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Made in Peirce: Parfait Buffet

March 22, 2012

Photo by Greg Sailor '08

Here, The Thrill presents a few recipes to spice up your mealtimes using only ingredients found within the Peirce servery. This week it’s all about layering semi-solid dairy products. Has anything ever sounded more appealing?

1. Yogurt Parfait

Ingredients: Plain Yogurt, Blackberry Jam, Smart Start, Bananas, Honey

Get a banana and a spoon. Then, in either a bowl, cup or mug (but not paper to go cup because even though they have eco linings they’re still environmentally irresponsible) put down a layer of plain yogurt. Add a handful of Smart Start, a drizzle of honey, a dollop of jam and a few thin spoon cut slices of banana. Repeat until your container is full.

2. Ice Cream Parfait

Ingredients: Ice Cream, Peanut Butter, Oreo Cookie Crumbles, Caramel Sauce

In either a bowl, cup or mug (but not paper to go cup because even though they have eco linings they’re still environmentally irresponsible) put down a layer of ice cream. I used vanilla but chocolate is good too (and also “chocolate is better” says Slampiece). Putt in a few spoon fulls of Oreo bits, a spoonful of peanut butter and a touch of caramel sauce. Repeat until your container is full.

3. Soy Milk Parfait

Just kidding. But look how cool!

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2 Comments leave one →
  1. Stuart Giles permalink
    March 22, 2012 12:53 pm

    When the dessert station has pudding, that also works really well with yogurt or ice cream.

  2. Anonymous permalink
    March 22, 2012 1:23 pm

    it’s v important to mix the oreo ice cream thing

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