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The Healthy Fruit & Yogurt Breakfast Bowl

The Healthy Fruit & Yogurt Breakfast Bowl - just 3 ingredients:

A super easy breakfast recipe!

I laugh when people leave angry comments on my blog, complaining my recipes are too simple, like this is a bad thing. In reality, it’s my goal to offer ideas and recipes that don’t require a Ph.D or a bunch of obscure ingredients. I want the recipes to be as simple as possible, and I sometimes even remake ones I think are too complicated, before posting them on the blog.

We grow up in a society that emphasizes the notion: more is more; and the laundry lists of ingredients on our packaged foods grow longer by the minute. With so much being thrown at us, it’s beneficial to work at taking specific steps to simplify our lives as much as possible. For example, why make a recipe with twenty ingredients when something with five can taste just as delicious? Today’s yogurt bowl is one of my favorite healthy breakfast recipes, with just three ingredients.

No expensive protein powders, superfood berries, or wheatgrass… just yogurt, milk, and fresh fruit!


The Yogurt Breakfast Bowl

(serves 1)

  • 1 cup frozen raspberries (110g)
  • 1/3 to 1/2 cup milk of choice (120g) (depending on desired thickness)
  • 6 oz plain or vanilla yogurt of choice (I like Wholesoy.)
  • Especially if using an unsweetened milk, you’ll probably wish to add a little sweetener of choice

Blend all ingredients in a blender or magic bullet until smooth. Pour into a bowl. On really hot days, I like to now put the bowl in the freezer for up to an hour. Top with your favorite granola, fresh fruit, etc. (My favorite summer breakfast: this yogurt recipe, extra raspberries on top, and peanut butter slathered on some fresh HSH chia bread from Whole Foods.)

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raspberry yogurt

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Published on April 24, 2013

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  1. Teri says

    I love mixing milk and yogurt into smoothies much like this recipe calls for. My husband loves soy milk, so we always have a large supply of Silk on hand at any given moment. Except whenever I use it in our magic bullet, it gets so frothy it doesn’t blend very well and almost sounds like it’s going to explode because it’s suddenly so full. Is this normal and I just have a very small blender for the task at hand?

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  3. Nick says

    Great idea about the frozen raspberries! I like making my own yogurt at home, it’s a real “set it and forget it” deal. Fresh milk from store + leftover yogurt (or buy one that says “contains active cultures). After the milk’s been warmed in the crockpot, I turn it off, add the yogurt, and put a towel over the top. When I wake up in the morning, I have fresh yogurt. Too much fresh yogurt. Never enough ideas. Good thing it keeps forever!

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  5. katie says

    This recipe sounds great! I think that I’m going to try it out tomorrow morning;) it would be so awesome if you could get your blog turned into an app! that way it would be easier to navigate through on a smart phone:) just a suggestion. 🙂 i love your blog so much! ❤️❤️

  6. Reemaz says

    Katie, your blog has been (and will always be) my favorite. I don’t know why it took me too long to come across this recipe! I tried it a few hours ago and I instantly fell in love…! I mean I have tried raspberry smoothies before but this was different!

  7. Home & Living says

    People really complain about not having enough ingredients? You don’t have to worry about that with me. I definitely prefer things simpler. Thanks a ton Katie. God bless!

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