Simple Red, White, and Blue Parfait

When 4th of July rolls around in the summertime, anything cold and sweet is delicious to enjoy under the sun. However, not all of them can be as yummy and healthy as the recipe we are about to share with you. For 4th of July this year (or any other time when you want to show a little patriotic spirit), why not make a delicious red, white, and blue parfait!

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This recipe is SO simple, that it probably shouldn’t even be called a recipe! Whatever you’d like to call it, it’s equally as delicious.

Supplies and ingredients:

  • Vanilla/plain yogurt
  • Sliced red berries (strawberries and raspberries work great)
  • Blueberries
  • Whipped topping/Cool Whip
  • Dessert cups

In a bowl, fold the whipped topping into the yogurt to make a light, fluffy yogurt combo. Using a dessert cup, layer of spoonful of the yogurt combo in between each layer of berries, alternating in color. Top with a little dollop of yogurt. Keep in the fridge until ready to serve.

Simplest dessert recipe ever! You can prepare all the ingredients ahead of time, and scoop them into dessert cups the day of the party. You can also serve this buffet-style and have guests create their own parfaits.

If you’re a big fan of fruits and yogurt like us, this dessert is will be right up your alley. Try it at your next 4th of July party!

 

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3 responses to “Simple Red, White, and Blue Parfait

  1. Oh this is so festive!! And looks delicious too! ๐Ÿ™‚
    Kenley

  2. Reblogged this on fendallsofogden and commented:
    So simple and looks beautiful. Thanks for sharing!

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