MPN™  Yogurt Parfait

YIELD:  50 5.5 oz parfait glasses

INGREDIENTS                                                                                 AMOUNT-Fluid Mea

Plain Yogurt, Greek Style     12 pounds or 192 oz 5½ Quarts
Honey (or for sugar free version, use Stevia, pure powder- 2 & 2/3 cupsOR 1 tsp stevia powder
Mixed Berries or Seasonal Fruit      50 oz 5 cups
Cinnamon 2 TBps
OPTIONAL: HOMEMADE* or purchased GRANOLA (Optional)   50 oz 12 cups (3 Qts)


1. Mix yogurt and honey and/or stevia powder.

2. Pour yogurt mixture into parfait glasses or other containers.

3. Add 1 OZ fruit of choice.

4. Sprinkle cinnamon powder on top

5. Optional:   Top with 1 OZ granola.

* Made with Old fashioned oats (Not Instant),  wheat germ,   flax seeds, brown or raw sugar, almond slivers, honey, maple syrup, canola oil, water, cinnamon, nutmeg, and perhaps dried fruits.

[1] Created, tested by Chef Trish Washuta (of Disneyland, USA) following Memory Preservation Nutrition®  program in consultation with Nancy Emerson Lombardo, PhD and HCI team circa 2007.  Trish and Nancy met at restaurant in Washington DC and hit it off sharing our common passion for nutrition and brain health.  Trish helped cure her son of so many problems related to ADHD and other issues, through improved nutrition.

In 2016 Trish is now lead Chef at an Assisted Living community in Florida!

We at the Brain Health and Wellness Center have successfully introduced this recipe and variations on this theme, with or without the granola, for breakfast, for snacks and as a dessert, in several Assisted Living communities in Massachusetts as well as at Amazing Place in Houston Texas, and elsewhere.   You will note one variation mentioned as a dessert option for the Labor Day Menu featured on on August 30, 2016.

© 2007, 2010  Nancy Emerson Lombardo Ph.D., Patricia Washuta ,Joan Reardon, RN, and colleagues, HealthCare Insights, LLC    Placed on on March 30, 2012.

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