Strawberry Banana Yogurt Parfait with Homemade Granola

Strawberry Banana Yogurt Parfait with Homemade Granola


With Shabbos out on the early side these days, I’m always looking for ideas of something light (and milchigs!) to eat. I decided to go with a yogurt parfait tonight, with some homemade granola. This recipe is absolutely delicious and healthy! It’s slightly sweet, with just a bit of saltiness and oh so crunchy! A couple of years ago, I was in the supermarket looking for a good granola to buy. They seemed to be carrying a new Israeli variety, but I didn’t understand all of the ingredients. My (then) boss’s sister, who speaks fluent hebrew, was there, so I asked her to translate. Instead, she told me she had the perfect granola recipe, and emailed it to me later that day. It’s been my go-to recipe ever since! (Thanks Rikal!)

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7 thoughts on “Strawberry Banana Yogurt Parfait with Homemade Granola

    1. Oh wow! I feel so honored! (especially being so new to this!) Just one question. Do the blogs all have to be new, kosher, and about food? thanks again!

  1. I love homemade granola – I make it all the time. I love how inexpensive it is compared to the fancy-shmancy ones they sell at the supermarket.
    What a great idea for a light motzei shabbos meal. It would make a great breakfast too. Do you think it would get too soggy if you prepared it the night before and refrigerated overnight?

    1. If you mean the actual parfait, yes, the granola will get soggy. I’d suggest sealing the granola in a ziploc bag or airtight container, and putting the parfait together right before eating (doesn’t take too much time to cut up a banana or a couple of strawberries…)

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