A breakfast yogurt bowl is a great way to start the morning. I have to be quite picky about what I eat in the morning. The rest of the day is fair game, but the mornings have to be balanced. I need protein, fat, and carbs in the morning otherwise I get shaky and can’t focus. Sponsored post. All opinions are my own.
Breakfast Yogurt Bowl
I like to play around with toppings for my daily breakfast yogurt bowl. For a while, I got into the habit of buying individual yogurts that have the toppings included. They are a bit pricey, and it’s silly when you can easily stock up on add-ins at
During my last trip to Sam’s Club, I picked up Cascadian Farm Chewy Bars, Annie’s Cocoa Bunnies, and Annie’s Cheddar Bunnies. I was going to grab something from LARABAR, too, but they must have been out of stock. All of these selections make great snacks in addition to possible yogurt bowl toppings. Well, maybe not the Annie’s Cheddar Bunnies for breakfast, but they are excellent snacks throughout the day.
I always start my yogurt bowls with plain nonfat Greek yogurt. After that, I make sure to add at least one type of fruit, nuts or seeds, and then a type of cereal. This time I added bananas, chopped up Cascadian Farm Chewy Bars, Annie’s Cocoa Bunnies, and a drizzle of all-natural peanut butter. It didn’t turn out as pretty as I envisioned, but it sure tasted yummy. The portion is tiny, but it’s quite filling.
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What would you put in your breakfast yogurt bowl?