One of the most rewarding parts of blogging is the chance to collaborate with a brand you genuinely love. So when noosa yoghurt reached out about sharing a recipe using one of their delicious flavors, I jumped at the opportunity. If you aren’t familiar with noosa, you’re in for a treat (quite literally). I have yet to try a flavor I don’t like, but the coconut is undoubtedly my favorite. I’d been wanting to try my hand at making my own breakfast bowls and knew that noosa’s creamy texture would serve as a delicious base for the rest of the toppings. And, with all the ripe fruit available at the farmers’ markets this time of year, I had no excuse not to finally make one. My first attempt was so delicious that I invited a couple of girlfriends over the following morning and set up a station with the remaining toppings and some additional noosa flavors to choose from. The DIY element was a fun alternative to our usual wine nights, and left all of us inspired to step up our breakfast game on a more regular basis. I’ve been eating these bowls for breakfast all week, but they would make for a delicious (and healthy) dessert as well!
8 oz noosa yogurt (I used coconut, but any flavor would be delicious)
Granola (I used this recipe)
Assorted fruit (I used nectarines, raspberries, blackberries and figs)
Nuts (I used pistachios and sliced almonds)
Dried fruit (optional – I used goji berries)
*Special thanks to noosa yoghurt for collaborating on this post.