Berry & Mango Granola Breakfast Bowl

Somi Igbene PhD ANutrFebruary 12, 2019

Easily get two of your five-a-day with this low-sugar berry and mango granola breakfast bowl. Don’t let the ‘low-sugar’ tag put you off; it is super delicious!

I’m not a huge breakfast fan, but mention granola and you have my attention. I try to avoid eating granola too often because I love it way too much. I mean, I tend to eat the whole box in one sitting, which is um, not so great to say the least. I finally found a new plant-based granola range from Kelloggs that I can enjoy without going overboard – more on this in my upcoming post.

My favourite way to eat granola is with yoghurt and fruit, usually berries. I find that adding fruit to your breakfast bowls is a simple way to incorporate more plants into your diet, especially if you’re trying to make your diet more plant-centric. Try to choose different colours of fruits when building your breakfast bowls. Colour equals more phytonutrients {think stronger immunity and less inflammation}, a greater diversity of bacteria for your gut and of course a beautiful meal to feast your eyes on.

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Berry & Mango Granola Breakfast Bowl

  • Author: Somi Igbene
  • Prep Time: 5 mins
  • Total Time: 5 minutes
  • Yield: Serves 1
  • Category: Breakfast


This Berry & Mango Granola bowl is perfect for breakfast or a snack.


  • ½ a medium mango, cut into medium cubes
  • 45g granola
  • 150g unsweetened soy yoghurt (or any other yoghurt of your choice)
  • 80g blueberries
  • 1 teaspoon pumpkin seeds
  • 2 mint leaves, finely chopped (optional)
  • ½ teaspoon desiccated coconut (optional)


  • Spoon yoghurt into a medium sized bowl. Layer mango, granola, blueberries and pumpkin seeds on top. Sprinkle the mint leaves and desiccated coconut over the fruit. Enjoy

Keywords: Granola, Mango, Berries


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