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Crunchy Fruit n’ Yogurt Parfait Bites
February 5, 2015 | Home >Healthy Kids >Crunchy Fruit n’ Yogurt Parfait Bites

Crunchy Fruit n’ Yogurt Parfait Bites

LOVE YOUR HEART!!  We are so excited to welcome February with a celebration of heart healthy food!  Our heart healthy recipe with whole grains and berries are these delicious crunchy fruit n’ yogurt parfait bites.  These crunchy fruit n’ yogurt parfait bites are the perfect size for a little tummy.  They also have a variety of textures – crunchy shell and granola, smooth yogurt, soft fruit.  It is great to expose your children to a variety of flavors and textures to help expand their palate.

Crunchy Fruit n' Yogurt Parfait Bites. You'll love these crunchy bites, and your heart will too!

These were really easy to make.  I whipped up a batch in less than 15 minutes!I used Wonton Wrappers. I just pressed them into a mini muffin tin and baked at 375 for about 8 minutes until they started to turn golden.

Crunchy Fruit n' Yogurt Parfait Bites. You'll love these crunchy bites, and your heart will too!

 Then I filled each cup with:

  • Yogurt – We like plain Greek yogurt, but any type will work
  • Granola – This is our favorite homemade granola recipe
  • Fruit – I diced kiwi, blueberries, and strawberries

Crunchy Fruit n' Yogurt Parfait Bites. You'll love these crunchy bites, and your heart will too!

Voila!!My kids liked breaking off the edges and dipping it in the yogurt.  If you have extra, you can put them in a tupperware, and store in the fridge for the next morning.  The shell softens up and it is almost like eating a pastry!
Crunchy Fruit n' Yogurt Parfait Bites. You'll love these crunchy bites, and your heart will too!

 

A few other heart healthy breakfast ideas that we love:

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Natalie Monson

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Lauren says:

These little parfait bites are adorable… and – I imagine – delicious!

These are sooo pretty!! What are Wonton wrappers made with? They just started selling Coconut yogurt at my local store, so I might actually be able to make this 🙂

Mary says:

Oh, these look so good. I can’t wait to try.

Matt K says:

they look super-delicious!

These are ridiculously adorable. Adding onto my list for future party menus… 🙂 Great post!

These are SO cute! What a fun idea, I know my kids will love them 🙂

Jeanette says:

What a cute idea for a heart healthy snack. Pinned to my February Heart Health Month Pinterest board!

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Liz Hallberg says:

I absolutely love this site and all of the recipes and healthy tips for kids. I often incorporate the snack and lunch ideas into my Preschool menu plans. This month, we are learning about keeping our hearts healthy, and having fun doing it. I definitely linked back to this page on a recent blog so parents have a place to go for heart healthy recipes! Thanks!!

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sats says:

yum, I can’t wait to try these. do you know if whole grain wanton wrappers are available- probably asking for too much!

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Anna says:

What would you suggest I add to the crust when backing it so that it doesn’t become too sharp and hard. I tried baking multiple wraps at different times and despite the time it took to get brown they all came out with sharp ends. Other than that the kids loved them.

Natalie Monson says:

If you are worried about the sharp edges, you can let them cool in the refrigerator and it will soften up the shell.

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