Fruit and Granola Yogurt (252 Calories)

I am the number one hater of breakfast. I just don’t like breakfast! As far as I am concerned it’s something worth skipping. I don’t like eggs, I don’t like sausage, and well the list goes on. I think it’s a waste of calories, but I know I need to eat breakfast anyway.

I am always on the hurt for something new and delicious that I can make quickly, and actually enjoy. I would make pancakes, but they are not quick, nor are they figure friendly. When you are trying to lose a few pounds you want to avoid pancakes.

Since being on vacation the house is pretty empty of food so I starting looking around for something to have that I had on hand and would be delicious. This certainly hit the mark. Delicious, nutritious, and low in calories… what more could you ask for?

  • Yoplait – Honey Vanilla Greek Yogurt 4 ounces (100 calories)
  • Triple Berry Blend 1 ounce (Frozen)
  • Strawberries 1 ounce (Frozen)
  • Sweetened Coconut flakes 1 tablespoon
  • 1 (2 bars per pack) Nature Valley Granola Bar (Crumbled)
  1. In a bowl or glass
  2. Layer yogurt and berries
  3. Sprinkle on coconut
  4. Crumble granola over the yogurt and fruit.
  5. Serve chilled.
Number of Servings: 1
Nutritional Information:
  • 252 calories per serving
  • 41 carbs 
  • 5 grams of fat 
  • 11 protein
  • 23 sugar

*Nutritional information found on this information will vary based on the products you use.*

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