 2 ounces yogurt and granola on top.

Basically, your building a layered parfait, so feel free to mix-up the type of fresh fruits, yogurt and granola layers to your own liking. Serve immediately.

Comments

  1. Parfaits are fun to make and they always looks so pretty and festive. My granddaughter loves to make her own and its so nice to have plenty of fresh fruits and berries now to choose from. I think next time I will try using a mason jar.

  2. Barbara Montag says:

    I love these!
    Darn it I forgot to buy granola today.

  3. Tamra Phelps says:

    I love parfaits like this. I would use blueberries or blackberries, probably, because I’m allergic to raspberries. (I actually love them, so I was pretty bummed when I realized I was getting hives after eating them, lol. Apparently, for some reason, I developed an allergy.)

  4. Jo-Ann Brightman says:

    I love fresh fruit and making a healthier parfait like this one is better for me too. I am often eating Viki’s apple granola for breakfast and want to try to bake it inside some apples.

  5. Cathy Jarolin says:

    Your Parfait sounds Delicious! It also looks delicious too! Thank you so much for sharing this Berry Parfait Recipe with us. Its not hard to do so I have no excuse for not trying it! Lol! This one is a keeper.. :O)~~~

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