Blueberry and Yogurt Parfait

Blueberry and Yogurt Parfait

Blueberry and Yogurt Parfait

The past couple of weeks I have been somewhat obsessed with this blueberry compote I’ve been making. Especially in Southern California now, there has been an abundance of fresh blueberries everywhere, and I can’t seem to get enough of them.  Anyway, I’ve been whipping up this tasty little concoction and pouring it over vanilla ice cream, waffles and pancakes. I can sometimes be found at midnight, standing over my sink with a spoon and eating it straight from the container.

This past weekend I had the whole family over for brunch and I made these Blueberry and Yogurt Parfaits in tiny shot glasses. They were a big hit.

Blueberry and Yogurt Parfait

Blueberry and Yogurt Parfait

Blueberry and Yogurt Parfait

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Blueberry Compote

Blueberry Compote

Mama’s Tips:

This is a great compote to use over ice cream, waffles, pancakes, cottage cheese as well as yogurt. Just store in the refrigerator in an air-proof container. It should last about 2 days.

You can make this compote the day before you make the parfaits, just assemble the parfait at the last minute.

These are perfect when you’re having the whole gang over for brunch. Use 3 ounce shot glasses and make parfait shots. It a nice way to start off any brunch.

Blueberry Yogurt Parfait

Blueberry yogurt Parfait

Blueberry and Yogurt Parfait

Blueberry and Yogurt Parfait

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14 thoughts on “Blueberry and Yogurt Parfait

  1. Love blueberries, you can’t go wrong with putting them on almost anything even with some tequila! The parfait looks inviting. Happy Feasting.

  2. One of our favorite breakfasts is plain yogurt (regular or Greek) topped with fresh blueberries, toasted slivered almonds and honey. This is quite similar! Definitely going to make the compote, Sheryl! Looks delicious! 🙂

  3. Blueberries are everywhere in our region too, and while they seem to be a bit early, I don’t mind a single bit. Love the use of agave, Sheryl, and the parfaits are a great make ahead breakfast. Spot on recipe!

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