Daddies Yoghurt Parfait with Chocolate and Avocado


​For most of you who dont know, AKIU is not a one woman thing. There is this force of family that is behind all that you see here.  My Dad – the hand model, my Mom – the dishwasher, my brother – the taster and my sisters – the publicists. My little sister’s birthday is coming up in a few days. I asked her what she wanted for her birthday and she said nothing. Well, I still went a head and made something because that is what sisters are for. No?

For a while now, i have had my mind on daddies. Firstly because they are one of my favorite snacks and secondly because they would make a  great base for no- bake desserts. Daddies are the Ugandan equivalent of cookies in the west. These crunchy buttery pieces of fried dough are the definition of school snacks.   

While planning this parfait, I was looking for something simple, easy to put together, flavorful and a crowd pleaser. It did not disappoint and it is as simple as putting daddies, chocolate, yoghurt, avocado and repeat. 


 What you will need:

2 C. Daddies

1C. Yoghurt, vanilla flavored

1 Chocolate bar

1 Avocado

Method
:

Put the daddies and 3 quarters of the chocolate in a paper bag or plastic/ zip lock. Slightly crash them together. Remove from the plastic and put them in a bowl. Set aside. 

Cut half of the avocado and cube it. Get two long glasses and place the crushed daddies and chocolate in them. Add the yogurt, some more daddies, avocado pieces and more yoghurt. 

To garnish, break the remaining chocolate into chunks and place it on top of the parfait with more daddies. Grate more chocolate on top.

Serve chilled 


This is worth a try! 

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