Sat Nov 25th

National Parfait Day

On November 25th, National Parfait Day will have breakfast, lunch, snack, or dessert just right. In layers of goodness, this versatile dish can be made sweet or healthy.

A parfait is usually served in a specially designed glass and features ingredients in appealing layers. Fruit, yogurt, or ice cream can be used to make the transitions between nuts, chocolate, or even whipped cream.

Most restaurants and ice cream shops in the United States serve parfaits in the traditional French style. They use ingredients such as parfait cream, ice cream, gelato, or pudding to layer them in a tall clear glass. To finish the parfait, a dollop of whipped cream is added, or even fresh fruit, or a drizzle of flavored liqueur are added.

The Northern United States expanded on the parfait and began to use yogurt layered with nuts, granola, or fresh fruits. Some of the fruits include but are not limited to strawberries, blueberries, bananas, or peaches. The idea quickly spread throughout the country, and the yogurt parfait gained traction as a breakfast staple.

Over the years, combinations have shifted. Now parfaits are made from virtually every dessert mix that is well layered in a tall, clear glass. The following are examples of some common ingredients::

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  • Oatmeal, nuts, seeds
  • Gelatin, pudding, cream fillings, Gelatin, pudding, cream fillings
  • Coconut, chocolate chips, chocolate chips

How to celebrate #nationalparfaitday

For breakfast or dessert, try a parfait. Invite the children to help you make them. They're so simple to make. They can be creative and make their own flavors. How to set up a delectable bar. Invite friends to join you. That's the fastest way to #CelebrateEveryDay. Try these recipes below and share your favorites.

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To post on social media, use the hashtag #NationalParfaitDay.

Parfait FAQ

Q. What is the source of the word "parfait"?

A. Pardon is the French word for perfect. Parfaite is the feminine form, while parfait is the masculine.

I don't have a parfait dish. What can I serve parfaits in?

A. Parfaits can be served in a variety of glassware. These are among the many suggestions that have been made:

  • Wine glasses
  • Canning jars
  • Tall drinking glasses are required in Tall drinking glasses
  • Ramekins
  • Margarita glasses