Greek Yogurt With Honey, Fruit and Granola

Total Time
Prep 5 mins
Cook 0 mins

This is one of my favorite breakfasts. If you haven't tried Greek style yogurt, it is thick and creamy even the non-fat tastes rich. Paired with granola, honey and a handful of fruit, it's a perfect start for your day!

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Top yogurt with honey and granola, sprinkle berries on top.


Most Helpful

I eat this almost every morning but skip the honey. Most granolas are sweet enough already and the honey just adds a lot of sugar to your diet which takes away from the health aspect. I use plain unsweetened yoghurt. I add blueberries or in winter, frozen fruit such as strawberries. Greek yoghurt is high in protein and keeps you feeling full for hours.

linda.winkler March 30, 2016

Delicious!! I eat this for breakfast at least twice a week, but I've never had it with the granola before. Adding the granola really bumped up the flavor and has now become our favorite way to enjoy this morning treat. I used 2% lowfat Fage Greek yogurt, an oat and honey granola, and dried cranberries. Also, I substituted an Agave sweetener for the honey, added chopped walnuts and some cinnamon. I layered half of the yogurt in a bowl and topped it with half of the granola, a handful of dried cranberries and chopped walnuts, a sprinkling of cinnamon, and drizzled Agave sweetener over the top. I repeated the layers, ending with the sweetener. Yummy!! Thank you for sharing this is definitely a keeper!!
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Bayhill November 02, 2010

Very good breakfast treat that filled me up! I used strawberries as my fruit and because I did not have granola, I crushed up cereal over the top. Made for ZWT6 Herulean Challenge

tomsawyer June 18, 2010

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