Breakfast fruit salad with yoghurt, honey, golden raisins and fruit is a side dish we enjoyed while serving as aide workers/missionaries in the middle east. This light and refreshing fruit salad can even be prepped ahead for a grab and go breakfast in the morning. You may enjoy adding some homemade granola to this breakfast fruit salad to make it even more filling.
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Breakfast fruit salad (with yoghurt)
- Mixing bowl (linked below)
- Large spoon (linked below)
- Serving dish (linked below)
- 1 cup plain yoghurt
- 1 tablespoon maple syrup
- 2 tablespoons honey
- 1/4 teaspoon cinnamon
- 1 navel orange
- 1 apple (of your choice)
- 1 banana
- 1/4 cup nuts of your choice such as walnuts, pecans, almonds etc.
- 1/2 cup golden or plain raisins
- Peel and chop the orange and apple into chunks and then peel and slice the banana. Place fruit, nuts and raisins in a medium sized bowl.
- Mix yoghurt, maple syrup, honey and cinnamon in a separate bowl. Pour yoghurt mixture over fruit, nuts, and raisins, then gently mix all together until fruit and nuts are well coated. Keep refrigerated for up to 24 hours or serve immediately. Enjoy!
Equipment needed for this breakfast fruit salad with yoghurt:
- Mixing bowls I prefer stainless steel mixing bowls, because they have been sturdy and reliable for my personal use.
- Large spoon A large spoon is needed to gently combine the fruit and nuts with the yoghurt combination.
- Serving dish A pretty serving dish makes every dish taste better (in theory)!
Tip: This easy breakfast fruit salad can be made the night before and refrigerated overnight to grab and eat on a busy morning. Also pairs well with Toast and eggs!
You may also enjoy this breakfast fruit salad as a side to:
- Homemade buttermilk pancakes
- Apple cinnamon waffles
- Crust-less cheesy bacon quiche
- Ham and potato breakfast hash
- Apple cinnamon baked oatmeal
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I discovered this fruit salad while overseas and we had an abundance of fruit and plain yoghurt!
My Mom recently gave me a helpful tip for cooking with little ones: If they are hungry and simply can’t wait for meal time, give them fruit or veggies as a snack. It helps you to have a little peace while cooking, and they get a good dose of vitamins and fiber in that they might otherwise refuse at meal time.