This Triple Berry Yogurt Parfait with Steel Cut Oats Recipe is easy to make, and tastes delicious! Parfaits with a twist of crunchy, nutty Steel Cut Oats.

Triple Berry Yogurt Parfait with Steel Cut Oats Recipe

Providing a nutritious breakfast for my family is important. The girls enjoy eating a variety of foods, especially fresh berries, oatmeal, and yogurt. Which is why I aim to please when making a better-for-you breakfast that is fun, colorful and one which they can help me make. Our latest creation paired together all of their favorite breakfast foods into one – the Triple Berry Yogurt Parfait with Steel Cut Oats.

This Triple Berry Yogurt Parfait with Steel Cut Oats Recipe is easy to make, and tastes delicious! Parfaits with a twist of crunchy, nutty Steel Cut Oats.

We only recently discovered the whole grain goodness of steel cut oats; and quickly made the switch. Normally steel cut oats require longer cooking times; however, the McCann’s Quick & Easy Steel Cut Irish Oatmeal® is ready in just five minutes! Which is about the same time that it takes to make these quick & easy Triple Berry Yogurt Parfaits with Steel Cut Oats – and no cooking is required. 

Versatility and flavor in a product is essential for our family, as is ensuring that there is no GMO in our food. McCann’s Irish Oatmeal has earned its first Non-GMO Certification from the Non-GMO Project for three of its core products: the McCann’s Steel Cut Irish Oatmeal in the 28 oz. Tin, McCann’s Quick & Easy Steel Cut Irish Oatmeal in the 24 oz. Canister and McCann’s Steel Cut Irish Oatmeal Quick Cooking Rolled Oats in the 16 oz. Box.

This Triple Berry Yogurt Parfait with Steel Cut Oats Recipe is easy to make, and tastes delicious! Parfaits with a twist of crunchy, nutty Steel Cut Oats.

McCann’s Steel Cut Irish Oats are so rich, with their unique, nutty taste – there is no processing, nothing added, nothing artificial. And if you want to bring that nutty flavor out even more, simply toast them up a little on the stove top before adding them to your yogurt. McCann’s Steel Cut Irish Oatmeal is made from 100 percent whole grain Irish oats and minimally processed so you can be sure that you are feeding your family a better-for-you breakfast. The climatic conditions and topography needed to produce some of the finest oats in the world are found in abundance in the lush Irish countryside – this is what makes Irish Oats different.

This Triple Berry Yogurt Parfait with Steel Cut Oats Recipe is easy to make, and tastes delicious! Parfaits with a twist of crunchy, nutty Steel Cut Oats.

There are so many options to choose from, picking just one variety may be your hardest decision.

McCann’s Steel Cut Irish Oatmeal in the Traditional Tin — embodies rich texture and nutty flavor and is from 100 percent whole grain Irish oats. If you want to enjoy all the benefits of McCann’s Steel Cut Irish Oatmeal but you don’t have the time, try the McCann’s Quick Cooking Rolled Oats. This recipe calls for the McCann’s Quick & Easy Steel Cut Irish Oatmeal, also a time saving better-for-you option. Whether eating oats as a hot cereal or in a delicious Triple Berry Yogurt Parfait, fresh fruit is all the added natural sweetness you will need.

This Triple Berry Yogurt Parfait with Steel Cut Oats Recipe is easy to make, and tastes delicious! Parfaits with a twist of crunchy, nutty Steel Cut Oats.

For more information on where to purchase McCann’s Steel Cut Irish Oatmeal online click here: http://www.mccanns.irish

Triple Berry Yogurt Parfait with Steel Cut Oats

Triple Berry Yogurt Parfait with Steel Cut Oats
Serves 4
A better-for-you breakfast idea that everyone will love! It's fun, colorful and the kids can help make their own breakfast.
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Prep Time
5 min
Total Time
5 min
Prep Time
5 min
Total Time
5 min
Ingredients
  1. 1/2 C McCann’s Quick & Easy Steel Cut Irish Oatmeal®
  2. 2 C Vanilla Bean Greek-style yogurt
  3. 2 C blueberries, raspberries, and strawberries
Directions
  1. In a bowl, McCann’s Quick & Easy Steel Cut Irish Oatmeal into the yogurt.
  2. Cut the strawberries into 1/4 inch pieces and raspberries into quarters and mix together.
  3. Spoon 1/2 C yogurt/oats mixture into a glass.
  4. Add 1/3 C of red berry mix and layer of whole blueberries.
  5. Repeat steps 3 & 4.
  6. Garnish with a raspberry and sprinkle with McCann’s Quick & Easy Steel Cut Irish Oatmeal.
  7. Serve immediately or refrigerate overnight.
Notes
  1. Alternatively you can lightly toast the McCann’s Quick & Easy Steel Cut Irish Oatmeal over a medium heat in a frying pan to bring out a nuttier flavor.
  2. Use any combination of yogurt and fruit that you enjoy.
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Comments (22)

  • I love to have lunch at the Olive Garden. My favorite thing is Grilled Chicken Flatbread.

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  • I like oatmeal with fresh berries and nuts.

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  • My favorite way to eat oatmeal is with maple syrup, raisins and cinnamon.

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  • The way I have eaten oatmeal the most is dry straight out of the box, the minute oats, not steel cut. I got addicted to it for a while, but don’t eat it that way anymore. I would like to try the steel cut cooked with fruit on top.

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  • I like my oatmeal with a little milk and maple and brown sugar.

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  • I have to be honest and say that I like to make oatmeal cookies!!

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  • We eat McCann’s Oatmeal all the time. I like it best with dried cranberries, raw cashews and a little brown sugar….YUM!

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  • I like to eat Oatmeal with raisins or blueberries.

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  • I like to make my oatmeal with apples, raisins, cinnamon, brown sugar and a drop of vanilla.

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  • Love oatmeal with a little brown sugar.

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  • Oh we love oatmeal for breakfast, normally just put in milk. I love the idea of adding the fruit! YUM. I have to say though one of our favorite ways to use oatmeal is in oatmeal cookies!

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  • I don’t eat breakfast oatmeal in a bowl as I don’t like the texture of it. However, I do a lot of baking with oats. I’ll even make a pot of oatmeal and then pour in a baking dish and bake it 350 for 25 mins. Then it’s like a cake and tastes great! I also bake all my cookies, pancakes, dutch baby’s and all with oats. I even put them in my whole wheat Pizza Crusts it gives it a nice flavor.

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  • this looks really good! i lost over 90 pounds in 2013 and part of how i did that was by incorporating oatmeal into my diet. it’s not the tastiest thing in the world but it does fill me up in the morning and i feel less hungry throughout the day, and less likely to overeat. thank you for this recipe!! 🙂

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  • I use oats in my baking especially for chocolate chip/oatmeal cookies which is my family’s favorite.

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  • I love rolled oats. One thing I like to do with them is buzz them in the food processor and then add about 1/4 cup to a 2-cup biscuit recipe. I make them all the time – so good.

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  • i love brown sugar on my oatmeal

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  • I like my morning oatmeal with banana, walnuts, dried cranberries, cardamom and honey.

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  • I like oatmeal with bananas

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  • This sounds like a great nutritious breakfast or snack. I can’t wait to give this a try. Thank you so much for sharing

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  • I love parfaits! My favorite is definitely made with yogurt, fresh berries, and granola! I love to add a little bit of local honey on top of mine too. 🙂 Thank you for sharing this delicious recipe!

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  • This does sound so good. And I don’t think I’ve ever made steel-cut oats. I’d like to try this brand and make the parfait!

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  • That’s sounds so delish, and healthy too!! 🙂

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