Nicecream Breakfast Parfait {Sugar free, Vegan, Raw }

Nicecream Breakfast Parfait {Sugar free, Vegan, Raw }
October 9, 2016 megsri8
breakfast parfait sugar free challenge

Healthy Breakfast Parfait

breakfast parfait

Hello! Today I want to share with you this beautiful healthy breakfast parfait recipe. A traditional parfait is layers of fruit, cream, cake and custard or ice cream. A breakfast parfait is similarly made with layers of breakfast ingredients like granola, fruit, yogurt and ice cream. As you know I post regularly during the week on Instagram and healthy breakfast parfaits are one of the popular features after smoothie bowls in the healthy Instagram world.  I was inspired by so many beautiful accounts and started creating versions of my own.

I usually like to make my healthy breakfast parfaits with  layers of chia see puddings as it gives a great nutrition boost. One of my first few blog posts was that of a blueberry compote chia parfait, check out the recipe here if you have not already. This time however I wanted to make it with another breakfast/ dessert favourite of mine- nicecream.

Nicecream for Breakfast!

breakfast parfait

Nicecream are frozen fruit based icecreams usually with banana. They are made using very ripe fruit which is first frozen and then created in a food processor or blender. These nicecreams are sugar free, dairy free and do not require an ice cream machine. Anyone can make these delicious frozen desserts. Due to the natural sweetness from the ripe fruit, you do not need to add any sugar and the creamy texture from the frozen fruit means you do not need to add any dairy or fat. This makes it a perfect breakfast addition. All you need to do is peel and chop very ripe or overripe bananas or any fruit and keep it in your freezer. This is the best way to use overripe fruit rather than throwing it away. This will ensure you can make it quickly for your daily breakfast. I have also used nice cream as a dessert option in my healthy snicker icecream bars. Give the recipe a look if you are interested.

This breakfast parfait is layered with a mix of tropical fruit like mango, kiwi and passion fruit as well as blueberries for its colour, texture and flavour. You can add any available fruit of your choice. I have also added some passion fruit into the nicecream mix. This gives it additional flavour. I love the perfumy scent of passion fruit and add it into as many meals as I can. The base layer of this breakfast parfait is some shop bought, sugar free granola made with heart healthy fats. If you are unsure which brand of sugar free, healthy granola to purchase then read about the best brands in my previous post here or try making my healthy sugar free beetroot granola at home.

Nicecream Breakfast Parfait.

breakfast parfait

Give this healthy nicecream breakfast parfait recipe a try. It is filled with textures and flavours- from the cold and creamy nicecream, the sweet and tangy fruit and the crunchy granola. This would also make a fantastic dessert! Also try making my other recipe of healthy yogurt breakfast popsicles, its another delicious and simple frozen breakfast recipe. Do let me know what you think about this recipe in the comments below. If you do recreate this recipe then let me know on Instagram by adding @meghnas_ and #meghnas so that I can be a party of your healthy food journey!

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Nicecream Breakfast Parfait
breakfast parfait sugar free challenge
Course Breakfast
Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 10 minutes
Servings
Ingredients
Course Breakfast
Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 10 minutes
Servings
Ingredients
breakfast parfait sugar free challenge
Instructions
  1. Peel and dice the ripe mango. Peel the kiwi and make slices. Scoop out the passion fruit pulp and set aside.
  2. Place the chopped frozen bananas in a food processor (ideally, or else blender). Blitz till it becomes a powder of sort. Scrape down the edges and blitz again. It should now come together like a creamy, ice cream texture.
  3. At this point, add half the passion fruit pulp and the vanilla powder. Blitz for 30 seconds or till the pulp and vanilla is well combined in the frozen banana mix. Place in a freezer proof box and store in the freezer till required.
  4. In two jars or bowls, press the kiwi slices on the inside of each jar, in a pattern of your choice. Layer each with equal amounts of granola. Spoon half cup of blueberries in each jar or bowl. Then divide the mango into equal portions and layer it over the blueberries. Divide the remaining blueberries between the two jars and bowls.
  5. Place heaped scoops of the passion fruit-banana nicecream over each of the fruit and granola laden jars. Pile on as much as you like. Pour the remaining passion fruit pulp over the nicecream. Sprinkle over some granola. Serve immediately.
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