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A Perfect Parfait

Searching for a revved up way to start your day? Hunting for a healthy after-school snack? GL's Granola Parfait is the perfect pick-me-up!

Serves 1  
What You'll Need:

about 1/2 cup granola, homemade or store bought
about 3/4 cup vanilla or lemon yogurt

Fresh Fruit Possibilities:
(about 1/2 cup) sliced strawberries, blueberries, raspberries, banana slices, grapes, chopped peaches or mango, chopped oranges or kiwi, chopped apples


tall, clear glass or plastic glass
cutting board
paring knife
soup spoon

What You'll Do:

1. Find a tall, clear glass or plastic glass. (For breakfast on the run, use a disposable glass and plastic spoon). Using a soup spoon, put 3 spoonfuls of yogurt into the bottom of the glass. Sprinkle 2 spoonfuls of granola over the yogurt. Add 2 spoonfuls of fruit if you like.

2. Repeat; yogurt, granola, and fruit on top. Eat immediately before the granola gets soggy.

A Word about Yogurt: Look for plain or flavored yogurt containing these ingredients – milk, a culture, sweetener such as sugar, natural flavoring – not a long list of artificial ingredients. Also, some yogurt companies, such as “Dannon”, refuse to stop using milk containing rBGH, a growth hormone given to cows and hasn’t been proven safe for girls and women. If it doesn’t say, “BGH-Free” on the package, call the company and ask. 

- Anne Vassal

BY GL ON 2/7/2009 7:00:00 AM

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