Oat Milk Yogurt Parfait
When I first went plant-based, the biggest casualty in my mind was my go-to weekday breakfast - a Greek yogurt parfait.
I searched far and wide for a non-dairy yogurt that could step up to the plate - but every one I encountered seemed to be high in sugar, overly rich in fat & largely devoid of protein altogether. Until, now.
Oat-milk based, free of gelatins or pectins, rich in billions of live probiotics and 8 grams of protein + just around 100 calories for a whopping 1-cup serving...this Nancy's Organic stuff is the real deal (not sponsored, I promise!).
I love buying plain yogurt and sweetening it up myself. Fresh berries, homemade granola and Crofter's refined-sugar-free organic fruit spread are my go-to's for a touch of mild sweetness.
Plus, added hemp hearts for an extra kick of protein and omega-3 fatty acids.
All of a sudden, Monday's are looking 10/10 again. Thx Nance.
Prep time: 5 miN
Total time: 5 min
Makes: 1 serving
1 cup Nancy's Probiotic Oatmilk Yogurt (plain/unsweetened - or vanilla if desired)
1 Tbsp Crofters Organic Strawberry Fruit Spread
1/2 cup fresh sliced strawberries
1/2 cup fresh blueberries
1/2 cup muesli or low-sugar granola (store-bought or my homemade Cinnamon Crunch Granola)
1.5 Tbsp hemp hearts
Begin by sprinkling a bit of granola into a glass bowl or jar. Fold in 1/4 cup of yogurt on top of the granola, and 1 tsp of the strawberry jam on top of the yogurt.
Next, add in 1/4 cup of sliced strawberries and 1/4 cup of blueberries.
Continue to layer on more granola, yogurt, fruit spread, and berries until all have been used up. Top with a bit more granola, and the hemp hearts.
Dig in & ENJOY!
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