I think a good presentation makes this even possible for a dessert I'd share with guests! I did strawberry yogurt, ground flax seeds, and agave nectar. Excellent!
WOW, what a yummy and nutritious breakkie dish! Loved the combination of the creamy yogurt with the fruity bananas and crunchy granola! Mmmm, very moreish! :)
I used this recipe for the granola part: Oven Baked Muesli by Sharon123.
THANK YOU SO MUCH for sharing this great recipe with us, Rita! Ill surely make it again!
Made and reviewed for Veggie Swap #28 November 2010.
Yummy. DD1 (4 years old) enjoyed this for breakfast as well. I added more liquid honey between the layers because my granola was not very sweet. I used Balkan yogurt, homemade quinoa granola that did not contain oats as I react to them, no optionals but there were sesame seeds in the granola. Made for Chef of the month in Veggie Swap #45 ~ April 2012 ~
This was the perfect breakfast! At first I was a little concerned about how large the portions felt, but it is perfect for a breakfast that sustains and stays with you all day (at least till lunch :)). I used non-fat vanilla yogurt and no coconut or flax seeds. The honey really added something special to this. Thanks for sharing!
This was great! I made this for the seven of us for breakfast, obviously increasing the amounts, and everyone liked/loved it. No complaints! That's always a plus. One of my sons and myself are not huge yogurt fans, but we did like this. I did not use the coconut and I only got to use flax on some of them, because my kids walked in and saw what I was doing. I also used low-fat vanilla yogurt. I think this will go into our weekly rotation. If not for breakfast, definately for a snack.
This was great for the kids for an afternoon snack after swimming. It was very easy to make, looked great, and tasted even better. Made for ZWT 07
I have been eating this every day for breakfast for the last two weeks! I don't use bananas each day, some days I cut up a peach or an apple and even use a mixture of fruits (plums and apricots are good together). I use a local 0% fat yogurt, also alternating the flavors (this morning was pina colada, yum!). The granola adds a nice crunch and makes it very filling. I don't always use coconut for the topping, this morning, in fact, I treated myself to some poppy seeds instead. This is a fantastic breakfast!
this is truly magnificant, you have combined about all my favourite foods into one and done an exelent job, top stuff, x
This is so good! I've had yogurt, banana, and granola for brekky a million times before, but I never thought to layer them -- I just mixed everything up. It really does make a difference!! I stirred some maple syrup into plain low-fat yogurt and used some of my homemade granola. Thanks for a delicious, nutritious breakfast.
to make this a higher fiber and lower carb and calorie alternative; use kashi high crunch granola, and less of the banana. consider adding whey protein to the yogurt for protein. great concept!