by Nicole Darabi on Wednesday, April 6th, 2016

Fresh fruit, tangy Greek yogurt, and a few extra goodies make this high protein snack a no brainer for breakfast or to satisfy your afternoon sweet tooth.


The hubs gets all the credit for this snack. I swear he eats this meal every damn day of his life but never gets sick of it! I know that many of you, including me, have a hard time digesting dairy. Not this guy, he’s got a stomach made of iron I tell ya. Or maybe it’s because he’s Persian and they’re used to incorporating yogurt into their daily meals. At any rate, if you can tolerate dairy, I say go for it! This delicious high protein snack with just the right amount of tart and sweetness is an obvious favorite for my honey. Enjoy!


  • Yield: Serves 1

Tart, sweet, and crunchy. The perfect combo to satisfy your sweet tooth!


  • 8 ounces non-fat greek yogurt
  • 1/4 cup Granola of your choice (I love Nature’s Path Love Crunch)
  • 20 grams almonds, walnuts, or any other nut you like
  • 50 grams of mixed raspberries & blackberries
  • Stevia – optional if you want it a little sweeter. I personally feel it’s sweet enough with the berries.

Prep Steps

  1. Wash all fruit
  2. Set out ingredients and tupperware assembly line style
  3. Begin measuring ingredients in layers. Yogurt, granola, nuts, berries
  4. Snap on lids and contain in fridge for the week

Nutritional Value

Macro count
Calories -410
Carbs – 38g
Protein – 29g
Fat – 15g

If you are logging this recipe into MyFitnessPal, I have entered the entire recipe already for our convenience. You can find it by searching "Nicole Darabi’s GREEK YOGURT PARFAIT".

THE INSIDE JOB: containers to use, how long it lasts, how much to prep, mistakes not to make, how to add custom flavor….etc.

  • The hubs usually assembles 4 days worth of the parfait. Yes, I’m a mean wife and make him prep some of his meals for the week too! 😉
  • You can add in any extra spices or fruit you want. The sky is the limit! (Cinnamon, cardamom, honey, kiwi or blueberries to name a few)
  • You’ll notice I like to leave the appropriate size measuring cup in the large container for granola. That way I always know what the correct serving size is. I do this for all my dry goods including- oatmeal, oatbran cereal, & granolas.

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