Fruit And Yoghurt Parfait; Fruity Start To A Day
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A popular French delicacy known as parfait is not only visually appealing because of its many layers, but it also tastes great. A frozen dish called a parfait is produced in France with a sugar syrup, egg, and cream base. A parfait can be created in a home kitchen without specialised equipment by stirring it occasionally while freezing because it contains enough fat, sugar, alcohol, and to a lesser extent, air. The production of water crystals, which would normally give the ice cream an unpleasant mouthfeel, is prevented by fat, sugar, alcohol, or air. When preparing ordinary ice cream, the development of ice crystals is controlled either chemically by adding glycerol or by stirring the ice cream constantly while it freezes. Both shouldn't be required when preparing a parfait of superior grade. In less than 10 minutes, a no-cook dessert will be ready. Just a few ingredients, including strawberries, granola, walnuts, and pecans, are required. The ideal dessert to serve at Christmas parties, New Year's parties, date evenings, anniversary celebrations, and other special events is a fruit and yoghurt parfait. By utilising flavour-infused yoghurts, such as mango, blueberry, strawberry, or vanilla, you can alter the dessert to your personal preferences. Chopped almonds and cashews can be sprinkled on top of fruit and yoghurt parfait to give it a richer flavour and texture. This recipe will undoubtedly be a hit with both children and adults.


  • 2 cup plain greek yoghurt
  • 100 grams granola
  • 20 grams walnuts
  • 20 grams pecan
  • 30 grams strawberry


  • Take strawberries, pecans, and walnuts. Give them a bite-sized chop.
  • Start building layers in a dessert cup or glass. Yoghurt should be added first, followed by granola, then walnuts, pecans, and strawberry slices. To finish the dessert, add 3–4 more layers of this type.
  • Your parfait of fruit and yoghurt is now ready for serving. Enjoy!