Delightful breakfast yogurt bowls with lowcarb fruits, nuts and seeds. Perfect for a healthy weekday breakfast or on-the-go!
For 1 person
1 cup plain, full-fat yogurt
Berries or other fruit as described
Seeds or nuts as described
1 tbsp cream (optional)
- Blueberry Mint Yogurt
Blend 1 cup of plain yogurt with a handful of blueberries and a bunch of chopped mint leaves. Keep a few blueberries whole to garnish.
- Cherry Coconut Yogurt
Cut a handful of pitted cherries in half. If possible, use sour cherries, as they carry less sugar around. Mix cherries with 1 cup of yogurt and 1 tbsp each of linseeds and coconut flakes. Sprinkle with more coconut for garnish
- Dragonfruit Yogurt Drink
Blend 1 cup of coconut with half a dragonfruit for one serving. As the dragonfruit contains a lot of water, this is more a drink than a bowl of yoghurt, but just as delightful.
- Grapefruit Lemon Yogurt
Mix 1 cup of yogurt with zest of half a lemon. Open a grapefruit and take out half the flesh, removing the skins. Cut into small pieces and place on top of the yoghurt. Sprinkle with 1 tbsp of black sesame seeds. If you can’t get grapefruit, use pomelo instead.
- Papaya Yogurt with Chia Seeds and Cashew Nuts
Blend 1 cup of plain yoghurt with 1/2 cup of diced papaya and 1 tbsp of Chia seeds. Put aside for 10 minutes to allow the seeds to soak in some of the yogurt’s liquid. Keep a few papaya cubes for garnish and serve with a small bowl of roasted cashew nuts on the side.
- Pineapple Walnut Yogurt
This one contains a bit more sugar because of the pineapple – which contrasts well with the slightly bitter taste of the super-healthy walnuts. Blend 1 cup of plain yogurt with 1/2 cup of diced papaya and move to a bowl. Chop up a small handful of walnuts and add the pieces to the yogurt. Top with a few pineapple cubes for garnish.
- Strawberry Pecan Yogurt with Nut Mix
Blend 1 cup of yogurt with 1/2 cup diced strawberries and keep a few berry pieces for garnish. Chop pecans into small pieces and add to the bowl. Serve with a small bowl of mixed nuts on the side.
These recipes can be changed or mixed up in any way you like. Look out for the respective fruits when in season!
Nutritional value depends on what kind of and how much yogurt and other ingredients you choose. Usually, higher-fat yogurt contains fewer carbohydrates.
- Category: Breakfast
- Method: Chop and Mix
- Cuisine: International