Spring Yogurt Parfaits

Greek yogurt brings calcium & protein, while the fruit brings an abundance of vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, and a pop of color to these tasty & nutritious spring treats. Assemble ahead of time yourself or let each diner create their masterpiece.

Instructions:

In a medium bowl, gently stir ingredients together with a spoon until well combined. Keep chilled in the refrigerator until ready to assemble parfaits.

2 parts – Vanilla Greek Yogurt

1 part – Whipped Topping, thawed in the refrigerator

Choose a variety of fruits, depending on what you have on hand.

Wash, dry & prepare chosen fruits.

Fruit Ideas:

Sliced Strawberries

Orange Segments

Sliced Banana

Sliced Kiwi

Blueberries

Assemble:

Alternate layers of fruit with layers of the yogurt mixture in clear plastic cups.

Top with whipped topping, cookie crumbles, sprinkles, or a variety of these.

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