Make our Banana Split Yogurt Bowl for a quick and easy breakfast that you’ll be excited to eat! This is an excellent vegetarian breakfast, filled with fresh fruit and protein. This post has been sponsored by Dannon® Oikos® Whole Milk Greek Yogurt. All thoughts and opinions are my own.
I was picking a few things up at my local Walmart and spotted Dannon® Oikos® Whole Milk Greek Yogurt in Banana Cream. I have a thing for banana splits and had to make a Banana Split Yogurt Bowl after seeing the yogurt. My family loves yogurt, so we always have it in the house. While I love banana splits, I don’t really eat them with ice cream. Instead, I eat them in fun ways like this yogurt breakfast bowl.
Dannon® Oikos® Whole Milk Greek Yogurt has the same great taste we all love, but now they have a new look; it definitely caught my eye. I like that it’s whole milk, as we don’t purchase anything besides whole milk products. I purchased some fresh strawberries, fresh bananas, frozen cherries, frozen pineapple, and mini chocolate chips. These yogurt bowls are easy to assemble and the whole family can get involved, just prep a bit more of the fruit and have extra yogurt ready.
I like using a small bowl or a low bowl for breakfast bowls. We are a huge fan of layering, so I’ll put vanilla on the bottom, then the banana cream on top. Sometimes I’ll even do cooked oatmeal on the bottom and banana cream on top, then the fruit and chocolate.
The banana cream yogurt has a full-on flavor, so you don’t need to flavor the oatmeal too much. It’s nice to indulge a little but at the same time, it’s healthier so you’re not overdoing it! It’s so rich and creamy, and you can even pop it into the freezer to chill it a little and make it a frozen yogurt treat.
Speaking of freezing, I love getting the Key Lime Pie, Orange Cream, or Lemon Meringue Pie just for the freezer—so good!
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How to make a banana split yogurt bowl
In a small bowl, add your oatmeal and then top with the Banana Cream yogurt.
Slice a smaller banana and add to the top of the yogurt. You can fan it out a little so it looks pretty.
After adding the banana, you can add the strawberries and pineapple.
Add a frozen cherry to the middle and sprinkle with mini chocolate chips.
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Make our Banana Split Yogurt Bowl for a quick and easy breakfast that you'll be excited to eat! This is an excellent vegetarian breakfast, filled with fresh fruit and protein.
- 1-2 Dannon® Oikos® Whole Milk Greek Yogurts in Banana Cream
- 1/2 cup oatmeal cooked, optional
- 1/2 banana or 1 small banana
- 1-2 strawberries
- 1 pineapple tidbit
- 1 cherry
- 1 teaspoon mini chocolate chips
In a small bowl, add the cooked oatmeal and then top with the Banana Cream yogurt.
- Slice a smaller banana and add to the top of the yogurt. You can fan it out a little so it looks pretty.
After adding the banana, you can add in the strawberries and pineapple.
Top with a frozen cherry and sprinkle with mini chocolate chips.
More ways to enjoy Banana Cream Yogurt Banana Oatmeal Breakfast Prep some quick cook oatmeal. Warm a sliced banana in a small skillet with cinnamon and a little maple syrup. Pour yogurt over some cooked oatmeal and spoon over the banana slices. Peanut Butter Banana Yogurt Dessert Drizzle natural peanut butter over yogurt. Add some chopped peanuts and sprinkle with cacao nibs or mini chocolate chips.