I don't know whether to call this a Banana Granola Yoghurt Parfait a breakfast or dessert, either way it's delicious and I could eat it any time of day.
Since I made my Pumpkin Granola Yoghurt Parfait the other day, all I have been wanting EVERY.SINGLE.DAY is granola and yogurt. It just feels so decadent and is a lovely treat.
I have been saving my healthy extra B, just so I can enjoy this. I have to say too, having one of these satisfies my sweet craving and is my little go to treat in the evening. I even enjoyed one for breakfast too.
If you make some of the banana granola up in advance, it makes a super quick breakfast, as all you have to do is add the layers and you are good to go.
If you have to go to work super early in the mornings and don't have time to go before and, take all the individual components to this with you and then you can layer it up and enjoy once you get to work.
This Banana Granola Yoghurt Parfait is gluten free if you use gluten free oats, it can also be made dairy free if you use a dairy free yogurt, but of course the syns would need to be adjusted.
For the syrup I use Sweet Freedom Fruit Syrup, but if you don't have this on hand you could use maple syrup or honey (just be sure to adjust syns).
I like to use cute stemless wine glasses like these to serve the Pumpkin Granola Yoghurt Parfait
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But any kind of glass, jar or even a bowl will do the trick.
Yummy Banana Granola Yoghurt Parfait
Make a batch of the banana granola and turn it into this delicious Parfait.
Banana Granola Yoghurt Parfait
Banana Granola Yoghurt Parfait - enjoy this delicious recipe any time of the day.
- ⅓ of a batch of Banana Granola - click for recipe
- 1 small banana, sliced
- 2 tsp of Sweet Freedom Fruit Syrup - 1 syn
- ¾ cup/180ml of fat free vanilla yoghurt
- Add the yoghurt to a glass
- Add the sliced banana
- Drizzle with Sweet Freedom Fruit Syrup
- Top with the granola
Please see below for recipe values:
This recipe is gluten free friendly
- Slimming World: - Healthy Extra B and 4 syns per serving
- Gluten Free - use gluten free oats
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Nutrition InformationServing Size 1 SERVING
Amount Per Serving Calories 383Total Fat 3.8gSaturated Fat 0.8gCholesterol 7.5mgSodium 108.6mgCarbohydrates 77.6gFiber 6.6gSugar 35.7gProtein 13.1g
Judith Clements says
I really like this granola. Is it possible to make homemade low fat yoghurt? I know the Instant Pot has a yoghurt setting but it may be that you can only use full fat milk for this? Would love to know if you have tried to make low fat or fat free yoghurt.
Shevy (Slimming Eats) says
Hi Judith, making yoghurt is something I haven't ventured into yet with the instant pot, but I am pretty sure you should be able to make fat free/low fat yoghurt if you use the same as your starter. There is a great instant pot group on facebook and many on it make there on yoghurt, so you could try enquiring on there. Let me know what you find out, i'd love to know and maybe give it a go. I think I need a new sealing ring though, as I make a lot of curries etc, so don't fancy curry tasting yoghurt lol.