Mixed berry dream parfait

mixed berry parfait from eatgood4life

Happy valentine’s to all my family, friends, and followers.

I have something especial to share here with you today. These are no bake, and super easy to put together.

These were a last minute thing that I came up with because this week and the past have been nothing but crazy. Gosh do I wish I had a personal assistant or something :-) Maybe one day right? or not….

As we speak, I am multitasking writing this blog entry, making some gluten free cupcakes for my son’s valentine’s party at school today, cleaning the house and preparing a especial dinner for tonight including a Caribbean chicken recipe, that I must  share with you soon because it is out of this world, and a chocolate mousse made with silken tofu that it is to die for.  

So yes I could use a personal assistant/house keeper of some sort!! I won’t complain though, I know other mommy’s out there are about doing the same :-)

Anyhow, I will keep my writing short and sweet on this one, so I hope everyone has a wonderful great valentine’s day.

Stay safe and…


Mixed berry parfait

These mixed berry parfaits have quite a bit of saturated fat, but guess what?, it is valentines so indulge, I know I will…


Mixed Berry Dream Parfait

Yield: 6 parfaits


2 cups heavy cream
2 cups Greek yogurt
1/4 cup maple syrup
6 oz mixed organic berries
2 full droppers NuNaturals liquid Stevia


In a large bowl whip heavy cream until firm peaks form. I used a hand stand mixer for this. Fold in stevia liquid and 1 cup of Greek yogurt and set aside.

In the food processor puree the berries with maple syrup. Transfer to a bowl and fold in the other cup of Greek yogurt and half of the heavy cream mixture.

In parfait glasses, or any glasses of your choice, place a few table spoons of the mix berry mixture and top with the white heavy cream.

Serve or keep refrigerated.

Nutrition facts calculated based on the recipe giving 6 parfaits.

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1 comment

  1. You decorated it as a gesture? Haha. That’s just great. :) I think it’s amazing that your husband decided to make himself a pumpkin pie! What initiative.

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