Thank you so much, Annie’s Homegrown for making my very first sponsored recipe post happen!

You see friends, when I moved here almost three years ago…wait… what? Almost three years? The time has gone by so fast! When we moved here, one of the things I noticed was the absence of the kind of yogurt I’d been accustomed to back home in Cameroon. The ones in Cameroon were slightly tangy, creamy and natural while the ones I was introduced to here was a tad rubbery and so unnatural.

I thought I was never going to find a yogurt that I liked. I eventually learned that most of those ‘rubber-tasting’ yogurts were inorganic. That left me very worried. But not anymore. Annie’s Homegrown organic yogurt brought home to me the taste I’ve been looking for. Their Yogurt is creamy, slightly tangy with well-balanced sweetness. When I eat it, I am under the impression that I am at Megida’s shop eating some yaourt kossam. It is organic and made with only the finest ingredients.

Annie’s is committed to making the best and tastiest foods with real ingredients. I’m so in love with their organic macaroni, which we had for dinner two nights ago, their Mac and Cheese and their Lunch Box Yum, which can all be found in most grocery stores in the United States and Canada. Today, I’ll like to introduce you to their authentic yogurt and their cocoa bunnies cereal.
This cereal is sweet, chocolatey and yet so healthy. Plus the bunny shapes are so cute! Pair this together with Annie’s Homegrown yogurt and some fruit and you’ll get a parfait that is perfect for breakfast or snack time.
The whole thing comes together in only 5 minutes! I literally fought over this parfait with my girls because it is just too irresistible. The yogurt together with the bunnies is a match made in heaven that everyone can love. Think about creamy, chocolatey and fruity in one bite. Pure bliss!

Three ingredients, five minutes and deliciousness is served. What could be better?
In addition to Annie’s Homegrown Organic Yogurt and Annie’s Homegrown Cocoa Bunnies Cereal, you’ll need a fruit of choice for this recipe. I used strawberries.
Cut up your fruit if you have to.
Place some Annie’s Organic Yogurt in a round bottom glass.
Put in some fruit.
Add in some more yogurt.
Put in more of those cute bunnies then top with some fruit.
How easy is that???
Annie’s doesn’t just make organic food. Annie’s Homegrown makes the food you love organic.


print recipe

5-Minute Yogurt Parfait
by .preciouscore.com) September-2-2016
This is an easy delicious parfait made with the finest ingredients.
  • 2 cups yogurt
  • 1 and 1/2 cups cocoa cereal
  • 1 cup strawberries
1. Cut strawberries into bite-size pieces.2. Layer yogurt, strawberries and cereal in a round bottom glass.

Prep time: Cook time: Total time: Yield: 1 large glass



  1. Congrats Precious!! many more to come by His grace. And these photos look so perfect!!

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  2. Hummmm Yum. I love parfaits and have enjoyed quite a variety but never with some chocolaty touch to it. I'm craving right now…

  3. Yes to everything Kachee said.Congrats!!


  4. Thanks, Kachee! Amen.
    Thanks for the compliment on the photos!

  5. Chocolatey will be yours soon. So good!

  6. Congrats on your first sponsored post. God is not done with you yet! This is pure goodness.My toddler can't get enough of this yoghurt.I used Annie's animal cookies for the parfait and it was great.Thanks again…

  7. Tina! I wish I could give you a hug right now. Thanks for coming back to let me know! My girls can't have enough of Annie's either. So good!
    God bless you, sweetie!

  8. Awww. this looks so good. I love yoghurt a lot.
    This is amazing precious. And would you believe I thought about this in relation to you just yesterday.
    Big and bigger things to come in Jesus name.

  9. I've always wanted to try a fruit parfait and this one seems so easy , thank you for sharing! xx


  10. You're welcome, Demi!

  11. Amen and amen.
    Thanks so much, dearie!

  12. Yummy! I love seeing pictures of food (like this youghurt), like I know what they taste like already!

    Congratulations on your first sponsored recipe post. Cheers to more!

  13. Congratulations dearie, it looks so yummy!


  14. Congrats darling. Whooo hooooo! There'll be more to come. Need I say more, this parfait is e-ve-ry-thannng!

  15. Looks so good!!

    And congratulations, more things to come your way in Jesus name !

  16. I could really use some if I were in the US. Congratulations dear, we receive more in like manner

  17. I struggled the whole weekend to read this. Congratulations sis keep soaring. Everything is so beautiful and tempting to swallow.


  18. Thanks dear!
    It's err-thing and more!

  19. Thanks Funke!
    Amen and amen.

  20. Yay! You finally read! Thank you so much, my very own sis!

  21. And your picture quality keeps getting better and better❤️?The parfait looks yummy and I love when food looks exciting. Haha. This fits the criteria. Congrats on your sponsored post dear, more to come by His grace. xo!

  22. Itunu dear, I'm beginning to understand the love language of my DSLR and it feels so good!
    Thank you so much!

  23. Woot woot! I like parfaits as well, but dislike yogurt that isn't flavored. Like I'd rather have chocolate yogurt, with some nuts and fruit in it.

    This one looks yummy though.

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  25. We are opposites in this, Berry. I actually prefer plain or vanilla yogurt to others.

    Thanks dear!

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