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Yum! This was good and easy to make. I didn't have fresh raspberries so I used frozen so they were a bit more tart but we still enjoyed it. Loved the crunch of the almonds and oats. We ate this for dessert.
Loved the simplicity of this delicious treat. This yogurt can be served for breakfast or a dessert. I will definitely be making this dish again! Made for Think Pink Tag game, October, 2011.
Very delicious & healthy
Hey - sometimes I forget the goodness of some of the simple treats we can have. I will add to my cookbook, as a reminder. Great photo! I am going to go have some now!
Good and easy.
A great-tasting dessert, & easy to put together! Everything went together so well! Got to admit, though, that I'm planning to make this into a 'chunky' smoothie, using all your ingredients + a couple of cups of peach juice! Thanks for the posting!
This was delicious! What a wonderful nutritious breakfast! I used non fat plain yogurt to which I added 4 drops of stevia. For the fruit I used strawberries and blueberries as that was all I had on hand at the time. I imagine this would work well w/ any fruit. Thanks so much for a wonderful recipe, Derf!
This was VERY NICE for breakfast! I mixed my fresh fruit with strawberry Activia yogurt and let it sit in a tupperware overnight. I put my toasted oats and blanched slivered almonds in a ziploc bag ready to use. I loved the creamy fruity flavors with the crunch and texture of the oats and almonds. Made for the Adopt a tag game.
Wow! Simple dessert but oh so good!! Used strawberries and low-fat strawberry yogurt. Loved the taste of the toasted oats and almonds - think it adds a lot of taste! Thanks Derf - this is a light dessert I will be making again and again!! :)
The only change I made was instead of oats and almonds I used a granola that I love. This is a low sweet parfait but still tastes great. I will make this again ... Thanks Derf.