This Cantaloupe Breakfast Bowl is a quick and easy healthy breakfast recipe willed with yogurt, fresh cantaloupe, coconut and granola.
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This Cantaloupe Breakfast Bowl is quick, healthy and seriously filling. It's perfect for those busy mornings when you're in a rush.
One thing my closest friends know about me is that eating breakfast does not come naturally to me. I'm not a big morning person at all.
I'm also super picky what I eat in the morning. I have some pretty severe tummy issues so I try to eat things that calm the beast within. Fruit and yogurt work perfectly for that.
The possibilities are endless when it comes to breakfast bowls. You really can customize them any way you want. For me, cantaloupe will always be the ultimate way to go.
You can find the recipe for my Cantaloupe Breakfast Bowl over at Produde Made Simple. I developed this recipe for their website.
Yogurt - Normally, I use coconut greek yogurt for this recipe but use any kind of yogurt you love.
Cinnamon - This is an optional ingredient. I like the added spice but you can omit if you like.
Cantaloupe - Look for the freshest cantaloupe you can find. You can even hollow out the inside of a cantaloupe cut in half and serve the yogurt bowl inside of that. It makes for a nice presentation.
Granola - Use your own preference for the granola portion. You can make your own homemade granola or store-bought granola if you prefer.
Coconut - You can use fresh or dried coconut for this breakfast bowl recipe. Personally, I like using fresh coconut for mine. Use a peeler to get thin slices of coconut. Or use dried coconut flakes if you don't have fresh coconut available.
How to Make Cantaloupe Breakfast Bowls:
First, pour the yogurt into a bowl and add ground cinnamon, if desired. Mix well.
Next, cut up the cantaloupe or use a melon baller to get small pieces of cantaloupe for your breakfast bowl. Place the cantaloupe pieces on top of the yogurt.
Add the granola to the top of the cantaloupe bowl.
Cut, chop or peel your fresh coconut. Or use dried if you prefer it. Add the coconut to the top of the bowl.
Refrigerate if not eating immediately. It's best eaten the day you make it.
How to Store Breakfast Bowls:
Personally, I prefer to eat mine the day I make them. That said, you can store them in an airtight container in the refrigerator for 2 to 3 days.
You can freeze breakfast bowls for 2 to 3 months, although I would recommend not freezing the cantaloupe. Add fresh cantaloupe when you remove the yogurt mix from the freezer.
More Breakfast Recipes:
- Breakfast Toast: 4 Ways
- Red Velvet Sweet Rolls
- Turtle French Toast
- Potato and Bacon Breakfast Hash
- Candied Bacon
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Cantaloupe Breakfast Bowl
- 2 cups coconut yogurt
- 1 dash cinnamon optional
- ½ cup cantaloupe cut into pieces or use a melon baller
- ¼ cup granola
- ¼ cup fresh or dried coconut cut into slivers or small pieces
- Pour the yogurt into a bowl. Add cinnamon, if desired, and mix together.
- Next, use a small melon baller for the cantaloupe, or you can cut it into small pieces. Place the cantaloupe pieces on top of the yogurt.
- Then, add the granola over top of the yogurt.
- Place the pieces of the coconut over top of the yogurt.
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