Yogurt Parfaits with a Twist!

Yogurt parfaits never go out of style for breakfast, but every once in a while, it’s nice to spice them up with a new ingredient (and one that’s good for you, too)!  Good news is, adding a nutritional boost to this classic breakfast has never been easier.

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Introducing BioHarvest, a company that created the FIRST-EVER “biofood” (a superfood subcategory) called VINIA™. Essentially, VINIA™ is a red grape cell powder rich in nutrients that encapsulates the benefits of red wine, without the unwanted sugars, calories or alcohol. It’s easily consumed and great for sprinkling atop or mixing into every day foods and drinks.  I was wondering if you would be able to shareBioHarvest’s Yogurt Parfait Recipe with your readers?  It incorporates one sachet of VINIA, meaning that just one serving of this yogurt parfait contains a similar amount of Resveratrol as found in 1,000 grapes!  Talk about bang for your buck.

 

BioHarvest’s Yogurt Parfait

Ingredients

·    1 cup vanilla Greek yogurt

·    1/3 cup granola

·    ¼ cup raspberries

·    ¼ cup blueberries

·    1 sachet VINIA red grape powder

·    Drizzle of honey

Directions

In a bowl combine yogurt, granola, and VINIA. Stir to combine, then layer half in a wide-mouth mason jar. Add half the berries, then layer in remaining yogurt mixture and berries. Refrigerate overnight, and up to 3 days. Enjoy cold.

 

 

 

About BioHarvest

BioHarvest, a consumer health company, has pioneered a patented breakthrough platform technology to produce the first-ever superfood sub-category, known as “biofood”, made from fruit and vegetable cells that are nutritionally comparable to their natural parent form. VINIA™,made from red grape cells, is a new biofood offering a simple and healthy alternative to what people love about red wine, without sugars, calories, or alcohol. Rich in nutrients, daily consumption of VINIA™ red grape cell powder is aimed to help consumers lead a healthy life.

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