Put a new spin on your yogurt, granola and fruit breakfasts…this also makes for a fantastic, filling and uber healthy after school snack. (Ask me how I know!)
I saw this on Pinterest and knew it would be an instant hit with this crowd. For my dairy-free little people, I dropped a small scoop of coconut milk ice cream instead of Greek yogurt…so their’s was more of a ‘Banana Snack Split.’ Whether for breakfast with yogurt, or with ice cream for a snack, you can’t go wrong with this Banana Breakfast Split!
I sure wish I could have this delivered to you right now 😉
(P.S. I’m already seeing great prices on blueberries and blackberries in my stores. This will be perfect later in the spring, early summer when berry prices are at their lowest!)
Banana Breakfast Split
- 4 bananas, peeled and halved lengthwise
- 4 spoonfuls of Greek vanilla yogurt, or preferred flavor
- Fresh blueberries, strawberries, raspberries and/or blackberries, about 2 cups total
- 1/2 cup granola (try my nut-free and no-added sugar homemade granola recipe)
- Place the bananas in a long bowl or plate. Spoon the yogurt over the top.
- Sprinkle the berries and granola onto the bananas and yogurt.
- Serve Banana Breakfast Split, as breakfast or afternoon snack.
Oh how funny! I, too, saw this on Pinterest as a Weight Watcher recipe, so guess what I tried for breakfast one morning this week??? 🙂 I combined some plain Greek yogurt with a little Better Than Peanut Butter and heated it up to make a “syrup topping” to drizzle over it and added some mini chocolate chips. It was so good!
Thanks for the post, I can’t wait to try. Where can I find a bowl like that, I love it!
Wow, it looks great. I’m going to make it this weekend. Thx for sharing.
Bernie Lopez says
Made it this morning with plain greek yogurt & drizzled the whole thing in agave syrup. Sooooo good!
I love eating fruit with greek yogurt! I think that I need one of these fun shaped bowls to really enjoy it! How fun!
Great recipe, thanks for share
Great idea for livening up yogurt n fruit parfaits!
This was yummy, though I used much more than one spoonful of yogurt per serving. 🙂