Pentecost Parfaits

These Pentecost Parfaits are full of strawberry goodness. They are simple enough for the kids to make and perfect to celebrate the birthday of the Catholic Church.

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Pentecost is a prominent feast in the Catholic Church.

It is also known as Whitsunday.

It celebrates the decent of the Holy Spirit upon the eleven Apostles of Christ; of course Judas is persona non grata, with reason.

What better way to celebrate the Birthday of the Church with these delicious parfaits?

For a breakfast treat you could substitute the whipped topping for yogurt.


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Pentecost Parfaits


1 package of sugar free strawberry jello
1/2 cup sliced strawberries
1 cup plain Greek yogurt


Prepare gelatin in accordance to package directions. Allow to cool. Set aside 1/3 cup gelatin. Combine ½ cup strawberries to gelatin and pour into the bottom of your parfait glasses. Refrigerate until set. In a separate bowl, add reserved gelatin and remaining strawberries to yogurt. Store in refrigerator until ready to assemble. Add reserved gelatin to parfait glass on top of gelatin making layers. Add plain yogurt and garnish with strawberry slices.

Peace be with you,




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2 Responses to “Pentecost Parfaits”

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    Melissa @ Insider The Kitchen — June 9, 2017 at 8:49 pm

    I went ahead and made these today and they were a big hit! Thanks for the recipe!


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    Carole from Carole's Chatter — June 9, 2017 at 9:51 pm

    Hi Vonnie, this would fit perfectly in Food on Friday: June under the berry theme. Hope you bring it on over. You’ll find the link towards the top of my sidebar. Cheers from Carole’s Chatter


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