Friday, July 28, 2017

Recipe: Greek Yogurt Breakfast Bowls

Easily the Prettiest Breakfast

Naturally, I'm not much of a breakfast eater so I'm always looking for light and delicious foods that I can prep the night before or quickly in the morning and take with me on the go.
I don't have much of an appetite at 7 am but by mid-morning, I'm ready to eat!

I love making these yogurt bowls because they are delicious, quick, healthy and easy! Also, they travel quite well so they are the perfect solution if you need a morning snack or if you have your breakfast on the go.

Greek Yogurt is the base of this breakfast and it's a great source of calcium as well as vegetarian protein so it will keep you full for awhile!

Greek Yogurt Breakfast Bowls

1 1/2 cups of Greek Yogurt (vanilla or plain) 
             *I use Greek for added protein but you can use any yogurt you like
2-3 strawberries, sliced
1/2 banana, sliced
1/2 Tbsp of chia seeds (I used white chia seeds)
1/2 tsp of dehydrated coconut
some blueberries
optional- sliced almonds or granola for added crunch, honey or maple syrup for sweetness

Note: You can really use any fruit you like in this recipe. I like to use combinations that give it a pretty colour and look. You can use peaches, cherries and other berries or nuts too. It's fun to try different things and get creative in the kitchen.

1) Place your yogurt in a bowl or travel container and smooth out the surface with the back of a spoon
2) Decorate your bowl using the sliced fruits
3) If you're using plain yogurt, you can drizzle some honey or maple syrup on top for a little sweetness
4) Add chia seeds, coconut and nuts if using

If you are making this the night before, you can keep the seeds and nuts out until the morning and also keep your sliced fruit in a separate container. When you get to work or school, mix everything up for a delicious morning snack!

Hope you enjoy making this at home and that it makes your mornings just a little sweeter!

XO Angelie


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