Dairy Free Fruit Parfait

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P’Diddy’s favorite breakfast we call the ‘Chick-fil-A Yogurt’. It is an item he orders frequently at that restaurant because he likes it so much. One day I asked him if he’d like me to try and make it at home and he said yes! I now make it all the time, but with a twist or two. This dairy free fruit parfait recipe is our favorite way.

If you know the ‘Chick-fil-A Yogurt’ then you know it is made with strawberries, blueberries and you can choose either granola or cookie crumbles for a mix-in.

Our Dairy Free Fruit Parfait Recipe

4 large {organic} strawberries

10-12 {organic} blueberries

Silk dairy free yogurt in plain, strawberry or blueberry

Horizon Organic cinnamon snack grahams {or choose their honey or chocolate flavor}

Slice up the strawberries. Crush a handful of the snack grahams.

In this photo I used two different kinds of yogurt, but one carton is usually plenty.

Pour half the amount of yogurt you are using into a bowl {or school container to go}. Layer with all the crushed snack grahams and half the fruit. Pour the remaining yogurt on top and garnish the top with the other half of the fruit and a couple of whole snack grahams to make cute.

It doesn’t have to be just about breakfast either, that is just his most common time to eat it. It’s a fabulous snack or dessert when you crave something sweet. I will even put it in his school lunch this fall for a fun treat. And shhhhh don’t tell him that it is very healthy for him too! It’s sooooo good! The crushed snack grahams make the perfect filler.

You’ll notice I used almost all organic ingredients and the Silk dairy free yogurt is made with nothing artificial and is non-GMO verified. It all came from King Soopers grocery store which is in the Kroger family. They have great organic and/or all natural sections through out the store.

Healthy treats make for happy kids!

Will you make this dairy free fruit parfait for breakfast, dessert or a lunch snack?

This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Horizon, Silk, & So Delicious. The opinions and text are all mine.

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