In The Kitchen: Blueberry Yogurt Parfaits {With Granola}

Last weekend, my little family of three stayed at a bed-and-breakfast in East Hampton, The Hedges Inn.  They had the most amazing breakfast spread on Sunday morning and we couldn’t decide what to grab first, so we had a little bit of everything.  My favorite was the blueberry yogurt with granola in a perfect sized jar on ice.  So, I set out to recreate easy versions of a few of the special items from their brunch.  First up, the yogurt.

yogurt blog pic

I used Chobani blueberry non-fat Greek yogurt.  And KIND vanilla blueberry clusters granola.

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I layered the yogurt with granola in small, glass containers and stuck them in the fridge to get nice and cold.

yogurt jars blog pic

A little more fun to serve yogurt in these pretty containers than the standard plastic ones and the crunch of the granola is the perfect addition to one of my morning staples.














  1. These were so good last weekend!
    I can’t wait to have one tomorrow before the big tournament!

  2. Annie Sutherland

    June 8, 2014 at 2:46 PM

    yum! Great to just grab while running out the door to work!

  3. Looks delicious. Can’t wait to try it!

  4. Kendra Cestone

    June 14, 2014 at 10:33 PM

    Hi Gina,

    This morning my daughter and I had yogurt and granola for breakfast. She wanted to make hers a parfait but she told me I didn’t have the right glass. I did, however, have a mason jar so I stole your idea and let her have at it. Thanks for the idea and I love the Kind granola too 🙂

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