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Yogurt Parfaits

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Breakfast in a glass? A perfect idea—especially when kids can do it all themselves, and even make it ahead.
Breakfast in a glass? A perfect idea—especially when kids can do it all themselves, and even make it ahead.
What You’ll Need
  • Fruit (such as blueberries or sliced bananas or peaches)
  • Yogurt (you could also try cottage cheese)
  • Granola
  • A tall, clear glass
What to Do

1. Put a spoonful of yogurt into a tall glass and add some fruit. Then add another layer of yogurt.

2. Add a layer of granola and top it with some more yogurt and fruit.

3. Continue layering the fruit, yogurt, and granola until your glass is full. Enjoy!

Which of the following phrases best describes your elementary-school student?

Parents Talk Back
Which of the following phrases best describes your elementary-school student?
My kid is an introvert.
10% (6 votes)
My kid is an extrovert.
35% (21 votes)
My kid is mostly an introvert but sometimes behaves like an extrovert.
28% (17 votes)
My kid is an extrovert but acts like an introvert from time to time.
27% (16 votes)
Total votes: 60