14 Reviews

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.

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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 recipe...it is definitely a keeper!!
Made for 2010 Football Pool

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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

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tomsawyer June 18, 2010

I ate a lot of yogurt this ZWT (6).Homemade granola and homemade yogurt is what I used. For berries I used blueberries.

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littlemafia June 17, 2010

Used a wonderful Trader Joe's nonfat Greek yogurt and home grown fruit with pure clover honey and good granola. This is my idea of breakfast heaven! Can't wait for peaches to come in so I can use those.... Made for ZWT6 by a Looney Spoon Phoodie

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Ma Field June 16, 2010

The best way to showcase our fabulous Greek honey - with our rich, creamy, tangy yoghurt and fresh, seasonal fruit. I used strawberries, fresh melon and banana and sprinkled some granola over for crunch. We all loved this for breakfast. Thanks.

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evelyn/athens June 14, 2010

I'd never tried Greek yogurt until now, and it's true, it's so rich and creamy and delicious! Paired with the the yogurt, honey and fruit, my granola was delicious! Made for ZWT 6 :)

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~Leslie~ June 14, 2010

Great recipe. I loved the combination of flavors and textures. Tasty way to start the day or wind own as dessert! Thanks for a delicious recipe! **Made for ZWT6 Greece**

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Mommy Diva June 13, 2010

I had this for breakfast this morning and loved it. I added the full 2 tablespoons of honey, and really do think that's the right amount for the recipe.

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Studentchef June 12, 2010

A most acceptable form of vitamin source for grandbabe even if he ate only 2 bites...lol...all that much more for Gran! Made for ZWT #6 Kid's Hercules Challenge #13.

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gailanng June 11, 2010
Greek Yogurt With Honey, Fruit and Granola