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Oats with Fruit and Yogurt

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Great breakfast with plenty of complex carbohydrates to get you through the morning.

Oats are the best things ever in the morning. The complex carbohydrates keep you feeling full and hold off hunger until lunch.

Breakfast Oats with Fruit and Yogurt Ingredients

This is a quick and healthy breakfast bowl that even your mother would approve. Using fresh plain oats is the perfect alternative to the boxed oats found in store-bought “muesli”. The store pre boxed ones are usually, if not always filled with sugar, then soaked in sugar and finally covered in corn syrup. It’s probably not the best stuff to have in the morning.

You can get the plain oats in the bulk section of the grocery store, so scoop up a bag of this delicious stuff. Make sure it’s plain, no sugar added.

Breakfast Oats with Fruit and Yogurt Oats in Bowl

Once you have your oats in the bowl, add-in fresh fruit of the season, nice and sliced. Then pour in some non-fat plain yogurt to give the bowl a tangy flavor to compliment the sweetness of the fresh fruit.

Fresh fruit being cut for Breakfast Oats with Fruit and Yogurt

Lastly cover with non-fat milk to soften up the oats a bit, and allow them to absorb some of the fresh fruit juices to sweeten them up.

Breakfast Oats with Fruit and Yogurt Ready to Serve

Try this recipe out for a new breakfast routine. Below is the recipe, instruction and a video showing it being made so you can follow along. If you make this recipe. let me know how it turned out. Thanks, Delicious Eric.

Close up of Breakfast oats with fruit and yogurt.

Oats with Fruit and Yogurt

  • Author: Delicious Eric
  • Prep Time: 5 minutes
  • Total Time: 5 minutes
  • Yield: 1 serving
  • Category: Breakfast
  • Method: Mixing
  • Cuisine: Healthy


A quick healthy breakfast with complex carbohydrates to get you through the morning.


Breakfast Oats with Fruit and Yogurt

  • 5 ounces dry oats
  • 1 orange
  • 3 strawberries
  • 5 ounces non-fat plain yogurt
  • 3 ounces non-fat milk


  1. Place oats in bowl.
  2. Slice fruit and place on top.
  3. Add-in yogurt.
  4. Finish by adding the milk and serve.


Wait to put the milk on until you are ready to serve so the oats do not become too soft.

Keywords: oats, yogurt, strawberries, orange, milk, recipe, breakfast, quick to make, healthy

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