My favourite breakfast lately: Granola with Yogurt and Fruit

This one is so simple, it hardly qualifies as a recipe. It’s too good not to share, though — not to mention it’s really rather healthy!

You can alter this recipe to include any fruits you fancy. Don’t like bananas? Try blueberries, cherries, peaches, blackberries… make the most of in-season produce. 

If you’re feeling more traditional, opt for nut or soya milk–on the other hand, you could try something totally different like coconut milk. The possibilities are endless. 


If you’re keen to stay away from all processed foods, try making the granola yourself. I chose the lazy option and bought mine from Sainsbury’s, but I’ve also made it at home before. Simply combine porridge oats with a little bit of coconut oil, sweetener (maple syrup works splendidly with this), some nuts and dried fruit of your choice, and bake in the oven at 160ºC for around 15-20 minutes. Add some coconut flakes for an exotic flavour. 

Ingredients:
1 pot of Alpro Soya yogurt, berry flavour
50g Quaker Granola
1 banana, sliced

Instructions:
Empty the pot of yogurt into a bowl, add the granola and top with sliced banana, or any other fruits of your choice. 
Enjoy this healthy start to your day! 🙂

A recipe as easy as one two three — and it probably takes as many seconds to prepare. For those days when you just don’t have the time but want something flavourful and nutritious. 

What has been your favourite breakfast lately, or do you always have the same?

— Clem

2 thoughts on “My favourite breakfast lately: Granola with Yogurt and Fruit

  1. Thanks! I'm desperate to improve my photography, I'll be working on it a lot in the coming months. This book I'm reading is great, as well; it's called 'The Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society' and is as quirky and fun as the title is weird. It's a post-war story about people in Guernsey still living under threat of Nazis… all told in letters and telegrams. SO GOOD.

    (Dork moment over and out.)

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