High Protein Pomegranate and Clementine Yogurt Bowl
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Yogurt, clementine and pomegranate

High Protein Pomegranate and Clementine Yogurt Bowl

Working hard to eat a high protein breakfast? Me, too. This pomegranate and clementine yogurt bowl comes in at a whopping 20 grams of protein-not to mention tons of flavor. And, it’s GORGEOUS.

 

Fruit and Greek YOgurt bowl

After 5 plus years of eating virtually the same exact thing for breakfast, I think I’ve found a new love.

I’d been thinking 2017 was the year to ramp up my breakfast game. (yes, seriously)  While my favorite breakfast was easy, nutritious and consisted of ingredients that were always on hand, I was getting bored. The minute your food bores you, it’s time to make a change.

My inspiration comes from this gorgeous photo by fellow blogger Diane Boyd over at Cape Fear Nutrition. Diane’s recipe for Winter Greek Yogurt Bowl got me excited—and far from bored. Why? We eat with our eyes first and these vibrant colors stopped me dead in my Facebook scrolling tracks.  What else?  (mostly) On-hand ingredients.  Full of nutrition.  20 plus grams of protein. And finally,  only one bowl and one spoon to wash.

This version consists of fruits that were on hand at the very second I was ready for breakfast. Leftover pomegranate seeds from kiddos breakfast, chilled clementines (I like my citrus cold) and just enough yogurt to make a cup after I scraped the sides down of the container. Sound like a typical morning at your house?

Yogurt, clementine and pomegranate

Pomegranate and Clementine Yogurt Bowl

1 cup 2% Greek Yogurt

1-2 T pomegranate seeds or arils

2 clementines, peeled

2 t honey

Layer ingredients in a bowl. Enjoy!

13 Comments
  • Laura
    Posted at 09:59h, 19 January Reply

    Looks like the perfect breakfast’

  • marisa
    Posted at 06:14h, 20 January Reply

    This photo is so beautiful, Robin! I’d be all in for it too.

    PS Missed you in Vienna! Hope you’re better 🙂

  • Sara @ sarahaasrdn.com
    Posted at 13:58h, 20 January Reply

    Yum, this looks like a delicious snack! That color is just so beautiful!!! Lovely Robin!

    • Robin
      Posted at 20:21h, 22 January Reply

      Thank you, Sara! The color gets me every time!

  • Elizabeth Shaw
    Posted at 14:14h, 20 January Reply

    Um I hear you! I just introduced smoothies (on day 2 today) and am starting to love how energized I feel. I think it may be placebo, so I’m not shouting it from the roof yet lol! But, this bowl, this bowl looks puretty and delicious! It may just be my new snack!

    • Robin
      Posted at 20:21h, 22 January Reply

      Girl–you know it! LMK if you start eating it!

  • Karman @ TheNutritionAdventure.com
    Posted at 17:33h, 21 January Reply

    This looks SO good! What a great way to start the day 🙂

    • Robin
      Posted at 20:20h, 22 January Reply

      Thank you, Karman! 🙂

  • Bailey
    Posted at 06:20h, 24 January Reply

    Yum!!!! Definitely need to give this a try. Just spend some time looking around your site.. it’s beautiful!!!

  • Jessica @ Nutritioulicious
    Posted at 19:57h, 24 January Reply

    What a bright and colorful way to start the day! Been eating my fair share of clementines and poms this winter!!

  • Lauren Harris-Pincus
    Posted at 10:13h, 25 January Reply

    My favorite flavor combo and I am a huge yogurt bowl fan!

  • EA The Spicy RD
    Posted at 22:53h, 26 January Reply

    Such a pretty breakfast bowl! My daughter and I have been gobbling up Satsuma tangerines from my parents tree, the past couple of weeks~they would be perfect with this yogurt bowl too!

  • Serena
    Posted at 13:05h, 06 February Reply

    SO gorgeous. Just shared on the ReDux FB page! (:

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