APRICOT – YOGHURT PARFAIT

1 Sep

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APRICOT GRAPES PARFAIT

Parfait (pronounced [paʁfɛ]) is a French word literally meaning “perfect” commonly employed to describe a kind of frozen dessert.

A yogurt parfait , which is the healthy version  often contains some of breakfast’s major staples: yogurt, granola combined with your choice of fresh fruits . A great thing about parfait is its versatility. You can make it however you choose! It is one of breakfast’s most delicious meals, and the best part is it’s easy to prepare. Children and adults will love this good-tasting, easy-to-make treat, with the added benefit of it being healthy.

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makes 2 large glasses

INGREDIENTS:-

  • 2 Cups – vanilla or plain yoghurt
  • 1 full cups – black seedless grapes
  • 4 tsp honey
  • 8 fresh apricots- skins removed, pitted
  • 2 tsp walnuts for garnish

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METHOD:-

This is not actually a recipe, it hardly needs any cooking. But just assembling the ingredients.

For the apricot compote, use very ripe apricots. Take out the skin, add 2 tsp honey and blend in a food processor till smooth. Stir the remaining 2 tsp honey in the yoghurt and keep aside. Wash the black grapes,drain and keep aside. Take two serving glasses, put two spoonfuls of apricot compote in each glass and sprinke some black grapes, and layer with 2 spoonfuls of yoghurt and repeat with the remaining ingredients in the same way again. Cover and chill for at least half an hour and enjoy topped with some toasted walnuts.

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