Rainbow Fruit and Yogurt Breakfast Bowl
The ultimate yogurt breakfast bowl! Loaded with fresh, rainbow colored fruit, vanilla Greek yogurt and topped off with Kellogg’s Fruit Loops™. The ultimate way to surprise your kids on the first day of school, their birthday or for a fun family breakfast!
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The ULTIMATE Kid-Friendly Yogurt Breakfast Bowl
Do you have trouble getting your kids to eat breakfast? Are mornings often rushed and chaotic trying to get your kids out the door or to the bus stop? We all know that if you’re kids don’t have a substantial, filling breakfast before school, they’re not ready to learn. Kiddos with an empty stomach will have a hard time focusing, and concentrating.
Making sure you have some yummy breakfast ideas for busy mornings in your back pocket is a great way to start the school year. This Rainbow Fruit and Yogurt Breakfast Bowl is an awesome idea, loaded with everything your kids will love and fill their tummies in the process!
How do I make a yogurt breakfast bowl with fruit and cereal?
Start with spooning your preferred yogurt into the bottom of a bowl, then add in the fruit and top with cereal.
When building these easy breakfast bowls, I started by sorting the Kellogg’s Fruit Loops™ into individual colors. This is actually a fun task to incorporate with your kids. These yummy, fruity treats make a great little snack as well.
Cut and clean fruit for your breakfast bowls:
Next step in building the breakfast bowl is to prepare the strawberries (red), mango (orange), pineapple (yellow), kiwi (green), blueberries (blue), and blackberries (purple).
Each of these fruits represents one of the colors in the rainbow! I like having a variety of fruit, cut up, washed and ready to eat. These little bowls filled with prepared fruit make it really simple and quick to build your breakfast bowls first thing in the morning.
What type of yogurt should I use for a yogurt breakfast bowl?
Look for a yogurt that has little to no added sugar. For this recipe I’m using Light n’ Fit vanilla Greek yogurt. I also love Fage plain full-fat Greek yogurt.
Place the vanilla Greek yogurt in the bottom of the bowl.
Next, add your fruits – rainbow sequence (red, orange, yellow, green, blue and purple), is a fun way to make the breakfast bowls look especially pretty.
Lastly, add the Kellogg’s Fruit Loops™ paired up by each color.
Not only will you have a pretty, tasty breakfast, your kids will enjoy two full servings of fruit, the yogurt offers a serving of dairy, and the Kellogg’s Fruit Loops™ add amazing flavor and crunch for the perfect breakfast treat!
Could you use some other healthy breakfast ideas that your kids will love? Check out these recipes:
Raspberry Almond Smoothie Bowl at Real Housemoms
Here’s the easy recipe for my Rainbow Fruit & Yogurt Breakfast Bowl:
- 1 c. vanilla Greek yogurt
- 1/4 c. sliced strawberries
- 1/4 c. sliced mango
- 1/4 c. sliced pineapple
- 1/4 c. sliced kiwi
- 1/4 c. fresh blueberries
- 1/4 c. fresh blackberries
- 6 Tbsp. (of each color) of Kellogg’s Fruit Loops™
- In a breakfast bowl, add the yogurt. To the sides of the bowl, add the strawberries, mango, pineapple, kiwi, blueberries and blackberries. Top with corresponding colors of the Kellogg’s Fruit Loops™ next to each fruit. Enjoy right away.
Best wishes for getting your school year off to a great start with an awesome breakfast idea! Enjoy! ~Erin
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