Star Wars is all the rage! Here’s a fun Star Wars inspired recipe from Disney Family!
This is the droid dessert you’re looking for to satisfy even the pickiest eater in the galaxy. Plus it’s a fun way to get kids excited to make their own desserts. All you need are fresh red raspberries or strawberries, blueberries, vanilla yogurt and a spoon!
What You’ll Need
Glass jar w/lid
Small mixing bowl
Raspberries or strawberries
Blue, yellow, and red food coloring
Blue felt (optional)
Pen or marker (optional)
How To Make It
1 Start by putting 3-4 spoonfuls of vanilla yogurt into the bottom of the jar.
2 Next, put a layer of blueberries. Try to keep the layer of blueberries even from the front to the back so your layers stay straight.
3 Put another layer of vanilla yogurt (2-3 spoonfuls), then another layer of blueberries.
4 You’ll need one more layer of vanilla yogurt (2-3 spoonfuls), then 1 more layer of blueberries.
5 Now, you’ll need to make the vanilla yogurt grey for the top (and last layer) of yogurt.
In a small mixing bowl, scoop 2-3 spoonfuls of vanilla yogurt. Add 5 drops of blue food coloring, 5 drops of yellow food coloring, and 5 drops of red food coloring. Mix the yogurt and coloring together until you get a nice grey color.
6 If the grey looks too dark, add 1 spoonful of vanilla yogurt at a time until you get a light grey color.
7 Then, put 2-3 spoonfuls of the grey vanilla yogurt as the top and final layer of your parfait.
8 Take a napkin, wrap it around 1 finger, and clean off a small space near the front of the jar.
9 Place a raspberry or strawberry in the clean space you just made. Your R2-D2 Berry Parfait is complete!
10 Optional: Place the lid on the jar. Take a piece of blue felt and place it on top of the lid. Trace the top of the lid onto the felt. Cut out the circle you just made on the blue felt. Take a piece of tape and tape it to the top of the lid.
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