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Peanut Butter “Mousse” & Strawberry Parfaits recipe for the first day of spring, who’s excited?? I AM! When I think of spring I start thinking about fresh fruit and vegetables including strawberries! Even though we get some great California strawberries year-round, they looked extra good this week so I knew what recipe I would share with you all!
These Peanut Butter “Mousse” & Strawberry Parfaits have less than 200 calories and they’re delicious, easy to make, 5 ingredients, and they will fill you up!!! You could easily make a bunch of these ahead of time and store in the fridge. I’ve also been known to have one of these for breakfast!
For these parfaits, I combined some fat-free Chobani fat-free Greek yogurt, a little Jif natural peanut butter, vanilla extract, Cool Whip whipped topping, until combined. Then layered with some fresh strawberries in a mason jar! Less than 200 calories!! This also fills me up for HOURS! The little bit of whipped topping is just enough to change the consistency to more of a “mousse” like consistency rather than yogurt. 2 tablespoons of regular Cool Whip only has 25 calories! Delicious!
You can change the fruit or add a little more peanut butter but just know that the total calories will change. The way I made it added up to about 185 calories. Different brands and varieties will also change your calorie count but change-it up to fit what you like!
Hope you enjoy!
Peanut Butter "Mousse" & Strawberry Parfaits
- 1/2 cup fat-free Greek yogurt
- 2 teaspoons peanut butter
- 1/8 teaspoon vanilla extract
- 2 tablespoons regular whipped topping
- 1/2 cup chopped or sliced strawberries
- In a small bowl mix together yogurt, peanut butter, and vanilla. Fold in whipped topping.
- Layer yogurt mixture with strawberries in mason jar, cup, or bowl.
SNAPPY TIPS: Fold in the whipped topping last to help keep the consistency. Different varieties and brands may change the calorie count of this recipe.
SNAPPY SUBSTITUTIONS: You can substitute different types of fruit or add different fruits, but please note that will change the calorie count. Light or lowfat whipped toppings may be used but may change the consistency of the finished dish.
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