Yogurt Parfaits with Blackberries and Vanilla

Fresh and fruity is the theme this week at I Heart Cooking Clubs. I chose these yogurt parfaits as blackberries are in season. 
To macerate the berries you add seeds of half of a vanilla bean to 1/4 cup of sugar and blend with your fingers. Add two cups of blackberries and one cinnamon stick and let sit for 35 minutes to one hour. Divide the berries between 4 glasses and top the berry mixture with 2/3 cup of plain yogurt. I did not have 10 ounce jars as the recipe calls for so I had leftover macerated berries as it would not all fit. We enjoyed these on a hot summer day.
The recipe is available on page 199 of Good Food, Good Life.
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7 Comments Add yours

  1. flour.ish.en says:

    This is such a healthy parfait for anytime of the day. I'd go for it for breakfast, why not? It looks so enticing!

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  2. Kim says:

    This recipe is high on my CS list mainly because it looks so very inviting, but is also healthy! I think anyone would feel special with one of these in their hand.

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  3. Claudia says:

    OOOOh, that makes me want to go pick blackberries again. Unfortunately, I'll have to wait for fall. Luckily we have frozen available.

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  4. These look so pretty in your glasses. Healthy + delicious is always a win! 😉

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  5. Gorgeous parfaits with lovely blackberries. It's kinda hard to find blackberries but if I do see them in specialty stores, I will grab 'em!

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  6. Fruity deliciousness! I know that I would really, really, enjoy these!

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  7. Zosia says:

    You cannot go wrong with yogurt and fresh fruit in a pretty glass. Just lovely!

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