Yoghurt Cup
Prep: 5 mins
Cook: 0 mins
Serves: 4
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Don't forget your spoon for this grab-and-go breakfast!
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Ingredients

  • 4 cups reduced-fat plain yoghurt
  • 2 cups fresh or canned fruit
  • 1 cup untoasted muesli or unsweetened breakfast cereal

Method

  1. Line up 4 glasses
  2. Spoon yoghurt, fruit and muesli into each glass in layers until all ingredients are used up.

Comment: This can be prepared at night in a plastic container for a quick breakfast.

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Nutrition Information

per serving per 100g
Energy 1555 kJ 442 kJ
Protein 16.3 g 4.6 g
Fat, total 4.8 g 1.4 g
— saturated 2 g 0.6 g
Carbohydrate 62.5 g 17.8 g
— sugars 51.8 g 14.7 g
Sodium 185 mg 52.7 mg
Fibre 4.2 g 1.2 g

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Comments (5)

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    Using frozen berries, I take it to work for morning tea. Berries are low GI, I use only a sprinkle of dietetic muesli on top.
    Clair Gough-Stone
    Posted on: 05 Jun 19

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    I like to use plain low fat Greek yoghurt, frozen berries and granola. Once you've layered the glass, you can just use your spoon to mix the berries in with the yoghurt. So easy to prep the night before if you're in a rush in the morning, sometimes the granola goes a bit soggy when left overnight. A very yummy and filling brekkie!
    Hannah J
    Posted on: 29 May 16

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    Yum! I can't wait to make this for my son. I will probably blend some of the fruit into the yoghurt to make it more flavoursome.
    Ros Byrne
    Posted on: 25 Nov 14

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    Hi Cherie, All the sugar in this recipe comes from the fruit and dairy. There's a serve of each in every portion. These recipes aren't all suitable for people with type 2 diabetes though, which is one of the reasons we include nutrition information if possible. Thanks for your comments, and have a lovely day -AF
    LiveLighter
    Posted on: 29 Aug 14

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    Ridiculous 51grms sugar per serve!!! that's 10 tspoons!!!! Carbs 62 that's 3 to 4 times what a diabetic can have per meal!!! What are you doing here?
    Cherie Hobday
    Posted on: 29 Aug 14

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