1. Peel and chop fruit.
2. Take half of the fruit and split it between the bottom of six cups or bowls.
3. Take half of the yogurt and split it between each cup or bowl, placing it on top of the fruit.
4. Sprinkle each cup with 1/4 cup granola.
5. Repeat layers.
6. Refrigerate leftovers within 2 hours.
NotesSwitch it up with different fruits and different flavored yogurts! For a new topping try crushed graham crackers or a small handful of nuts.
2 cups fresh fruit (try blueberries, apples, bananas, peaches)
24 ounces low-fat vanilla yogurt
2 cups low-fat granola
MaterialsKnife, bowls, spoons, measuring cups, measuring spoons
More About Blueberry
How to Select
Look for berries with a rich color. They should be plump, firm and free of blemishes.
How to Store
Transfer unwashed berries from their original container to a shallow storage container. Keep the berries covered when storing. Wash fresh berries just before using. To freeze blueberries, place them unwashed in a single layer on a parchment-lined baking sheet, and place in the freezer until they are frozen. When frozen, transfer to a zipper-topped freezer bag and return to the freezer until ready to use. Frozen blueberries will keep for up to six months.
How to Prepare
Pop them into your mouth whole, top oatmeal or a parfait with them, or bake them into your favorite treat!
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