Recipe: Pear Yogurt Parfaits with Honey Nut Clusters {Fiber One}

by Cate on June 4, 2013

Untitled
If it’s true what they say, that you eat with your eyes first, well, then, parfait’s are totally a way to go.

Because how pretty are they?!

When Fiber One asked for me to create three recipes using their cereal in an out-of-the-box idea, I knew instantly that a parfait would be one of them.

Because hello prettiness!

But also, because I love the balance you can achieve when you’re putting a parfait together, particularly this one.

The creaminess of the yogurt, the soft bite of the pears, the unmistakable crunch of the Fiber One’s Honey Nut Clusters, and the slightly sweet drizzle of honey finishing it up.

Untitled

It’s like a little love song to breakfast. That little extra special taste to start your day off with the right … bite.

And kid-approved! Both kids love parfaits, and this one was no exception.

So the next time you want something a little different for breakfast.

Or want to take your same-old, same-old cereal out of its routine.

I’ve got you covered with this Pear Yogurt Parfait.

This is the last recipe of the three part Fiber One series. In case you missed the other two, you can find the Sweet ‘n Salty Trail Mix here, and the Maple Granola Cereal Bowl here.

Wednesday? A recipe for Asparagus with Balsamic Tomatoes and Goat Cheese.
Thursday? May Instagram review.
Friday? Book review.

Pear Yogurt Parfaits with Honey Nut Clusters
Recipe courtesy of Cate O’Malley

Ingredients:

14 oz vanilla yogurt
15 oz can of sliced pears
¾ cup Fiber One Honey Nut Clusters
honey for drizzling

Directions:

Starting with yogurt on the bottom, layer your ingredients: yogurt, pears, cereal. Repeat until done. Drizzle with a little bit of honey right before serving.

Notes:
These parfaits are equally delicious with Greek yogurt or ice cream.
Try roasting the pears a bit beforehand for a little extra flavor boost.

*I was compensated by Betty Crocker to develop this recipe series.

Be Sociable, Share!

{ 1 comment… read it below or add one }

Joanne June 5, 2013 at 6:21 am

I love the idea of layering some granola-esque cereal into parfaits instead of granola!
Joanne recently posted..Recipe: Chocolate Heartland Bundt Cake with Chocolate Honey Glaze

Reply

Leave a Comment

CommentLuv badge

Previous post:

Next post: