(5 Ingredient // 5 Minute!) Nutella Greek Yogurt Rocky Road Parfaits

(5 Ingredient // 5 Minute!) Nutella Greek Yogurt Rocky Road Parfaits

Hi! Today I’m super stoked to share with you my new favorite quick & easy breakfast (or dessert…) – Nutella Greek Yogurt Rocky Road Parfaits!!!!

(5 Ingredient // 5 Minute!) Nutella Greek Yogurt Rocky Road Parfaits

They’ve got nutella! And peanuts! Marshmallows (mini ones!). And even chopped dark chocolate! Awesome, right?!

(5 Ingredient // 5 Minute!) Nutella Greek Yogurt Rocky Road Parfaits

And guess what…

They’re (kind of) healthy. I mean, Greek yogurt, peanuts, and dark chocolate are all super good for your bod. The marshmallows and nutella… well, let’s just say they’re good for your spirit ;)

Happy food = Happy life, right?

(5 Ingredient // 5 Minute!) Nutella Greek Yogurt Rocky Road Parfaits

Oh, and they literally take 5 minutes to assemble. 5-minutes… Can I hear an amen!?

(5 Ingredient // 5 Minute!) Nutella Greek Yogurt Rocky Road Parfaits

Happy Friday, folks! xo

(5 Ingredient // 5 Minute!) Nutella Greek Yogurt Rocky Road Parfaits

(5 Ingredient // 5 Minute!) Nutella Greek Yogurt Rocky Road Parfaits – Baker by Nature

Serves 2; double as needed

Ingredients:

(2) 7 ounce containers of plain greek yogurt (I use full-fat, but reckon reduced fat will work too)

1/4 cup Nutella

1/4 cup mini marshmallows

1/4 cup peanuts

1/4 cup dark chocolate, chopped

Instructions:

In a small bowl combine the greek yogurt and nutella; mix well to combine.

Add 1/2 of the greek yogurt mixture to a small serving dish, then top with marshmallows, peanuts, and dark chocolate. Repeat with remaining ingredients. Serve at once!

Note: You can make these ahead, but don’t top with the marshmallows; they will get soggy and gross. Also, if you want the yogurt to be a little sweeter, add 2 tablespoons of confectioners sugar to the yogurt/nutella mixture.

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17 Responses to (5 Ingredient // 5 Minute!) Nutella Greek Yogurt Rocky Road Parfaits

  1. Christina says:

    I just stirred some greek yogurt and nutella together to try this…and I’m in love. It tastes surprisingly like chocolate cheesecake! Delicious. And you’re a genius. Now I have to go to the store and get more yogurt and nutella so I can have some with the crunchy toppings!

  2. Oh gosh, oh gosh, oh GOSH. I need these in my life right now. They’ve got all of my favorite things… like, these parfaits couldn’t get any tastier, I love them! Pinned & Happy Friday Ashley! x

  3. It actually hurts that I don’t have one of these in front of me right now.

  4. marcie says:

    Oh my God — this looks incredible! I’ve been pigging out on rocky road candy this entire week, so I’m so ready for this healthier version. Pinning!

  5. Tieghan says:

    Holy heck yes!! This is my kind of snack and I need one now! I love the rocky road Nutella combo. I actually just did a combo for similar for an upcoming post!
    Pinned!

  6. Julia says:

    Happy Friday, indeed! Oh my gosh, these things look amazing :)

  7. AMEN!! This is genius and I can’t wait to put this in my mouth! Nutella & marshmallows make me a super happy girl!

  8. Did you say Nutella? I’m in!! Looks yummy

  9. Yes to all these ingredients! Just discovered Costco carries Nutella, and I just happen to have a big container waiting to be used up : )

  10. I agree with your reasoning. These parfaits are totally healthy.

  11. laurasmess says:

    Genius idea to use the Greek yoghurt… I never would’ve thought of that! Then of course, you can totally justify adding more delicious toppings…. just cos the bulk of it is so healthy and full of good cultures :) Thanks for the inspiration!

  12. This looks SO yummy!!! I love all the elements–rocky road/nutella??! YES!

  13. I like the way your brain works…I totes have everything I need on hand to make these too!

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