Berry Yogurt Parfait The presentation of this parfait looks fancy but the preparation is about as simple as pouring a bowl of cereal. 1. Add half the yogurt to the bottom of two pretty glasses. 2. Sprinkle on a layer of raw oats or granola. 3. Add a layer of blueberries. Repeat. 4. Top with as much honey or maple syrup as you desire. makes 214oz (2 small containers) of thick Greek yogurt, 1 pint of fresh berries (we used blueberries, but whatever berry you can find is perfect), 1 cup of raw oats or granola, honey or maple syrup to drizzle.

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Use coconut yogurt if you're dairy intolerant.

Berry Yogurt Parfait

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The presentation of this parfait looks fancy but the preparation is about as simple as pouring a bowl of cereal.

makes 2

14oz (2 small containers) of thick Greek yogurt

1 pint of fresh berries (we used blueberries, but whatever berry you can find is perfect)

1 cup of raw oats or granola

honey or maple syrup to drizzle

1. Add half the yogurt to the bottom of two pretty glasses.

2. Sprinkle on a layer of raw oats or granola.

3. Add a layer of blueberries. Repeat.

4. Top with as much honey or maple syrup as you desire.

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