Fruit on the Bottom Yogurt
Fruit on the Bottom Yogurt is quick to make and can be made ahead of time so you’ll have a quick and healthy breakfast on hand all week long. This delicious taste sensation of yogurt and blueberries is made in jars so you can also take them on-the-go.
I made a delicious discovery this week. I now have my new breakfast and it couldn’t be easier! I’ve found this healthy treat to be the perfect spring & summer breakfast, snack, lunch or as a chilled delight to enjoy whenever.
My breakfast lately has been wheat toast topped with homemade almond butter and sliced bananas. Where that is a nicely rounded breakfast (healthy carbs, protein and fruit), I got so bored with it and needed to change it up.
This fruit on the bottom yogurt also doubles up as a post-workout snack for me. Also, the days I’m out of the house I like to bring a jar of it with me so I have a healthy, filling snack or lunch.
Fresh blueberries are added to a saucepan with honey and a little water and cooked for a few minutes. The ‘sauce’ is then thickened with cornstarch, poured into the bottom of sealable jars and refrigerated until set.
Plain yogurt is sweetened with honey and poured over the top and any toppings you like. I chose toasted sliced almonds and sweet fresh raspberries. There’s no reason not to eat a healthy, filling breakfast now, is there?
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