Boston Cream Pie Parfait- 317 calories

Can you think about anything better than chocolate for breakfast? I have a jar of Homemade Fat Free Chocolate Syrup in the fridge calling my name, so I tossed this together for a protein packed, filling, chocolatey breakfast. You can also split this into 4 servings and serve it as dessert.

Keep this in mind when you pass the yogurt isle, Yoplait, Dannon and Activia all add preservatives and thickening agents into their yogurt… thickening agents. Now I’m no scientist, but just think about it you are thickening agents into your body, that can’t be good!

Makes 2 large or 4 small parfaits-

2 cups Greek Yogurt

2 tbsp Honey

1 tsp Vanilla Extract

2 Crunchy Cookies- I used 5 Trader Joe’s Oatmeal Chocolate Chip mini’s.

2 tbsp Homemade Fat Free Chocolate Syrup

In a medium bowl combine yogurt, honey and vanilla. Mix well and set aside.

Place cookies in a Ziploc bag and crush and roll with a rolling-pin until you have just crumbs. Put 1/2 of the crumbs at the bottom of your clear glasses, then top with the yogurt, sprinkle the rest of the cookie crumbs around the sides of the yogurt and top with the chocolate sauce.

Each large parfait has:

Calories: 317

Fat: 3

Fiber: 1.5

Protein: 25

Carbs: 47

3 thoughts on “Boston Cream Pie Parfait- 317 calories

  1. well since i have some of that choc syrup here from ya im just going have to make this receipe since half the work is already done :)

  2. Thanks for stopping by!! Hope you enjoy these delicious parfaits. Make sure to check out my Orange Dream Parfaits, they are my personal favorite :)
    Happy Cooking!

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