This Raspberry & Passion Fruit Greek Yogurt Granola is simply DIVINE!
So remember back before Christmas when I made this fabulous Dark Chocolate Breakfast Granola? Not only did I give it out a LOT as gifts to family & friends, but I also made a few batches for our own use. And we like it the most with some Greek Yogurt and topped with fruit.
I’ve been really excited to share this recipe with you because not only it is delicious, healthy & easy to make, but it also looks sooo pretty! And I do believe we eat with our eyes, and when the food looks good it also tastes good 🙂
As it is currently the dead of winter, I try to make the best of frozen produce. The choices in the local shops are sadly limited, but that is to be expected. I am hardly one to buy tomatoes in January, or peaches imported from Chile (yes, I actually saw that today in the produce section!). I mean, I love peaches, but in July when they are locally abundant (fresh & cheap!). So we eat plenty of winter greens, radicchio, winter staples and – of course – frozen produce, such as peas or raspberries.
I think there is absolutely nothing wrong with eating frozen produce out of season, as the produce was most like harvested in peak season and quickly frozen and thus conserving most of it nutrients. For sure far more than that from Chile in January. So while imported berries were actually available, I chose to go with frozen ones instead. And passion fruit is not locally grown, so any time of the year it must be imported 🙂
So while we’re currently still freezing, this lovely Raspberry & Passion Fruit Greek Yogurt Granola will keep us warm and fuzzy inside until springtime.
- 1 cup Greek yogurt
- 3-4 tbs Healthy Dark Chocolate Breakfast Granola
- 2 ts pistachio cream (optional)
- 1 passion fruit
- 10 raspberries (fresh or frozen)
- 1 ts chopped pistachios
- Put Greek Yogurt in a bowl, add a few tablespoons of granola and a teaspoon of pistachio cream (optional!).
- Slice open the passion fruit, scoop out the pulp and put it on the granola and yogurt. Add raspberries and a few chopped pistachios. Serve.
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 211.4 Total Fat: 11.55g Saturated Fat: 5.37g Sodium: 73.17mg Carbohydrates: 15.45g Fiber: 2.89g Sugar: 8.95g Protein: 13.07g
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