Vegetarian Ginger Granola Breakfast with Yogurt

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Here's a perfect breakfast for people who love fruit, yogurt, and granola! The granola is even homemade!


If you’re getting bored with your everyday breakfast and looking to try something new here’s a treat that’s quick and easy to make, but doesn’t compromise taste. This breakfast is so delicious that I sometimes eat it for dessert! It’s jam-packed with healthy nutrients as well as “good” bacteria from the yogurt. And good bacteria is something anyone who’s had to take antibiotics could benefit from.

Feel free to sprinkle hemp seeds on top to boost the protein content and add some toast on the side to make it an even more fulfilling and energy packed breakfast to start your day.


Ginger Granola Breakfast with Yogurt


  • ½ cup Ginger Molasses Granola
  • 1 cup vanilla yogurt (my favorite is Whole Soy & Co.)
  • ½ to ¾ cup vanilla soy milk
  • 1 teaspoon maple syrup or honey (or to taste)
  • ¼ cup walnuts or almonds, sliced
  • 1 cup fruit of choice


Mix yogurt and soy milk together with sweetener to taste.

Mix granola and nuts together.

Layer in the yogurt mixture followed by berries then the granola and nuts. Repeat until you reach the top or run out of ingredients. Serve immediately.

Or if you're in a hurry, just mix all the ingredients together and drizzle with sweetener.

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  • I know this is probably a silly question but I'm actually confused by your recipe's directions:

    "Add yogurt to bowl then add remaining ingredients."

    Are you saying to mix the vanilla soy milk and agave nectar with the yogurt in that bowl, and then layer the yogurt-milk-agave mixture with the granola, berries and nuts as a parfait? As in: layer #1 is the mixture of yogurt/milk/agave, layer #2 is granola, layer #3 is berries, and layer #4 is nuts, and then you repeat all four layers?

    Or are you saying to layer *all* the ingredients (not mixing anything together), starting with yogurt in the bowl? As in: layer #1 is yogurt, layer #2 is granola, layer #3 is soy milk, layer #4 is agave/maple syrup, layer #5 is almonds, layer #6 is berries, and then you repeat all those layers?

    It just seems strange for milk or agave to be a layer, so I got confused about whether or not you're saying those 2 ingredients need to be mixed with the yogurt to create a yogurt/milk/agave mixture that becomes 1 layer, or if you're saying each of those ingredients is its own layer within the parfait.

    Maybe you could reword the directions part of the recipe to clarify? Thanks!