Strawberry Lychee Yogurt Parfait

A creamy yogurt parfait topped with fresh strawberries and lychee fruit, perfect as a delicious healthy breakfast or as a snack.

Strawberry Lychee Yogurt Parfait | Cooking with a Wallflower

Yogurt parfaits are one of my favorites! What’s not to like? You get to have your favorite yogurt and top it with fruits and granola and whatever it is that you like. This isn’t much of a recipe, I know. But it’s meant to be paired with my Crunchy Honey Almond Granola recipe so I hope that you will enjoy both =)

Strawberry Lychee Yogurt Parfait | Cooking with a Wallflower

First, wash the strawberries and remove the stem and leaves.

Take one strawberry and chop it up into small pieces until it appears almost like a puree. Place this at the bottom of the parfait cup.


Next, add your favorite yogurt. I used Noosa Yoghurt, an Australian style yogurt, I’ve been addicted to.


Chop up the rest of the strawberries into bite size pieces.

Slice the lychee in half but not completely through. Make two more cuts the same way. The lychee will appear flower like.



Top the yogurt with the strawberries and lychee. You can add Crunchy Honey Almond Granola too. Garnish the yogurt with a couple mint leaves.

Strawberry Lychee Yogurt Parfait | Cooking with a Wallflower

Serve cold and enjoy!

Strawberry Lychee Yogurt Parfait | Cooking with a Wallflower

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Strawberry Lychee Yogurt Parfait | Cooking with a Wallflower


  1. Joanna says:

    Where do you find this yogurt?!?! I have been hearing fabulous things about it but haven’t seen it anywhere… This parfait looks divine! xo

  2. Shari says:

    I have never seen a lychee before! Can you describe the taste? I am so curious. I will have to look for them at the store. Your granola looks delicious!

    • Andrea Giang | Cooking with a Wallflower says:

      Thank you! I’ve never had to describe fruit before so I don’t know if I can do it justice! It’s very sweet and juicy. I think it really reminds me of tropical fruits. It has a certain crispness when you bite into it, a little bit like pear. You’ll have to try it! Most Asian markets should carry it. If not fresh ones, they should have canned ones, but those are usually sweeter.

  3. philstanfield says:

    Hello Andrea, this looks fantastic! So simple! The top photo reminds me of a ‘snack’ I thought very highly of when I was in the Soviet Union (you read right – it was years ago!) – bite-size wedges of chilled cucumber and yoghurt dip. Mm-mm! Phil

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