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This red, white, and blue berry yogurt parfait recipe is a quick, healthy, and totally delicious breakfast. A drizzle of honey takes the taste to the next level!

blueberry and raspberry yogurt parfait in a clear glass

I wanted to make something that’s somewhat patriotic for my American readers. This is a really nice and simple patriotic breakfast that can kick your Fourth of July celebrations off in a healthier way. 🙂

This granola parfait couldn’t be much easier to make. It really isn’t much of a recipe… you basically just layer the ingredients in whatever fashion you choose. I don’t think there’s really a right or wrong way to do it. These patriotic parfaits can get pretty filling (and calorie dense) without realizing it, so I try not to pack the layers too tight, but that’s about all there is to it.

I tend to eat yogurt parfaits when I am traveling. It’s an easy thing to pick up at the airport, and most hotels have them in their coffee shops. I do prefer the taste when you make them fresh yourself, though!

two berry parfaits on a table with two spoons and loose berries

You can make these yogurt parfaits ahead so they’re ready for you in the morning or eat them right away. I personally like to leave mine for a while (like overnight) because I find granola can be a bit too crunchy on my teeth otherwise.

Feel free to skip the drizzle of honey (the granola and vanilla yogurt is already sweet enough), but I really like it as a special finishing touch.

two clear glasses with blueberry and raspberry parfaits on a surface beside spoons

You don’t need to limit yourself to raspberries and blueberries in this yogurt granola parfait. They’re two of my favorite fruits, but strawberries would work just as well. Or even ditch the color scheme altogether and make it with whatever fruit you have on hand if you’re not aiming for a July 4th recipe.

I used a coconut granola, but whatever granola you buy is totally fine.

Just a side note – I originally wrote the recipe with the word “punnet” to describe the quantity of blueberries and raspberries, but I wasn’t sure that it’s a word used outside of the U.K. As someone who was born in the U.K. but spent most of my life in Canada, grew up with American TV, and I’m now married to a Brit, I sometimes get confused on who uses what word. 😛

close-up of berry breakfast parfait in a glass with a raspberry on a dollop of yogurt

Will you make these fruit and yogurt parfaits?

Let me know in the comments below!

These berry yogurt parfaits are a quick, easy, and delicious breakfast that you can make ahead in mason jars. Perfect for kids or meal prep breakfasts on the go. 
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Red, White, and Blue Yogurt Parfait

This red, white, and blue berry yogurt parfait recipe is a quick, healthy, and totally delicious breakfast. A drizzle of honey takes the taste to the next level!
Prep: 10 minutes
Servings: 2 parfaits


  • 1 (8.8 ounce) container fresh raspberries
  • 1 (8.8 ounce) container fresh blueberries
  • Vanilla Greek yogurt to taste
  • Granola to taste
  • Honey to taste


  • In a glass, mason jar, or even a bowl, add a base layer of granola or yogurt.
  • Build layers with the fruit, yogurt, and granola until you've either filled the container or used up your fruit. I don't pack the layers too tight.
  • Drizzle some honey on top and let it run down to the lower layers. 
  • Either serve immediately or keep it in the fridge overnight. 


  • You may not use all the berries, but that's ok.

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  1. Matt says:

    Making a couple of these this weekend, my boys will love it!

    1. Natasha says:

      Awesome!! Hope they love it!

  2. Leigh Ann says:

    I love these parfaits! What a gorgeous breakfast!

    1. Natasha says:

      Thanks so much, Leigh Ann!