In a world of breakfast muffins, one can find a lot of flavors, different flavor…
Mango Yogurt Breakfast Bowl
Breakfast bowls are fun to make. I generally make them for myself whenever I don’t feel like making a cooked breakfast. Also mostly when people in home are sleeping and most likely I may only have to cook brunch. So this Mango Yogurt Breakfast Bowl is one such creation.
This recipe is simple, clean and refreshing. I always use seasonal fruits for my breakfast bowl and with summer on high, it is the king of the fruits – The Mango.
What goes in Breakfast Bowls?
Pretty much everything.
Yes, all it needs is a base or a carrier you may say like milk or yogurt. Dairy or non-dairy version is totally up to you.
If looking for a simple plant-based non-dairy milk – check below my Oat almond milk recipe.
Then you need some fruits – anything goes as long as they are not citrus. Mango, berries, papaya, apples and a lot more to choose from.
A little sweetener if needed – I usually go for organic honey. Goes really well with all the fruits.
Then comes the topping. All things crunchy and healthy can go your breakfast bowl! Yes, nuts, seeds and some other fruit like Pomegranate so on.,
This recipe is a quick fix for someone who wakes up early and needs the energy to start the day without waiting for any cooked breakfast or brunch to be served.
Since this is a no cook bowl, should be easy enough for anybody to put things together and start eating, all under 10 minutes.
Check out my basic recipe for the breakfast bowl –
Mango Yogurt Breakfast BowlCourse: Breakfast, Dairy Free, Easy recipes, Gluten free, Healthy, Quick and Easy, Snacks, Sugar-free, Super Food, Vegan, VegetarianCuisine: American
A refreshing, simple and filling quick fix of a breakfast bowl loaded with yogurt, fruits, honey and nuts & seeds.
Thick Yogurt – 1 cup
Cut Fruits – Mango Here – 1 Cup[From 1 Mango]
Honey – 1 tsp
Chia Seeds – 1 tsp
Roasted Flax Seeds – 1 tsp
Sliced Almonds – 1 tsp
- In a bowl, spread and swirl the yogurt.
- Add the fruits to the bowl.
- Spread the honey on the fruits and the yogurt.
- Sprinkle the chia seeds.
- Sprinkle the flax seeds.
- Add the sliced Almonds.
- Add non-dairy yogurt if you prefer. Coconut Yogurt is a great option.
- Add milk, if you do not like yogurt.
- Use any nuts and seeds you have.
- Use Pomegranate for more color and crunch.