Curry Cantaloupe Parfait & A Chobani Giveaway

Today, I visited our local world market and I fond two of the cutest Chinese bowls with a place to hold the chopsticks. They are white with a black design. I can not wait to use them for a upcoming recipe! I scored them for only $2 a piece. Trying to decide if I should go back and pick up the plates that match.What do you think?

The lovely people over at Chobani sent me a case of yogurt to try out. I love the blood orange flavor and the pomegranate. Though, the honey goes perfect with so many desserts and savory dishes that I had a hard time deciding what recipe to make. My inspiration came to me when I was at the local organic store and I could smell the cantaloupe from across the way. Some might say yellow curry is spicy, but I feel it is actually flavorful. If your not a curry fan you can replace the curry in the recipe with apple pie spice. My son said apple pie spice would be wonderful with it. He’s not the hugest fan of curry. On the other hand I love curry spice especially with yogurt or apples!

My recipe for curry cantaloupe parfait.

Curry cantaloupe parfait

Chobani Greek yogurt is currently sponsoring Team USA! And I am giving away a case of Chobani to one lucky winner! First the recipe for this simple parfait then you can fill out the rafflecopter below for the giveaway.

Curry Cantaloupe Parfait & A Chobani Giveaway

Total Time: 15 minutes

Serving Size: 1 parfait

Curry Cantaloupe Parfait & A Chobani Giveaway

Ingredients

1 - 6oz container of Chobani Greek Yogurt Honey
1 cantaloupe (make in to balls; there will be extra)
1 teaspoon yellow curry spice

Instructions

In a parfait glass, add in a few balls of cantaloupe. Add a layer of honey Chobani yogurt on top of the cantaloupe and top with 1/2 teaspoon of yellow curry. Repeat the process one more time. Serve cold.

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*Disclosure: I was given a case of Chobani to review. I was not reimbursed for writing this post and all opinions expressed are my own. 

Comments

  1. says

    WOW! Looks amazing! I make my own yogurt, but greek yogurt is another story. I love it, can’t make my own, and I’m always looking for more things to do with it. Thanks for the great idea! Can’t wait to try!

  2. Georgiana says

    I love oatmeal and the “Chobani Oatmeal” recipe would be scrumptious with 0% plain Chobani. The plain is so versatile too as it’s my go-to mayo substitute!

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