Monday, August 11, 2014

Mixed Berry Yogurt Parfait Recipe-Easy Dessert Recipe

This Berry Parfait is prepared with mixed berries, low fat greek yogurt and museli. It is a great way to kick start the day. It is healthy, low in calories and very easy to make. Kids and adults will love this delicious yogurt parfait. It can be had for breakfast or as a dessert. Today we will learn how to make Berry Yogurt Parfait following this easy recipe.

Berry Yogurt Parfait

Mixed Berry Yogurt Parfait

Mixed Berry Yogurt Parfait

 Prep Time : 10 mins
 Cook Time : Nil
 Serves
 Recipe CategoryDessert

   Ingredients needed

   Low fat Greek yogurt -4 tbsp
  Assorted Fresh/frozen Berries - 1/2 cup    (Blackberries,Blueberries,Raspberries,Strawberries)
   Sugar -1 tsp
   Honey -2 tbsp
   Museli or granola -1/2 cup


Preparation

Wash and chop strawberries into bite size pieces.

Clean the berries and marinate all the berries together with 1 tsp of sugar for 15 minutes.

Method 

Take a tall glass, layer with 1/4 cup of museli.

Then spoon 2 tbsp of yogurt on top of it.

Drizzle a little honey and place 1/4 cup of berries.

Repeat the above layers with the remaining museli, yogurt, honey and berries.

Refrigerate for 15-20 minutes and serve.

Note - If you cannot get Greek yogurt, you can use curd. Drain all the water from the curd using a muslin/thin cotton cloth and then use it. Curd should not be sour.

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11 comments:

  1. my favorite one, since i do not get berry i try with banana and other seasonal fruits.

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  2. this is soo healthy and quite a breakfast. loved hte layers, Padhu.

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  3. wow,super parfait recipe,looks so colorful

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  4. Very elegant and super delicious yogurt parfait.

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  5. Looks Amazing..Can I please know if you got the berries in Chennai and if so where?

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    1. I made this when I was in London for a month. I was so excited to see all the berries there and make this for my breakfast one day. In Chennai I have not seen raspberries and black berries anywhere.

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  6. Is granola or museli similar to instant oats? Can I use instant oats?

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    1. No, they are different. You can use instant oats. Check my overnight oats recipes.
      http://www.padhuskitchen.com/2015/09/pina-colada-overnight-oats-pineapple.html

      http://www.padhuskitchen.com/2016/08/coconut-mango-overnight-oats-recipe.html

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