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Delish Low Fat, High Protein Yogurt Parfait

Delish Low Fat, High Protein Yogurt Parfait


This is a very tasty and healthy yogurt parfait. I used strawberries and bananas but you can use any fruit that you like. I also toasted the oatmeal in the oven to make it crunchier which adds a nice nutty flavor. Enjoy this anytime of day. Makes for a great breakfast to get you up and on the go!

Nutrition: calories 199.4, fat 1.8g, fiber 6.2 g, carbs 39g, protein 11g, sugars 19g, sodium 121mg


Delish Low Fat, High Protein Yogurt Parfait

Makes one serving


  • 8 oz container of plain non fat Greek yogurt (no more than 90-100 calories per container)
  • 1/2 small banana, sliced
  • 2-3 strawberries, sliced
  • 1/8 cup dry oatmeal, toasted (see directions)
  • 1 tbsp wheat germ
  • 1/2 to 1 tsp cinnamon



  1. In a medium to large glass or parfait dish layer in the yogurt first. Sprinkle with some cinnamon, After, layer the strawberries, more yogurt, the rest of the cinnamon, oatmeal, yogurt, and bananas. Finish your parfait with the yogurt and top with the wheat germ and more fruit. ENJOY this healthy, delish treat!

To toast the oatmeal:

  1. Have your oven set at 275 degrees and lay the oatmeal on a cookie sheet. Bake for about 10-15 minutes. Check after 10 minutes, as it can burn very quickly. Turn the pan around after 5 minutes. You can also add the wheat germ for the last 3 minutes.

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  1. Hi ” Real Sugar girl” ( with those yummy looking cupcakes) When you toast the oatmeal it gives it a nutty, sweet taste. Try making this. I think you will like the combo of tastes and textures. By the way, I really try and use the plain yogurt most of the time and then add to it. I do have some frozen treats with the fat free/ fruit yogurts. Thanks for writing! You keep up the good work as well! Pam 🙂

  2. This looks great. You used plain yogurt, no sugar….does the oatmeal sweeten it up? I eat greek yogurt everyday, plain, but I add in vanilla extract and splenda….I guess you would call that cheating! Keep those recipes comin’

    Liz Thompson, your real sugar girl! (when she bakes for others….for me though, sometimes, I eat the low fat…..)