Saturday, August 11, 2012

Triple Berry Parfait

Sometimes getting my toddler to eat fruit can be a challenge.  It seems to be a texture issue.  She loves strawberries and raspberries.  Blueberries have been more of an issue.  It seems to be the texture of the blueberry.  I really love the nutritional value of blueberries, so I decided to dress them up.  Pretty much like stuffing vegetables into her favorite meatballs.

I took an idea that my sister shared with me when she helped with Munchkins 1st birthday party; a fruit dip made of yogurt and cool whip.  I translated that into a parfait so the blueberries would be nicely covered in a delicious yogurt cream.

It truly was a hit!  Munchkin loves blueberries this way and I am thrilled we have conquered another food issue, at least for today!

Check out these other ideas for solving your toddler food issues...

Munchkin Meatballs: Baked Turkey and Vegetable Meatballs. The perfect way to get more veggies into your toddlers meals. Moist & flavorful!
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Super Simple Homemade Chocolate Syrup - toss out your old bottled syrup and give this one a try.  With only 4 ingredients you CAN pronounce.  Sugar, cocoa, vanilla and salt.  You'll thank me!


Struggling with your kids to eat anything nutritious?  These 3 ice pops are something to make everyone happy! My toddler gobbles these up!

Triple Berry Parfait
serves 4
6 ounces raspberries, cleaned (reserve 4 for garnish)
6 ounces blueberries, washed (reserve 4 for garnish)
8 ounces strawberries, washed and chopped (reserve 4 pieces for garnish)
6 ounces strawberry yogurt
6 ounces Cool Whip whipped topping

In a small bowl combine yogurt and cool whip.  Set aside.

In 4 small cups layer berries and yogurt cream mixture.  Starting with strawberries, then blueberries and finally raspberries separating each layer with a dollop of cream.  Garnish with reserved  berries.

Serve and enjoy!

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4 comments:

  1. Cute parfaits. What kid wouldn't go nuts over those?! The colors are perfect. I'm headed to the kitchen now for a bowl full of raspberries. Yum!

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  2. Great looking parfaits, I'm lucky..my 2 yr old can eat like a bear but my daughters more wary with textures and tastes..

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  3. Can you use a product like cool whip instead of home made whipped cream for this recipe?

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    1. The recipe actually calls for Cool Whip, you could use either. Just be careful to fold whipped cream and yogurt as to not over deflate the whipped cream. Enjoy.

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