Kiwi And Banana Parfait Recipe

This delicious kiwi and banana parfait recipe is super amazing. Usually people use almond milk and yogurt for a parfait, I used Greek yogurt which quite thick and creamy. Parfait refers to a rich cold dessert made creamy along with some fruits. Three years back, when I tried parfait for the first time, I fell in love with it. It was berries parfait which you must have known by now that it is one of the favorite fruits. So, today I was craving parfait, wanted to order from outside but because of the current situation I couldn’t but no worries I made kiwi and banana parfait at home along with Greek yogurt. I was short of chia seeds but you can always add them to your parfait it is super healthy. If in case you don’t have Greek yogurt you can also use hung yogurt which tastes similar to Greek yogurt- creamy and thick. This dessert is originated from France cuisine and traditionally it is made with eggs, sugar, cream, and syrup but Americans like to eat this dessert with yogurt, nuts, granola, and fruits. This parfait tastes super creamy and yummy.  A lot of different kinds of parfaits are made with different ingredients such as cottage cheese with fruits, ice cream parfait, fruit salad parfait with ice cream, and granola. So try out this super delicious and easy American yogurt parfait recipe with different fruits.

INGREDIENTS FOR KIWI AND BANANA PARFAIT RECIPE

  1. 1 Cup Greek Yogurt/ Hung Yogurt
  2. 1 Teaspoon Vanilla Essence
  3. 1/3 cup Granola
  4. 1 Tablespoon Honey
  5. 2 Kiwi
  6. 1 Banana

KIWI AND BANANA PARFAIT RECIPE – PREPARATION METHOD

  1. Firstly, mix the hung or Greek yogurt along with vanilla essence and honey.
  2. Secondly, pour the yogurt mixture in the glass then layer with the sliced banana and kiwi.
  3. Then, add the Granola on the top.
  4. Then, repeat the same process to make another layer.
  5. Finally, top it up with bananas and kiwi.

PREPARATION TIME- 15 minutes

TOTAL TIME- 15 minutes

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