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Greek Yogurt Cups

Y’all I think this is the easiest and fastest recipe I have on the blog so far!  There are only 4 ingredients in this recipe and it’s healthy, filling, and tastes great.

These quick + easy Greek yogurt cups are my go-to when I don’t have much time for breakfast or for my morning snack.  Okay, that’s enough about this quick and easy recipe; now it’s time to tell you how to make your own!

 

Ingredients for Quick + Easy Greek Yogurt Cups

 

  • Greek Yogurt
  • Sliced Almonds
  • Blueberries
  • Honey

Yogurt Cup

I love going to the Farmer’s Market to get as many of our fruits and vegetables as possible.  Blueberries, tomatoes, greens, potatoes, apples, lemons, herbs, honey, eggs, you name it, if I can get it there, I do!  Until we start our garden, I’ll be making many trips there this season.  Whether for just cooking or good ‘ole eating, I love almonds.

To make the yogurt cups, grab any bowl of your choosing.  Place one cup of yogurt into the bowl.  Next up, berries and nuts! Sprinkle 1/2 cup of blueberries onto the yogurt.

Greek yogurt cup

Add 1/4 cup of a cup of sliced almonds.

 

Yum!  They’re almost ready.  Just one last ingredient..honey!   Drizzle honey into the bowl.

That’s it.  I told you this was the easiest and quickest recipe on the blog so far!

What’s one of your favorite quick and easy breakfasts when you’re in a rush?

Comments

    • Lynn says

      They’re so good and so easy to make and especially come in handy when I’m short on time! Running late doesn’t haven’t to mean bad-for-you-food. Thanks for stopping by, Shannon!

    • Lynn says

      Yes, Nicola! I love how these satisfy my hunger but don’t fill me up and leave me feeling like a stuffed turkey!

    • Lynn says

      Me too, Rachel. A couple of weeks ago I tried traditional yogurt and let’s just say, I won’t be going back. Greek yogurt all the way!

  1. Sondra says

    I love how this recipe is both healthy and easy to make in the morning. I also am going to try this for the mid afternoon snack – to tie me over for those late night dinners.

  2. The Crumby Vegan says

    This is a such a great, tasty and healthy breakfast idea. What’s so mega is that it is so easy to veggies, just by swapping out the greek yogurt and honey with rice yogurt and yummy maple syrup. Thanks for giving me this idea!!

  3. Larissa says

    I don’t know that I could eat these for breakfast, as I usually start my day off with something more hearty and filling, but for a snack, I think I’m going to try these! I’ll have to skip the nuts, but I know my mom will love this recipe, nuts and all!

    • Lynn says

      Thanks for stopping by Larissa! And yes, they are excellent for a snack. Sometimes I even have them for dessert!

  4. Megan Miller says

    This looks yummy besides the almonds (nut allergy) A good alternative is either granola or even whole flax seeds. It has the crunch that is really satisfying like nuts.

    • Lynn says

      Yes, sometimes I use granola and I’ve also done oranges and walnuts. I’ve never had whole flax seeds. I’ll have to give that a try!

  5. Raine says

    I love yogurt, and I really like the idea of pre-preparing your own Greek yogurt cups with your favorite toppings! Personally, I’d take this for breakfast OR lunch!

  6. Nicole says

    Yum, I love yogurt with berries for breakfast and snacks. I will have to toss some almonds in next time, thanks for sharing your idea. #HomeMattersParty

    • Lynn says

      Hi Olla, I also change the fruits and nuts I use. Sometimes I do apples and walnuts and I’ve also done oranges and walnuts. Both of these are good too! Hope your husband will be able to try one of these options.

  7. Melissa says

    What a great idea! Blueberries are one of my daughter’s favorite fruits – this would be great to make instead of a bowl of cereal! #HomeMattersParty

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