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An almost guilt-free breakfast - and one that's sure to help you keep that 'full' feeling all morning. I'd imagine that you could mix in some cut up bananas or any fruit of your choice. I stuck with the recipe, layering strawberries with the yogurt mixture and sprinkling extra sliced almonds on top! Thanks for sharing a fabulous breakfast, Deb!
This was tasty and nice looking. I made a few changes - I used granola and mixed it with apple nutmeg conserve instead of pineapple. I mixed those 2 together and placed in the bottom of the glass, layered on cut strawberries and topped with yogurt. Thanks for a great breakfast that the kids & Dh loved. Next time I will make as described and post the update!
I really enjoyed this for breakfast! Very good and filling! Thank you for sharing.
Will certainly be making this one again, & this 1st time around I made it with fresh strawberries (probably the last good ones of the season around here)! I did cut the recipe in half for just the 2 of us, but look forward to having this extremely easy-to-make parfait when we have overnight guests! Thanks for posting the recipe! [Made & reviewed in Everyday Is a Holiday recipe tag]
I made one serving with the blueberries and this is an ideal way to start a summer morning. It's healthy, yummy and so easy to make.
This is really quite good. I wasn't sure what to expect since the oatmeal isn't cooked. I used both fresh strawberries and fresh blueberries. The yogurt I used was plain to which I added a bit of vanilla extract. The berries and fruit made this dish sweet enough for me so I didn't add any sweetener. Made for ZWT7.
Delightful! I used greek yoghurt and fresh strawberries and some frozen blueberries. I had toasted almond flakes and used those.