this yogurt banana split is one of the most delicious and healthy desserts that you can also have for breakfast. full of nutritious ingredients and protein, this recipe will keep you full and satisfied.
dessert for breakfast anyone? you can count me in! this yogurt banana split recipe is the perfect way to get your daily dose of protein, carbs and healthy fats. not only that, you'll feel like you're eating dessert in every spoonful. this recipe is simple to make and full of tasty flavors. one of the best parts is that you can customize the flavors in this recipe to fit whatever you're craving! if you're in the mood for chocolate, add some dark chocolate chips to the bowl. want a more light and refreshing flavor? add fresh fruit and a light honey drizzle.
main ingredients used
- greek yogurt
frequently asked questions
yes! you can use your preferred yogurt in this recipe. i love to use a plain greek yogurt to avoid added sugars and greek yogurt is typically higher in protein than others.
cinnamon, nut butter drizzles, dried fruit, fresh fruit, honey/agave/maple syrup, chocolate chips, nuts and anything that your heart desires!
yes, of course! use your favorite vegan yogurt and vegan toppings and just like that you have a vegan breakfast banana split.
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breakfast banana split
toasted coconut honey granola (makes 4 servings)
- 1 cup rolled oats
- ½ cup coconut flakes i use bob's red mill unsweetened
- 2 tsp vanilla extract
- 2 tbsp honey melted for 30 seconds
breakfast banana split (1 serving)
- 1 cup greek yogurt i use 0% fat fage plain
- 3 strawberries rinsed + sliced
- ½ cup fresh blueberries rinsed
- 1 banana sliced in half
- honey drizzle on top
- preheat the oven to 350 degrees F (325 if you have a strong oven)
- in a large bowl, mix the rolled oats, melted honey, coconut flakes and vanilla until fully combined
- spread in an even layer on a baking sheet that is lined with parchment paper
- bake for 10 minutes then mix up the oats to avoid burning
- flatten in an even layer again and put in the oven for an additional 5 minutes
- remove from the oven and let cool
- once cooled, break up into chunks + pieces for the granola topping
breakfast banana split
- slice the banana in half and place in your desired bowl / plate
- top the banana with the greek yogurt, fruit and granola
- top it all of with the honey drizzle and ENJOY!
- the granola makes 4 servings so that you can save the rest for mornings the rest of the week!
- granola storage : you can store the leftover granola in a ziploc bag, mason jar or other sealed container
- you will want to make the bowl fresh every day so that the bananas don't turn brown and granola doesn't get soggy sitting in yogurt
- it takes less than ten minutes to prepare each morning after the granola is made, the benefits of this dish are 100% worth it
- honey replacement : you can replace the honey with maple syrup, agave or your preferred sweetener