Don’t you just love eating breakfast that also tastes like dessert? This Baked Nectarine Parfait with Rawnola is sweet enough to satisfy a sweet tooth but healthy enough to begin your day!
This recipe is effortless and quick. All you have to do in assembling the parfait is alternately layer the ingredients in whatever glass you fancy. You can even skip baking the nectarines and eat them fresh. Make a massive batch of rawnola so you can just pull it out whenever you feel like making this baked nectarine parfait or any other recipe.
So why not start your day with something sweet? The baked nectarine parfait with rawnola offers both sweetness and healthiness, which we all know, are two things we crave for our morning routine!
Relish Your Baked Nectarine Parfait with Rawnola
The sweet and tangy flavor of the nectarine blends well with the yogurt’s sweet coconut flavor and the granola’s crunch. This is a refreshing summer indulgence you can have for breakfast.
Is the baked nectarine parfait with rawnola healthy?
Yes! The baked nectarine parfait is healthy.
In addition to substituting animal-based yogurts, coconut yogurts are beneficial to your digestive health and immune system. Nectarines improve eye health, enhance skin health, boost immunity, and are a natural source of antioxidants. Making your own granola with raw ingredients is beneficial too. Dates support blood sugar regulation and protect your heart health, among other things. Flax seeds provide additional crunchy texture, and it’s also high in omega-3 fats and reduce cancer risk. Although high in calories, macadamia butter lowers cholesterol and blood pressure levels while protecting arteries from clogging. Lastly, the gluten-free pseudo-grain buckwheat groats contain antioxidants and prebiotics.
Modifications of Baked Nectarine Parfait with Rawnola
If you can’t eat dairy, try topping baked nectarine parfaits with vanilla rice milk yogurt. For other yogurt options, you can use organic Greek yogurt or almond yogurt.
You can also opt to use store-bought granola instead. Just make sure to check the ingredients so that it’s still healthy. We recommend making your own, though! It’s healthier, and you can adjust the sweetness of the ingredients themselves based on your preference.
Because the parfait is dynamic, mix it up by adding fresh fruits. For example, blueberries always go great with baked apples. Try topping baked nectarines with sliced strawberries for an easy treat that can be ready in 5 minutes (or less). If you can’t get your hands on nectarines, peaches will work too. Check out the recipe notes below for other alternatives on diet restrictions.
The baked nectarine parfait with rawnola only takes less than 20 minutes, and all you have to do in assembling the baked nectarines with rawnola is alternating layers of ingredients. If you feel too lazy, go ahead and eat them fresh- they taste just as good! Make a huge batch of homemade rawnola, so it’s always on hand when making this baked nectarine parfait or any other dish. So why not start your morning off right by having something sweet? With both sweetness and healthiness, this baked nectarine parfait offers what we crave most in our mornings.
Grab your cute mason jars and start layering! You can make this ahead of time and store it in the fridge for up to 3 days.
Note: The Baked Nectarine Parfait with Rawnola recipe is advantageous for people with liver conditions and who want to improve their health. Check our 21-day meal plan to see breakfast, lunch, and dinner recipes.
Baked Nectarine Parfait with Rawnola
- Food Processor
- 8 pcs fresh dates
- 1 tbsp macadamia butter
- 2 tsp coconut oil
- 5 oz buckwheat grouts
- .5 oz cacao butter
- 2 oz shredded coconut
- 1 tbsp flax seeds
- 2 tbsp coconut yogurt
- 12 nectarines
- 1/2 cup coconut sugar
- 1 tsp vanilla
- Add the dates, macadamia butter, and coconut oil to the food processor and pulse until the mixture becomes a paste.
- In a large bowl, combine the buckwheat grouts, cocoa butter, shredded coconut, flax seeds, and coconut yogurt. Mix in the date paste. Spread evenly on a lined tray and freeze.
- Meanwhile, mix the vanilla and coconut sugar. Rub it on the nectarines and bake them at 350F for 4 minutes.
- Once frozen, break the frozen rawnola into chunks. Layer the parfait with rawnola, yogurt, and nectarine.
- Almond butter can substitute macadamia butter.
- For Low Histamine Meal Plan, modify: Apricots and plums can replace the nectarines. You can also use fresh blueberries instead of dates. If you can make your own or source homemade coconut yogurt, the better. This will ensure that it’s histamine-free.
- For those who don’t follow a low histamine diet, cacao nibs and cinnamon could be added to the rawnola for more flavor.