Pomegranate and Wildflower Honey Parfait

honey parfaitIf you've heard it once, you've heard it a thousand times: breakfast is the most important meal of the day. But making time to have a nutritious, delicious and beautiful breakfast can seem like a daunting task. Enter honey-- the multipurpose, scrumptious, and healthy pick-me-up for an array of breakfast foods from coffee to scones.

This week is National Breakfast Week, and to honor the key role breakfast plays in our daily lives, I chose to make an elegant and simple go-to (and to-go!) parfait.

Parfait is the general name given to any combination of yogurt, fruit and granola. This time around, though, I've paired Savannah Bee Wildflower Honey with Greek yogurt and a less common fruit: pomegranates.

Wildflower Honey from Savannah Bee is 100% pure, unpasteurized and KSA Certified. Combined with the healthy probiotics found in Greek yogurt, the antioxidants in pomegranates and the fiber in granola, you've got a breakfast that's as healthy as it is easy to assemble.

Give this gorgeous, portable honey parfait a try for a productive and energized day!

honey yogurt parfait



  1. Scoop Greek yogurt into the bowl (or cup to go).

  2. Top with honey, sprinkle granola and pomegranate over the top.

  3. Stir and enjoy!

yogurt and honey parfait


  • Buying pomegranate arils is much more convenient than cutting them out of a whole pomegranate, but can be slightly pricier. If you choose to harvest the arils yourself, do so the night before to save time during your busy morning.

  • Any granola will work, but choosing one with high fiber and protein will keep you feeling satiated until lunchtime.

  • Not a fan of pomegranates? Try blueberries, blackberries or another fruit that's low in sugar and high in antioxidants.

Submitted By: Jess Brannen