Parfait with Granola "Breakfast in the Jar" Recipe
Traditionally, the American parfait is served in a tall glass the glass so that you can see all the layers of the dessert. I have this idea used, but used as a variant of "Breakfast in a jar" or "food to go"is a healthy treat my daughter takes to school.
For granola: preheat oven t 180 degrees, a baking dish lined with baking paper. To measure the ingredients I took a multi-glass volume of 160 ml. in a large bowl mix flakes, seeds, coconut, a pinch of salt, nuts.
In a separate bowl, mix the liquid honey, syrup and olive oil. If the honey is not liquid enough, then warm the mixture in a water bath to the desired consistency. Mix the liquid and dry components, spread evenly in the baking dish. Bake granola for 30 minutes, stirring every 5 minutes for even baking.
Raisins pour hot drinking water and leave for a while until baked granola. 2-3 minutes before the granola is ready, with raisins, salt the water, dry it and add to the granola. Return the pan to the oven for another 2-3 minutes. Granola's ready. Let it cool completely and put it in a lockable storage container.
For jelly layers: soak gelatin with drinking water room t and leave to swell for 20-30 minutes.
For the berry layer: put the frozen berries in a saucepan, cover with sugar, add vanilla, bring to a boil and boil for 5 minutes. Gelatin dissolve in a water bath, filter.
Yogurt I have homemade cream, pre-cooked in a slow cooker. The prepared gelatin is mixed in a warm berry sauce-most of it, in yogurt-a smaller part. Then I did the following-berry jelly poured into jars, filling 1/3 of the jar and, to speed up the process, removed for 30 minutes in the freezer, what would jelly "grabbed". Yogurt in a separate bowl put in the refrigerator. When berry jelly "grabbed", I carefully laid out on top of the yogurt layer, filling them another 1/3 of the jar. The jars were covered with lids and left in the refrigerator overnight for complete curing of the layers.
In the morning, before serving or, as in my case-before leaving her daughter to study, take out a jar from the refrigerator, pour the granola to the top (that is, the remaining 1/3 of the volume), close the jar lid. "Breakfast in a jar" is ready)