Yogurt bowls are full of protein, calcium, and probiotics and, let's be honest—they're way easier to make than smoothie bowls. Check out these mouthwatering flavor combos
Passion Fruit Yogurt Bowl
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This Instagram-worthy yogurt bowl is topped with overnight oats and fresh passion fruit, which is high in antioxidants, vitamin A, vitamin C, and potassium, which helps keep blood pressure down. The yogurt and overnight oats combo helps to keep you full all morning long.
Banana Chai Yogurt Bowl
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If Starbucks served yogurt bowls, they would probably taste something like this. Topped with banana, chocolate chunks, coconut chips, and chai-infused sugar, this protein-packed bowl is a guilt-free sweet treat that you can enjoy first thing in the morning.
Chia Peanut Butter Yogurt Bowl
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This is the ultimate protein-packed breakfast thanks to a yogurt base and a healthy does of peanut butter, but we can't get enough of the toppings. Toffee crunch, pumpkin seeds, and chia seeds help to give the breakfast bowl some delicious crunch, while blueberries and bananas add some fiber and potassium to your diet.
Mixed Berry Yogurt Bowl
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Cereal plays a big part in making this fruity mixed-berry yogurt bowl so delicious. The crunchy clusters gives the bowl some texture while bananas, raspberries, and blueberries bring on the antioxidants, fiber, and vitamin C.
Blueberry Granola Yogurt Bowl
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This blueberry granola yogurt bowl fills all of your morning needs by providing protein and essential vitamins from the yogurt and blueberries, while also keeping you satiated with healthy grains like granola, flax, and chia seeds.
Kiwi Blackberry Yogurt Bowl
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Sure, bananas and berries are obvious choices for yogurt toppings, but the same thing every day can get boring. Switch things up by topping a bowl of Greek yogurt with kiwi slices and blackberries. You'll enjoy the added benefits of vitamins A, C, K, E, and B—and the tartness of these fruits blends with the creaminess of the yogurt in such a delicious way.
Roasted Rhubarb Yogurt Bowl
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No one ever said that yogurt bowls couldn't be a bit savory. This unique yogurt bowl is topped with familiar ingredients like berries, bananas, and peanut butter, but roasted rhubarb is what puts this combo above the rest.
Berry Vanilla Protein Yogurt Bowl
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There are plenty of healthy toppings you can put on your yogurt bowl to give it some extra nutritional power, but what about adding something extra in the yogurt base? This version adds protein powder to flavored yogurt for a bowl with double the protein.
Half Pineapple Yogurt Bowl
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Looking for even more healthy hacks to upgrade your breakfast? This yogurt bowl ditches the bowl for a pineapple half instead, so once you're finished with the yogurt and toppings you can get some extra vitamin C and fiber by eating the bowl.
Apple Honey Yogurt Bowl
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This apple honey yogurt bowl is an extra sweet choice thanks in part to a drizzle of honey on top. Not only does the sweetener add some extra flavor to a bowl plain vanilla yogurt, sliced bananas, apple, and oats, but it has just the right amount of natural sugar to perk up those sleepy eyes in the morning.