Greek yogurt and Granola breakfast bowl

Greek yogurt and granola breakfast bowl

If getting up for work in the morning and making breakfast seems like too much effort, then this delicious and creamy Greek yogurt and Granola breakfast bowl is just for you. Greek yogurt is topped with luxurious homemade granola, berries and edible flowers and is as pretty as it is delicious.

Since perfecting my Easy Homemade Granola, I’ve been having it for breakfast at least three times a week in a Greek yogurt and Granola breakfast bowl. Sometimes I add berries, sometimes banana slices or sometimes I enjoy it with only a handful of pomegranate arils.

Greek yogurt and granola breakfast bowl

I have everything ready and it takes literally 5 minutes to throw it all together and have a delicious meal that keeps me full until lunchtime. Greek yogurt is strained to remove most of it’s whey and has a thicker consistency and higher protein density than other natural yogurts.

Greek yogurt and granola breakfast bowl Greek yogurt and granola breakfast bowl

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Greek yogurt and Granola breakfast bowl
 
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This delicious and creamy Greek Yogurt and Granola Breakfast bowl consists of Greek yogurt topped with easy homemade granola, berries and edible flowers.
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Recipe type: Breakfast
Cuisine: South African
Serves: 2
Ingredients
  • 250 ml full fat greek yogurt (approximately 1 cup)
  • 125 ml granola (approximately ½ cup)
  • 2 strawberries, sliced
  • 10 raspberries
  • 8 cape gooseberries
  • 10 edible flowers
Instructions
  1. Divide the yogurt between two breakfast bowls
  2. Sprinkle half the granola over each bowl of yogurt
  3. Slice the strawberries into rounds and place on the one side of each bowl
  4. Place half the raspberries on the other side of each bowl
  5. Decorate down the middle with alternating gooseberries and edible flowers
  6. Serve cold
Notes
Any granola or muesli with nuts, seeds and dried fruits can be used.
The berries and edible flowers can be substituted with any other cut seasonal fruits.
If the fruits are not very sweet, drizzle over a teaspoon of honey (optional)

 

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Author: Razena Schroeder

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10 thoughts on “Greek yogurt and Granola breakfast bowl”

    1. My first encounter with edible flowers was many years ago at a coffee shop where they used it to plate a slice of cheesecake. It looked so pretty I was hesitant to eat it, but the manageress came around and told us it was edible and I’ve been eating them ever since.

    1. You are most welcome Peter. I found that the worst thing about being a food blogger or even working in a food related business is that we are prone to over indulge, all in the name of blogging or work. Everything starts with a small step and mine was to ensure that I eat what I enjoy and what makes me feel good.

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