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Snack Parfait

1. Put two spoonfuls of yogurt in a cup.

2. Put a spoonful of granola on the yogurt (teachers added sprinkle of wheat germ)

3. Add 2 spoonfuls of fruit on the granola (teachers added sliced strawberries and bananas)

4. Add 2 more spoonfuls of yogurt on the fruit (teachers added more fruit)

5. Put a little granola on the top (add more wheat germ, if desired) Eat and enjoy.

Note: This was a favorite that could easily be made with a large group. Any fruit could be substituted. A sprinkle of wheat germ is a way to "sneak" more fiber into food, without altering taste.)

Tester's note: The teachers made a large dish of parfait and garnished it with strawberries that made a "smiley" face (Kids love that kind of stuff!). They used sliced strawberries and bananas for fruit. Any fruit could be used. Teachers also added a sprinkle of wheat germ -- it couldn't be tasted -- to the granola layers to provide more fiber.

An Idea Page from the American Dairy Association & Dairy Council Mid East

Thursday, July 19, 2001

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