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When it’s too hot to turn on the oven you can make this refreshing no bake low calorie dessert. Satisfy your sweet craving with vibrant flavors of the season.
Look at the inviting gorgeous colors of this layered parfait!
No need to heat up the kitchen for a sweet summertime treat that is bikini season friendly.
Light, refreshing and easy on the waistline, this tropical inspired layered yogurt parfait is a terrific low calorie option full of nutrition and protein. Packing nutrient dense fresh fruit puree and plenty of calcium you have a healthy treat, done lickety split!
I topped this fruit parfait with nonfat whipped topping that is made of all natural ingredients.
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- plain greek yogurt (4%, 2% or nonfat) allow 2/3 c per parfait
- sugarfree vanilla syrup to flavor yogurt (I like Jordan’s best)
- fresh or frozen mango chunks, pureed
- fresh or frozen raspberries, pureed and strained of seeds
- nonfat whipped topping (recipe for nonfat whipped topping or video at end of post)
- optional dragon fruit cut into small cubes for garnish
Mix yogurt with sugar free vanilla syrup to taste. If it is still too thick add a bit of milk.
Layer yogurt into bottom of serving glass or dish . I use glasses for old fashioneds for my summery no bake parfaits.
Then using a spoon, carefully layer in mango puree, smoothing gently. Add raspberry puree on top of mango puree careful not to disturb the layer below.
Add on more yogurt then spoon over nonfat whipped topping. Garnish with dragon fruit cubes or fresh raspberries.
You may make 2-3 hours in advance of serving by storing in the fridge immediately after preparing. The nonfat topping will begin to change consistency after that. It will look deflated, unappetizing and a bit sad. That is the opposite of what this vibrant dessert is supposed to be!