Greek Yogurt with Blueberries & Granola

Hey Friends, today I wanted to share with you a quick & easy breakfast I’ve been loving! Greek Yogurt with Blueberries & Granola. Sometimes I will have this as my lunch if I’ve eaten something different for breakfast. This is so easy, delicious and perfect for weekday mornings.

When school is back in session I am usually running around in the morning making sure everyone is dressed, hair combed, breakfast, teeth brushed, deodorant¬†on, backpacks, lunches…it’s a lot! But to make sure I¬†have eaten a good breakfast is another story, that’s why I love this breakfast, I can throw it together in no time!

Greek yogurt with blueberries and granola

blueberries, nature valley protein granola, chobani greek yogurt and honey

Here is what you need:

1 Cup, Non-Fat Plain Greek Yogurt

Blueberries (handful)

Granola (handful)

Honey

You can use whatever brands you like but, I really like Chobani for Greek yogurt and Nature Valley for granola.

Directions.

plain Greek yogurt in a white bowl

Get your bowl of choice and add 1 cup Greek yogurt.

Greek yogurt in honey drizzled on top

Now do a criss-cross design with your honey. Plain Greek yogurt isn’t sweetened at all, so don’t think you are putting too much!

blueberries and granola

Now add a good handful of blueberries and a good handful of granola.

blueberries, granola and honey

This is completely optional but, I like adding a little drizzle of honey on top.

Greek Yogurt, blueberries, granola, and honey drizzle

After this, I usually stir it all up and enjoy!

Greek Yogurt, blueberries, granola, and honey drizzle, Pinterest

This is the perfect easy breakfast idea and would be perfect for college students too because it doesn’t involve any cooking.

Another Breakfast idea you may like to try: Easy Breakfast Tacos

Let me know if you try my version of Greek Yogurt with Blueberries & Granola!

1 Comment

  1. Kathy DeMoville
    August 2, 2018 / 1:19 pm

    Its one of my favorites too. For a quick dessert melt a marshmallow on a graham cracker, and drizzle it with honey. (Michael came up with that one.)

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