Vitamin C Yogurt Parfait Bowl

Start with Silk's strawberry dairy-free almondmilk yogurt alternative, then top with fresh fruit, nuts and a swirl of vitamin C goodness. Satisfying and delish, this plant-based breakfast will keep you full for hours!

As mentioned in my previous post, we are trying to eat more plants in 2019. So I've come up with a list of plant-based swaps to make that easier for both of us! 

1) Swap in dairy-free yogurt to create decadent desserts (like these unicorn popsicles and this chocolate mousse) and satisfying parfaits, like in the recipe below!

2) Use almondmilk and plant-based protein powder in your morning smoothies!

vitamin C yogurt parfait ingredients

3) Hold the cream and use flavored almondmilk creamer in your morning cup o' joe or as a sweetener in your oatmeal.

4) Create creamy sauces and soups with dairy-free milks.

5) Replace that pint of ice cream in your fridge with a dairy-free frozen dessert. This Salted Caramel Cluster is almost ALWAYS in our freezer!

yogurt parfait bowl in process

Back to this yogurt parfait... 

I mean, total #breakfastgoals, am I right?!? This breakfast is packed with Vitamin C, perfect for this time of year << insert cough, Ahem>>. My daughter has been fighting a cold all week, so we are getting alllllllllllll the Vitamin C we can!

vitamin C yogurt parfait bowl

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Vitamin C Yogurt Parfait Bowl

Vitamin C Yogurt Parfait Bowl


Vitamin C Yogurt Parfait Bowl


5 1⁄3 ounces Silk Strawberry Yogurt Alternative
3 Strawberries
1 clementine (peeled and separated into slices)
1⁄4 cup trail mix with almonds, walnuts, and dried strawberries
  ---FOR THE SAUCE--- (optional)
2000 milligrams vitamin C powder
1 tablespoon Silk unsweetened almondmilk
1 teaspoon Ground Flax
1⁄8 teaspoon Color by Nature pink dye (optional)
1⁄8 teaspoon Color by Nature yellow dye (optional)


  1. Stir together sauce ingredients. Set aside.
  2. Add yogurt to a shallow bowl.
  3. Swirl on the sauce (optional).
  4. Adorn with sliced strawberries and clementines. Sprinkle on some trail mix. Enjoy!

Yields 1 Serving