Yogurt Bowl with ‘the lot’

Just a quick post for today but this breakfast/snack/dessert meal (whatever excuse you’ve got up your sleeve to eat it really) is definitely worth the effort!IMG_2307

I may or may not have died and gone to heaven….

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Excuse me please as I relish in the delightfulness of this creation….

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This is possibly the closest thing to perfection you’re gonna get, well, in my eyes anyway! It isn’t just any yogurt bowl, it is THE BEST (no doubt) thing I have ever eaten in my lifetime.

No words will ever live up to how good this is. Okay sorry, I’m starting to ramble on a bit now. I should really get to the point….haha

It may be simple but I have managed to find a way to incorporate the top 6 (or at least top 10) of my favourite foods into one. I no longer have to stand in the cupboard eating spoonfuls of peanut butter after breakfast or dessert because now I can incorporate it into my meals! As I mentioned in the ‘About’ section of my blog I am a self-confessed peanut butter and muesli addict so this is pretty much my idea of perfection, but here me out guys!

So this is possibly the easiest recipe I will ever put on this blog, heck, it doesn’t really need a recipe, all I did was chuck a few things into a bowl and, whalla! But for the sake of those of you who aren’t visual learners I’m hoping you’re a linguistic learner (you learn by reading) as I’ve kindly provided you with a very basic recipe. I apologise in advance if the quantities aren’t correct because I didn’t really measure anything, as I said before, I just chucked a few things in a bowl (a pretty one at that), and Bob’s your uncle!!IMG_2302

Recipe

Yogurt and Muesli bowl with ‘the lot’

Serves 1

Ingredients

  • 3/4 cup yogurt (Greek Style or vanilla/plain)
  • A handful of toasted muesli
  • 1 banana
  • 1 massive tablespoon of peanut butter
  • A few squares of dark chocolate*
  • Toasted coconut chips, to garnish

Method:

  1. Chop the banana and chocolate.
  2. Place everything in a bowl and garnish with coconut chips. That’s all!

Notes:

Remember to use natural peanut butter. It would be even better melted…aahhhhh!

*I used 2 very large squares of Lindt Caramel dark chocolate and it is amazing

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Mmmmm just look at that peanut butter!

I used my own homemade muesli for this but I would recommend just using your favourite muesli brand if you don’t have the time to make your own.

This was the perfect way to satisfy my chocolate cravings as I have been feeling very chocolatey lately. I would recommend it to everyone who feels in need of a little love. No matter what time of the day it is a great way to indulge yourself, whilst also getting some added nutritional benefits at the same time.IMG_2303

By the way, I am heading off to the Australian Junior Athletics Championships (a.k.a Nationals) on Monday and wont be back for a week so I am unsure whether I will have any wifi to post anything. So look forward to a big post when I get back because I am super excited to visit all the trendy cafes in Sydney and blog about them, as well as compete, of course.

Tanisha xx

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