These granola and yogurt breakfast bowls are so delicious and easy to make! It's like an easy breakfast parfait that doesn't need any layering! Just add to a bowl and enjoy!
Remember that easy pecan granola I made? Well I had to put it to good use. Eating granola on its own is not as enticing as eating it with some creamy yogurt and sweet, tart fruit. Added bonus? Every time I eat these granola and yogurt breakfast bowls, I feel SO healthy. Like I just did something good for my body. And I just love the explosion of those tiny pomegranate seeds when you bite into them.
It's so easy, that it's hard to even call it a recipe. It's basically just an assembly recipe where you throw stuff together and don't worry about measurements. If you already have the blackberries, pomegranate seeds, and granola, you can make this in like 2 minutes. If you want to make everything from scratch... well then it takes a little longer.
First: The granola. I made my own here. But really, any granola should work well.
Second: The pomegranate seeds. This can be tricky. You can buy pomegranate seeds at the store (easy!), or you can buy a whole one like I did. I tend to cut the pomegranate in half, and then break it open in some water (to cut down on the mess). The seeds sink to the bottom, and other stuff floats to the top. Dry those seeds on paper towels, use what you need, and save the rest in the fridge for a week.
Third: Blackberries. This is pretty simple. Buy some from the store or farmer's market.
Fourth: Yogurt. I can't even think about how to make yogurt, so I got some greek vanilla yogurt from the store and voila! Perfectly tangy and creamy. You can use whatever type of yogurt you want! Use coconut yogurt, plain yogurt, flavored yogurt. Whatever your favorite is.
How to make the granola breakfast bowl:
Like I mentioned, this is really just an assembly recipe once you have all the ingredients.
First, prep your fruit. This means slicing it, washing it, etc. In this granola and yogurt bowl, I used pomegranate, so I sliced up the pomegranate and removed the seeds.
Once I had the pomegranate seeds ready, it's all about assembly! I just scooped some yogurt into bowls, topped with granola, and then the fresh fruit!
Looking for more easy breakfasts? Try these!
- Croissant breakfast sandwich
- Toasted croissant with yogurt and kiwi
- Homemade migas breakfast tacos
- Fluffy scrambled eggs with chives
- Banana bread overnight oats
The below "recipe" doesn't use any measurements. Just spoon some stuff into a bowl and enjoy!
Granola Breakfast Bowls
- Couple of spoonfuls Greek yogurt
- Pomegranate seeds
- Spoon some Greek yogurt onto a bowl or plate.
- Sprinkle a healthy helping of granola onto the yogurt.
- Add some pomegranate seeds and blackberries on top.