Rhubarb Yogurt Parfait

You better start sending out brunch invites to your friends and family because we’re celebrating National Dairy Month and National Fruit and Vegetable Month with Rhubarb Yogurt Parfaits!

That’s right – June is National Dairy Month and National Fruit and Vegetable Month, woohoo!

There’s a surprise at the end of this recipe so make sure you read the whole blog post!

For this recipe, you’ll need rhubarb, sugar, water, yogurt, and granola.


Chop the rhubarb into small pieces, then place in a small saucepan with water and sugar. Heat until it becomes a thickened sauce.

Grab an empty jar or container. Build the parfait by first filling the jar with yogurt, followed by granola, then rhubarb sauce – repeat!


Bon appetite! Enjoy your tasty rhubarb parfait. 🙂


You can buy granola or follow the directions for homemade granola in the recipe below.


BUT WAIT….there’s more!

If you have extra rhubarb leftover or just love cooking with rhubarb – here’s a bonus recipe. Surprise! 🙂

Rhubarb Candy Twists!

All you need is rhubarb, sugar, and water! Preheat oven to 200ºF20180613_092703.jpg

Use a vegetable peeler or a knife to thinly slice the rhubarb.20180613_092950.jpg

In a small saucepan, stir water and sugar together over medium heat until sugar is dissolved. Place parchment paper on a baking sheet and lightly spray with nonstick spray. Place strips of rhubarb in the sugar/water mixture then place on the baking sheet. Bake for 45 minutes.

After the rhubarb is done baking, twist the strips into spirals. 20180613_110233.jpg

Give the spirals a minute to set and then enjoy your tasty snack!



Recipe adapted from tikkido.com


Click here to learn more about rhubarb!

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