Raspberry Compote Yogurt Bowl

Raspberry Compote Yogurt Bowl - Satisfying, delicious, and wholesome. <3 | asimplepalate.com

Today on the blog is full of color…and yogurt. Because yogurt is the best and who doesn’t love a good healthy breakfast to start their day?!

I’m the type of person that has FAGE yogurt in their fridge 24/7 (side note: NOT plain yogurt). I have serious respect for people who eat straight up plain yogurt… But, am sorry to say I am not that person. Like, really.

My favorite yogurt is FAGE’s Split Cup yogurt with the fruit. I am all about adding flavor to my yogurt. So today I’ll share with you on how I was able to replicate that very same yogurt I know, love, and buy way too much of.

Raspberry Compote Yogurt Bowl - Satisfying, delicious, and wholesome. <3 | asimplepalate.com

Raspberry Compote Yogurt Bowl - Satisfying, delicious, and wholesome. <3 | asimplepalate.com

Major bonus points on this bowl? It’s super easy to throw together.

This recipe is DELICIOUS, satisfying, mirrors my favorite yogurt ever, is loaded with probiotics, fiber, antioxidants, and more! You can also use whatever fruit and nut toppings you have on hand. I hope you give it a try and love is just as much as I do!

Raspberry Compote Yogurt Bowl - Satisfying, delicious, and wholesome. <3 | asimplepalate.com

In other news, I know as of lately I’ve been throwing down some healthier recipes on the blog, but I am SO excited for what I have planned coming up in February (Valentines day & super bowl foods!). So stay tuned!

Raspberry Compote Yogurt Bowl - Satisfying, delicious, and wholesome.

Raspberry Compote Yogurt Bowl

Ingredients

  • 1 cup plain FAGE yogurt
  • banana sliced
  • strawberries
  • granola
  • chia seeds
  • almonds

Raspberry Compote:

  • 1 1/2 cups frozen raspberries
  • 2 Tbsp cane sugar or regular white sugar
  • 1 tsp lemon juice
  • 1/4 cup water
  • 1 tsp corn starch

Instructions

  1. Bring to a low boil 1/4 cup water and frozen raspberries. Once it reaches a boil turn down to a low simmer and add sugar, corn starch, lemon juice and stir. Let simmer on medium heat for 15 minutes, stirring occasionally, until raspberries have thickened. Let cool before serving with yogurt.
  2. Lay yogurt in bowl with fresh fruit, granola, seeds, nuts and drizzle compote over top. Enjoy!

Recipe Notes

Store leftover raspberry compote in a sealed jar or container in refrigerator for up to 1 week.

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