Having a baby in the house means that we have a boatload of baby food jars (especially being the third child, I have totally failed at my homemade-baby-food-making plans). Rather than throwing them in the recycling bin, we decided to repurpose them to make a kid-sized family favorite: mini yogurt parfaits using Yulu yogurt!
Yulu is a brand-new Aussie-style yogurt that we have fallen in love with. It has all the benefits of Greek yogurt (hello protein!) without the sour taste that I dislike so much. Australian yogurt is smoothed twice, so it is so much creamier than its Greek counterpart!
Yulu offers a total of five flavors: Vanilla Bean, Strawberry, Blueberry, Raspberry, and Honey. We have tried both the strawberry and vanilla flavors and they are both sensational (Little Brother and I prefer vanilla while Big Brother and Daddy are of the strawberry persuasion). Either way, you can’t go wrong!
You should be able to find Yulu in most grocery and superstores. It was located in the organic section of our local grocery store, but I have seen it with the regular yogurt elsewhere.
Here’s what you’ll need to make your parfaits: baby food jars, Yulu yogurt, granola, and craisins (or any other topping). Fresh fruit would also be delicious!
Layer the jar with yogurt and granola. Repeat.
Top with craisins. Place the lid on the top and refrigerate until ready to serve.
You can even add a seasonal sticker to the front of the parfait…or just a symbol to let your kiddos know how much you love them!
Little Brother asked, “Can I have this every morning for breakfast?” He is a big fan of our Yulu yogurt parfaits!
How does your family enjoy eating yogurt?
This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Yulu. The opinions and text are all mine.