5 Healthy Yogurt Bowl Recipes

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This post is sponsored by FAGE; however, all thoughts and opinions are my own.

5 Healthy Yogurt Bowl Recipes

Raise your hand if you have health goals you want to reach this year. Me too! One of my biggest goals is making nutritious meals for myself for every part of the day – including breakfast and snacks! It’s easy to reach for the sweets midday, but that isn’t in line with my goals. So thanks to FAGE, I am sharing five healthy yogurt bowl recipes that will help us stick to our resolutions all year!

Savory Bowl (Keto friendly)

FAGE keto savory yogurt bowl recipe with avocado lemon garlic dill

Our family loves FAGE’s all-natural Greek yogurt. It’s full of protein and pairs perfectly with all of our favorite toppings. One thing we do most with it is make a savory dip for our veggies. However, you can turn it into a healthy bowl with a few similar toppings!

-FAGE Total 2% Plain Greek Yogurt
-lemon juice and zest
-garlic powder
-dried dill
-diced avocado
-almond slivers

You can eat it with a spoon, or scoop it up with some crunchy veggies like carrots or cucumbers! This makes a perfect option for keto, as FAGE has no added sugar (only naturally occurring milk sugar).

Granola Berry Bowl

FAGE granola berry bowl with strawberries and blueberries

This bowl is perfect for a quick and healthy breakfast. Berries add natural sweetness and a healthy dose of fiber to this protein-rich meal.

-FAGE Total 2% Plain Greek Yogurt

Fage yogurt bowl pin

Not a Dessert Bowl

FAGE 2% yogurt with almond butter banana unsweetened coconut

Ok ok, this might not be an actual dessert because it’s full of healthy ingredients, but it certainly could double as one – with no guilt!

-FAGE Total 2% Plain Greek Yogurt
-sliced bananas (try them fresh or frozen)
-shredded unsweetened coconut
-almond butter (warm in microwave for an easier drizzle)

Want to kick this one up a notch? Add in some cocoa granola or a drizzle of honey!

Kiwi Crunch Bowl

FAGE 2% yogurt bowl with kiwi granola and pumpkin seeds

The distinctive rich, creamy, and delicious taste of the FAGE yogurt is a perfect pair with the crunchy granola and seeds in this bowl. Great for an afternoon snack when you just want to chomp on something!

-FAGE Total 2% Plain Greek Yogurt
-sliced kiwi
-roasted pumpkin seeds

Rainbow Bowl

FAGE 2% yogurt bowl with strawberries pineapple kiwi and blueberries

Finally, Aren’s favorite yogurt bowl recipe – the rainbow bowl. I almost couldn’t make this bowl fast enough! She kept stealing my berries.

-FAGE Total 2% Plain Greek Yogurt
-crushed pineapple

Toddler eating FAGE 2% yogurt bowl with strawberries pineapple kiwi and blueberries

I love that Aren enjoys FAGE Total 2% Plain Greek Yogurt. I can give it to her without worry, knowing that it is Non-GMO Project Verified and is made with milk from cows that have been fed non-GMO feed. We are very conscious about what we eat, and the non-GMO label is something I look for!

I plan to stick with FAGE so I can keep up with my resolutions this year! Which yogurt bowl recipe are you trying first?

Visit FAGE’s website for more delicious recipes, and check out my family friendly meal plans for new ideas!

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