This easy and delicious Berry Granola Greek Yogurt Bowl recipe is packed with protein, calcium, vitamins, minerals, and loaded with fresh fruit. It’s perfect for breakfast, a healthy snack, dessert, or even a meal replacement.
You can switch things up by adding different kinds of fruit, granola, and add maple syrup if you’d like, but I prefer not to add additional sweetener. Berries and granola add enough sweetness to the yogurt, and it really does satisfy my sweet tooth cravings.
You may also top this yogurt bowl with additional toasted nuts. The possibilities are endless what you can create with having a delicious and beautifully presentable yogurt bowl that will fill you up fast and will keep you full for hours. So give this a try and you will thank me later! 😀
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Yogurt Bowl Ingredients
- Granola - I used homemade granola. If you still buy granola at the store then I highly recomend you give this recipe a try. Nothing beats homemade granola.
- Yogurt - I prefer plain Greek yogurt, but vanilla or flavored yogurt is great too.
- Berries of your choice - if berries are not in season, I prefer using organic they make huge difference in taste.
- Chia Seeds - great addition of vitamins, minerals, and powerful antioxidants.
How to Make Berry Granola Yogurt Bowl
- It's really simple! This is one of my absolute favorite yogurt bowls.
- First things first, rinse your berries.
- Next, place yogurt and raspberries into a bowl. Using a fork or a fruit masher, mash raspberries, and mix to combine with yogurt.
- Finally, top the yogurt bowl with granola, berries, and sprinkle with chia seeds.
Now it’s time to enjoy this deliciousness!
Is yogurt bowl for breakfast or a snack?
- Yogurt bowl is packed with calcium, protein, minerals & vitamins. They're the perfect healthy breakfast that will jump start your day or snack of good-for-you nutrients.
What Can I Put In Yogurt Bowls?
Just about anything can go into your Yogurt Bowl! The skies are the limit here. Be creative and have fun.
- Yogurt - I prefer Greek yogurt because it is loaded with protenin which keeps me fuller longer.
- Granola - is my a must have topping when it comes to Yogurt Bowl.
- Fruit - of your choice for color and sweetness; a few of my absolute favorite are:
- Nut butter - almond butter, cashew butter, peanut butter, or a mix of all nuts butter, drizzled or spoonful dollop over yogurt is heavenly delish.
- Dried Fruit - cherries, raisins, cranberries, currants, or chopped dates.
- Nuts - sliced almonds, chopped pecan or walnuts, or roasted pumpkin seeds are a great boost of plant-based protein.
- Jam/Sauce - are also so delicious, it adds some sweetnes and perfect for swirling in. A few of my favorite are home made strawberry sauce that I love to top my mini cheesecakes with and freezer jam.
- Powder - collagen, protein, or cacao powder are a great and very nutritious addition to your yogurt bowl.
- Sweetener - honey or maple syrup is great addition to satisfy your sweet tooth.
How to Serve Yogurt Bowls?
- You can set up all the toppings on a table and let people build their own bowls wich make a really fun brunch option.
How to Store Yogurt Bowls?
- Yogurt Bowls will keep for 3-4 days in the refrigerator. They are great for meal planning. Top your yogurt bowl with cruchy topping and fruit right before serving.
Berry Granola Greek Yogurt Bowl
- 1 cup (245 g) – Greek yogurt (I prefer nonfat plain)
- 1 cup (100 g) – Strawberry Almond Granola
- ½ tsp. – chia seeds
- Strawberries, raspberries, and blueberries for topping
How to Make Berry Granola Greek Yogurt Bowl
- First things first, rinse your berries.
- Next, place yogurt and raspberries into a bowl. Using a fork or a fruit masher, mash raspberries and mix to combine with yogurt.
- Finally, top the yogurt bowl with granola, berries and sprinkle with chia seeds.
- Now it’s time to enjoy this deliciousness!
- If using softer fruit like raspberries you may mash them together with the yogurt. But if you’re using harder fruit to mash like strawberries, then I prefer to mash the fruit first in the bowl before adding and mixing in the yogurt.
Can I Make this Yogurt Bowl Dairy-Free ?
- Absolutely! There are a few non-dairy yogurt options out there that are super creamy and made out of plant-based products. The vanilla flavor is made with real vanilla beans. YAY!