Waffles with Fruit and Yogurt Parfait

This is a great option for hosting a breakfast for a dozen or so people if you have access to toasters. I recently hosted a breakfast presentation at work and laid out the Waffles with Fruit and Yogurt Parfait and it was a big hit with the team. People who wanted a hearty breakfast piled fruit and yogurt onto a waffle, and those looking for a light and nutritious (yet filling) option went with the parfait. One other advantage of the yogurt parfait is how easy it can be enjoyed while participating in a group meeting, no mess. Great for a work scenario or a social brunch on the weekend.

1 Package of 24 frozen waffles
1 Bunch of bananas
2-3 Pints of strawberries
2 Quarts of yogurt (try to get two flavors to provide options)
1 Box of Kashi GoLean Crunch (or traditional granola if preferred)
1 Bottle of preferred maple syrup

Slice fruit and place into separate bowls with serving spoons. Open yogurt and either spoon into separate bowls or just include spoon and serve from containers as-is. Pour cereal into large bowl and include a spoon for serving.

On a large plate or cutting board, remove waffles from package and stack them for easy access. Place waffle tray next to or near toasters so that people can easily toast and build their fruit and yogurt waffles.

For parfait, ideally you can provide glass cups for people to build their parfait, but if glass is not available a regular plastic or ceramic cup will work just fine. With the same ingredients laid out for the waffle, people can make a parfait by taking a glass, filling it with a base of yogurt, adding fruit and then sprinkle cereal on top!

Waffles with Fruit and Parfait