A Simple Gluten-Free Vegan Parfait

by Kortney Campbell on February 6, 2012

Yogurt Parfait I didn’t realize that I miss yogurt until recently when I tried out Amande’s Cultured Almond Milk a few weeks back.  This stuff is absolutely amazing in every flavor AND gluten free, but to cut the sugar (& calories) back, I opt for the plain version then add liquid vanilla stevia.  For the past few weeks, I have been enjoying this pretty little parfait for breakfast, so I thought I would share the simple recipe.

What You Need:

Parfait Ingredients Directions:

  1. In a bowl, combine your yogurt, 1 syringe full of vanilla stevia & as much pumpkin pie spice as you please.  Mix well then set aside.
  2. Pour your blueberries into the bottom of a pretty glass.
  3. Add 1/2 of your yogurt to the top of your blueberries.
  4. Add strawberries then the rest of your yogurt.
  5. Top with your crunchy cereal *We opt for Enjoy Life’s Perkey’s Crunchy Flax cereal for the nutritional value

There are just so many fun options with a parfait- not to mention, they are so pretty & easy to make!  You can use all different types of fruits, cereals and spices to keep it exciting.

What is your favorite vegan yogurt & fruit combo?

Happy Monday!

About Kortney Campbell

I'm Kortney; a wife, natural mama and vegan in love with life, food and all things vintage! I've been vegan since December 2007, but have loved to cook & create pretty things since before I can remember. I started Vegan Housewives because I don't think you have to give up the joys of food when going vegan! I have a fondness for re-creating non-vegan recipes (especially my grandma's), making a healthier & animal friendly version so be sure to send me your favorite concoctions by clicking our "share a recipe" button - I would LOVE to veg-i-fy them!

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    Ani mendez February 10, 2012 at 2:45 pm

    mmm i like it with honey and strawberries =)

    mmm, me gusta con miel y fresas =)


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