Smooth Yogurt with Crunchy Granola and Honey

March 16, 2009

p21100261I’m on a breakfast blog kick lately! I’m desparately trying to make breakfast fun and new and exciting enough to actually eat! I am not a big fan of breakfast and usually I need something sweet, satisfying, but not too heavy to get me going in the morning. Breakfast is my way of warming up to food, of easing into lunch and dinner (my favorite meal of the day). This yogurt and granola combo is one of my good old standbys.
I use greek Yogurt-Fage brand. Greek yogurt is slightly tangy and thicker than regular, runny yogurt. It’s also got more calcium and fewer calories. I like my yogurt to have a crunch, so I add Bear Naked Fit granola and top it off with a drizzle of honey. I love the sweetness, zippiness and crunchiness of the combination. It’s a quick breakfast that takes just a moment to fix and even less time to eat!

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Jennifer March 20, 2009 at 7:08 am

awesome! so glad you are liking the site! we added you to our blogroll and will def give a shout out soon!

kate March 19, 2009 at 10:40 pm

Thanks so much for checking out Fit-Ink! I’m definitely a regular here, I was just salivating over the vegetarian shepherd’s pie, I’ve wanted to make something like that for years. I added Keep it simple foods to Fit-Ink’s Favorites today and called out some love earlier in the week as a site I was searching (I think on Tuesday or Wednesday. And Liz and I love our food too–at least for me part of the reason I work out is to eat :)

Jennifer March 16, 2009 at 3:58 pm

love your ideas about adding fruit! i will def start doing that more often! yum!
glad you like our blog. we love yours too! we would love to add you to our favorites if you will do the same. also, linking food sounds good, but i’m sure you’re way fitter than us! haha

kate March 16, 2009 at 11:58 am

i make this same breakfast, just minus the honey. The Greek yogurt is also really yummy with blackberries, raspberries, blueberries and strawberries (or any combination of those fruits) :) uh oh, i’m making myself hungry–so glad taylor tipped me off to your blog though. if you have a chance, check out mine at…maybe we can link food and exercise together??


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