Friday, July 5, 2013

Greek Yogurt Parfait - Sarah Schwall Guest Post

I'm off at girl's camp this week, so I'll be having a series of guest bloggers for you while I'm gone. Enjoy! 

Hi everyone! I'm Sarah Schwall, I'm a first grade teacher by day and hog farmer by night. I blog at The House that Ag Built about bringing agriculture into the classroom, recipes, crafts, and making my house into a home. I love food, DIY, and shoes. I live in Northern California with my husband and dogs.

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Today I’m sharing with you my recipe for Greek yogurt parfaits.

I love yogurt and could eat it every day. I prefer Greek yogurt for its thicker heartier taste but flavored Greek yogurt is expensive when you buy the individual containers. So, I decided to make some parfaits to keep in the freezer for a quick snack.

All you need is yogurt (I chose Greek nonfat plain yogurt), berries (I chose frozen since they were not in season yet), chopped almonds, and honey. Oh, and some containers.
The containers are 1.2 cup and seem to be a good size. It is a hearty snack at that size and some days I am not hungry enough to finish it so I am looking for a little smaller containers.
Here is how to make them:
Scoop in some yogurt.
Top with berries.
Top with almonds.
Then honey.
Smoosh the lid on.
And place in the freezer. This will make 4 containers this size (but of course I only have 2).
I like to take these to work as an afternoon snack - just pull it out of the freezer in the morning and it will be ready to eat in the afternoon. If you want this for a morning snack, then pull it from the freezer the night before and it will be thawed and ready to enjoy by late morning.
I love these because I could make a bunch (if I had more containers) and not have to worry about having healthy snacks for work or the weekend. They would be in the freezer ready to go!
I was worried about the almonds getting soggy but they provided the perfect crunch even after being frozen and thawed!
YUM! What is your favorite healthy snack?
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  1. YUM! Stopping by from the Friday Flair link party! Would love to have you also link this up at the Ladies Only Blog Share Link Party. Our theme is Red, White & BBQ! :)

    1. Thanks Crystal for the invite. I just hopped over and linked it up.

  2. Thanks Cathy for the invite, I'll be by on Thursday to link up. Thanks!

  3. Whoa! That parfait looks amazing :) I followed you here from the Keeping it Simple link party, by the way. Also, I’d like to invite you to come link up with me at my link party! I’d love it if you could stop by & link up some of your recipes! This is the link!

    1. Thank you Anyonita for the invite, looks like I'm a little late this week so I'll stop by on Tuesday and link up.

  4. Oh my gosh! This is genius!!! I make a ton of parfaits and I never thought to freeze them!!! Visiting from Simply Sweet Home.

    1. Awesome Stacy, I'm glad we could give you a good idea!

  5. This looks SO good! Thank you for linking up to the Thrifty Thursday link party!

    1. Thanks for coming by Ruth, I hope you enjoy it!


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