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Red & Green Parfait


Currently, I struggle with mornings. Whatever I need to do in the mornings always seems to take more time than I think it will. To help solve this problem, I am trying to do as much prep as I can the night before. This is why I love overnight oatmeal and parfaits. (Sometimes they look really pretty too!) So in the spirit of the holidays, I thought I would come up with a holiday coloured parfait and it turned out to be quite yummy.

Ingredients

  • Granola/muesli

  • Greek yogurt (plain or vanilla)

  • Strawberry jam/sliced strawberries

  • Chopped kiwi

  • Glass or small mason jar

Directions

  1. Get your glass or mason jar.

  2. Place 1/4 cup of granola/muesli (or whatever amount you wish) in the bottom of the cup.

  3. Add two large spoonfuls of yogurt.

  4. Add two large spoonfuls of jam or 3 sliced strawberries.

  5. Add one/two large spoonfuls of yogurt.

  6. Add chopped kiwi.

  7. If desired, garnish with more granola/muesli.

  8. If storing overnight, cover and store in the fridge.

Happy Holidays!

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Richard MacIntosh

Richard MacIntosh is a third generation WheatGrass farmer. Some of his earliest memories include driving around the city with his mom as she'd deliver WheatGrass to local stores. He started helping with the WheatGrass harvest between semesters in college, and now helps to manage production and marketing.