Winter Greek Yogurt Bowl

Keep  healthy  eating  simple; this  Greek Yogurt Bowl  has only 4 ingredients  and makes a great breakfast, lunch or recovery snack.
It  takes  time and effort to be the healthiest version of yourself. But I hope to make  it a bit  easier for you this year. Remember, the prize could be shaving years off of your age, because there is a strong relationship between lifestyle and biological age.

Today I have a delicious recipe  for a recovery snack.. I call it Winter Greek Yogurt Bowl because I’m using seasonal citrus, frozen wildblueberries and a teaspoon of maple syrup.  After 40 minutes of resistance training, this recovery snack   provides the  protein necessary for muscle protein synthesis ( 23 grams of protein). Not only is it  high in protein, it’s also great source of fiber (8 grams per serving ), and  provides  60% of the daily value for vitamin C and 30% of the daily value for calcium (based on a 2000 calorie diet).

This winter, don’t hibernate from a healthy lifestyle and remember,  small changes made consistently will ultimately lead to more positive days and less frustration than  multiple changes made all at once.

Winter Greek Yogurt Bowl

by Diane Boyd

Ingredients (makes one serving)

  • 1 cup frozen Wild blueberries
  • 1 cup plain non-fat Greek yogurt
  • 1 teaspoon maple syrup
  • 1 fresh mandarin orange


1. Remove 1 cup frozen Wild blueberries from freezer and place in a small bowl to defrost for about 30 minutes (or use defrost setting on microwave oven for several minutes until thawed.)

2. Scoop Greek yogurt into a cereal bowl.

3. Dizzle with maple syrup.

4. Top with thawed Wild blueberries and sectioned mandarin orange.

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