This is how you turn your cup of yogurt into a great breakfast that will keep you full for a long time

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Many people refer to it as their standard breakfast: a simple cup of yogurt. But how do you ensure that this breakfast also fills you until the afternoon and that you will actually enjoy it? We give our best tips.

Choose the right yogurt

You probably knew that there is quite a difference between types of yogurt. And although everyone just has to choose their favorite, we still argue for a copy with a slightly higher fat percentage.

This keeps you satiated for much longer, so you avoid reaching for fast sugars before lunch. A full-fat Greek yogurt is always delicious, but the coconut yogurt from Abbot Kinney’s or the Mild & creamy line from Alpro are also great. And did you know that you can also easily make your own cashew yogurt ? Yes really!

cashew yogurt recipe

Make your yogurt exciting

Once you have chosen a good base, the fun can really begin. After all, you can make a cup of yogurt as exciting as you want!

add crunch

Admittedly: yogurt really only becomes really tasty in the company of a portion of homemade, crunchy grains. Granola is the best option in our opinion. Our favorite options are this tahini and cardamom granola , or this gingerbread and white chocolate granola .

Don’t have homemade granola at home? You can also throw in some pantry ingredients for the necessary crunch. Think of almond sticks, coconut chips, pecan nuts, pumpkin seeds or pistachios.

Granola with tahini and cardamom

add color

Adding color to your cup of yogurt not only creates Instagram-worthy looks, you also add a lot of healthy substances and taste variation. Fruit is of course the most obvious option for this.

Our best advice is: vary as much as possible and don’t limit yourself to a few pieces of banana or apple. Also think of figs, pomegranate seeds, pear, mango, pineapple, melon or berries. The more different colors you add to your bowl, the better. Of course it is wise to take the season into account here, although frozen fruit is a good solution for enjoying summer fruit in winter as well.

Add something sweet

Whether you choose a squeeze of honey, maple syrup, agave syrup or something else: adding a little sweetness to your yogurt bowl is always a good idea.

Also tasty: scoop a spoonful of your favorite jam into your bowl and stir it through the yogurt. And do you have some compote left? It also goes very well with yogurt! And can it be a little extra? Nobody likes a bit of chocolate chips or a bit of crumbled cookies.

Add nut butter

Oh, how happy we are with a spoonful of almond butter with our yogurt. Or pistachio paste. Or your favorite peanut butter, for example the ‘Koffie Zeezout’ from De Pindakaaswinkel . Such a nut butter provides a creamy element and goes well with crunchy granola and fresh fruit.

Also think about spices

Have you ever built a colorful yogurt bowl with lots of flavors, colors and textures? Take one last look in your kitchen cupboard and see if you can add any spices.

For example, ground cinnamon is always tasty, but also consider cardamom or ginger powder. And is there maple syrup on your bowl? Add a very small amount of sea salt, which provides a nice counterbalance.

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