Quick & Easy Breakfast: Jarfait, the Parfait in a Jar

This post was originally published on Levo League.

Have Four Seconds? Have an Awesome Breakfast.

People always say that breakfast is one of the most important meals of the day. I would love to wake up and have a leisurely breakfast every single day to find out if breakfast is really such a dealbreaker. But I’d also like to be dressed by birds like Cinderella. Unfortunately, I think the latter is a little bit more likely (pending budgetary concerns vis a vis bird-training costs and availability).

So what’s a savvy careerista to do? How about putting a yogurt parfait in a mason jar for a easy eco-friendly meal on the go?

All you need is yogurt, granola (or Kashi Go-Lean Crunch) and a mason jar. You can customize it to perfection with jam, nuts, fresh fruit, dried fruit, honey, and anything else you desire!



Image: Endless Appetite

One thought on “Quick & Easy Breakfast: Jarfait, the Parfait in a Jar

  1. Welcome back Preppy Postgrad! The Jarfait still looks delicious! Is Ishaboo going to make a reappearance too this weekend?

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