Fruit and Greek Yogurt Breakfast


Yesterday, I finally took the time to deseed my HUGE pomegranate from The Fresh Market.  This unique fruit is now back in season and available in the supermarkets again- YAY!  Pomegranates and grapefruit are the two fruits that I really look forward to buying when this season hits.  Even though pomegranates aren’t exactly the best fruit for instant satisfaction because of their tough deseeding process, they’re worth getting for their delicious and super healthy seeds.  In addition to being yummy and healthy, the seeds are also really versatile.  They can be frozen and added to smoothies or used fresh in salads, desserts, and various breakfast dishes.  Today I’ve decided to share with you my favorite greek yogurt meal that can be boosted by adding pom seeds for a filling and healthy breakfast.  Check out my easy recipe below for this yummy fruit-filled greek yogurt breakfast!


  • any brand of plain 0% greek yogurt (my favs are Chobani, Fage, and Voskos)
  • ½ banana
  • ¼ cup pom seeds
  • handful of blueberries or any other fruit (ex: strawberries or pineapple)
  • handful of granola
  • agave sweetener





Simply cut up your fruit and add all of the ingredients into a bowl. Top it off with a drizzle of agave syrup and eat up!



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