Kenny Wagoner: So I need my knife.
Kalli Castille: And what are you doing again?
Kenny Wagoner: And just, let me just a fresh fruit parfait.
Kalli Castille: Okay.
Kenny Wagoner: We’ll just put some in there like that and some berries and these are really simple to make. If I can make them any one can. And I will just take some of that, that in there like that, some blueberries, alright? Little bit of whipped cream.
Kalli Castille: Oh pretty, great dessert, it’s very good for you – all the different berries are wonderful for you, pretty much our general rule of thumb with fruits and vegetables is the darker, the bolder, the brighter or the deeper that color of fruit or vegetable, the more vitamins and minerals that’s going to have in it. So that’s why we use those deep, dark berries like the blackberries, the blueberries, the strawberries because they have so many cancer-fighting properties in them like the antioxidants, all the vitamins as well as a good source of fiber. So definitely load up on the berries as much as you can.
Kenny Wagoner: Put a little more cream on top here and mix them.
Kalli Castille: Very pretty. So like if you made them early, could you put them in a refrigerator?
Kenny Wagoner: Yeah, they’ll look great. This is great and if you want to put some granola on top, I am just going to put some chopped pecans, just a little pineapple juice. You can use that same pineapple for sweet or honey or…
Kalli Castille: Like I said, they are healthier desserts. They are definitely good for you, they really are.
Kenny Wagoner: How is that?
Kalli Castille: They look beautiful.