Pumpkin Breakfast Parfait
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ghainskom November 29, 2014
This was delicious. I made it with butternut squash purée and topped with toasted almonds. Beware of the quantities though, this really makes enough to be a full breakfast! I thought I'd take it as dessert but the quantities would have to be cut down...cut
Rémy R. October 30, 2014
Being a Southerner, I love creamy pies, and I get my fix every morning by mixing plain yogurt with peanut butter and honey (or, when I'm feeling naughty, dulce de leche). Similar idea -- socially sanctioned breakfast! Peanut butter pie, plus protein! It's wondrous.
Pegeen October 30, 2014
What a treat for catering to Halloween weekend visitors! Thanks for a great recipe. (And a Halloween Booooooooo to you)
Susan W. October 30, 2014
I can't wait to make this. Granola is not part of my life, but I happen to have a small amount of raw macadamia nuts in my freezer. Toasted and chopped, I think they will make a good stand in.
Sarah J. October 30, 2014
I love this! I often find myself with some rando pumpkin purée leftover in the can after I've made some sort of pumpkin baked good, and while I usually put it in smoothies, this seems like a splendid idea. Thanks for the inspiration!
Lauren October 30, 2014
Wow I love this, pumpkin parfait? yes please. Plus it looks like a great make ahead breakfast which is always needed!
Lindsay-Jean H. October 30, 2014
"And why not start with a parfait, where the brightness of yogurt energizes the laid-back pumpkin with a little slap on its mellow orange bum." Um, love this. So much.
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