Red, White and Blue Parfait

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Have you tried So Delicious coconut yogurt?

I often tell clients about it when discussing upgraded food choices to replace their traditional yogurt.

It’s sweet, creamy, smooth and best of all dairy-free and very versatile. I recommend getting the Plain or Unsweetened variety. Plain is sweet (sweetened with cane juice with 8 g of sugar per serving) so if you’re looking for a dessert option or plan on serving it to friends, go for this one. If you’re watching your sugar intake, go for the Unsweetened variety.

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This yogurt is really so delicious. The Plain variety is lovely without anything added to it but I like to add a scoop of stevia with a touch of vanilla to the container and mix it in…I definitely recommend adding the stevia and vanilla to the Unsweetened variety. You can also add cacao powder, probably a tablespoon or two per container to make a low sugar, chocolate dessert.

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With all that being said, the most festive way to enjoy the So Delicious yogurt for July 4th is parfait-style, adding beautiful berries in between layers of  yogurt. You can serve this to guests as a really simple breakfast, but since it’s not really nutrient dense, I prefer it as a dessert.

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Red, White and Blue Parfait

1 container So Delicious yogurt, Plain or Unsweetened
1 scoop stevia (currently using Organic Sweet Leaf)
splash of vanilla
berries of choice (organic blueberries, raspberries, and/or strawberries)
cacao nibs (optional)
Decadent topping (Spectrum or homemade)

Wash berries and set aside. Sweeten yogurt. Layer berries with yogurt in your favorite dessert cup. Add additional toppings like a sprinkle of Decadent blend or cacao nibs. Makes enough for 2-4 servings.

Have a happy, healthy and safe 4th of July!!

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