Luscious Summer Strawberry & Greek Yogurt With a Drizzle of Honey Parfait

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This is more of taking advantage of high-quality wonderful, fresh ingredients than a strict rigid recipe. You can substitute wonderful fresh blueberries, plum, raspberries in the place of strawberries if you like .

I’ve been wanting this for a couple weeks now, but didn’t see any decent looking strawberries in the store to make it a reality!

Fortunately, yesterday over at Walmart super store by me yesterday they had some really awesome looking strawberries that we’re perfect looking.

The How To:

All you do to make this is just take some Trader Joe’s Nonfat Greek Yogurt (and it must be Trader Joe’s Nonfat Greek Yogurt), because they’re the only ones that have the three different cultures in it and they’re the only ones that are 22 grams protein and the only ones with zero fat. It is the best tasting, highest quality good for you yogurt I’ve ever had my life yogurt! If that’s not a good endorsement I don’t know what is!

Then you just take parfait glass or bowl, and then just put some of the berries in the bottom of the bowl or glass after washing them and taking the stems off.

Then put another dollop of Greek yogurt, a tiny little drizzle of orange flower honey and lastly more Greek yogurt, then some more luscious berries and a creamy dollop of Greek yogurt and a few berries to garnish on top, with a little bit more of the honey.

I don’t like things that are too sweet and syrupy for this is like fantastic. I just read it in one of my nutrition books I read so many things I can keep track of where it reads them but I read that strawberries are high in fiber as well is potassium and so has alot of potassium in his favor from the strawberries, high protein from the Greek yogurt, amazingly it’s decadent but it’s low fat so if you want to make this into a breakfast parfait just add your favorite low-fat granola to it or you can make my granola that’s on the website.

Enjoy!

Paulette Motzko

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