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This peanut butter greek yogurt bowl is one the EASIEST healthy breakfast, snack, or dip ideas! It’s packed with quality protein and heart-healthy fats to keep you feeling full and satisfied. Feel free to add toppings as desired!

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Looking for something quick, nutritious, and filling to make for a healthy breakfast or snack? This peanut butter yogurt bowl is for you 🙂

This has been one of my go-to easy recipes for YEARS (it was a lifesaver for evening grad school classes)! All you need are a few minutes to make it, 4 main ingredients, and any toppings of your choice.

As a dietitian, I’m happy to share that it comes together in minutes and packs in plenty of protein, healthy fats, and other nutrition benefits. I’d love to know if you make it!!

Want more easy snack recipes? Check out my roundup of 30+ easy, healthy meal prep snacks for more ideas!

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Ingredients Needed

All you need are 4 simple ingredients to make the base of this peanut butter yogurt bowl!

  • creamy or crunchy peanut butter, unsweetened
  • plain greek yogurt
  • cinnamon
  • honey

Full ingredient measurements and detailed instructions are located in the recipe card at the bottom of this post! Topping ideas are included below.

Recipe Modifications

Here are some ways you can modify this recipe to meet your needs:

  1. While I typically use plain Greek yogurt here, feel free to use a different type of yogurt. Icelandic-style Skyr is a similar, high-protein option. Regular yogurt has only about half the protein, but it’s a fine option too!
  2. I typically recommend using a plain or non-flavoured yogurt, you could also go for vanilla (and then just skip the added honey or maple syrup!)
  3. Feel free to use a creamy OR crunchy peanut butter, depending on your preferred texture 🙂
  4. Instead of peanut butter, you can also do this with almond butter.
  5. Instead of honey, you could also use maple syrup as a sweetener (or none at all).

Topping Or Serving Ideas

Feel free to enjoy the greek yogurt and peanut butter on its own, or get creative with these different topping ideas:

  • banana slices
  • apple slices (either cut into small chunks and top the bowl, or cut into larger slices + dip them in!)
  • berries, like blueberries, raspberries, or strawberries (fresh, frozen, or heated up!)
  • chia jam
  • granola
  • chocolate chips
  • raisins
Overhead photo of a bowl of greek yogurt, peanut butter, cinnamon, and honey stirred together.

Nutrition Benefits Of Peanut Butter Yogurt Bowl

What I love about this recipe is that it’s packed with quality protein and healthy fats. Protein and fats digest slower than carbohydrates, and they also help to prevent any spikes and crashes in blood sugar.

This combination of nutrients makes it super filling and satisfying – exactly what we want from a breakfast or snack!

Plain greek yogurt is an excellent source of:

  • high-quality, complete protein (a 3/4-cup serving has 16 grams)
  • micronutrients like:
    • calcium
    • potassium
    • vitamin A
    • vitamin B12
  • gut-friendly probiotic bacteria

Peanut butter is an awesome source of:

  • heart-healthy, monounsaturated fats
  • plant-based protein (8g per 2 Tbsp serving)
  • dietary fiber (2g per 2 Tbsp serving)
  • micronutrients like:
    • magnesium
    • vitamin B6
    • iron
    • phosphorus
    • niacin

Are you a Greek yogurt fan? If you want to learn more about Greek yogurt, it’s nutrition facts, health benefits, culinary uses, and more – be sure to check out my in-depth Greek Yogurt 101 Post!

Storage & To-Go Option

While this is a great recipe to quickly whip up at home, it’s also a great option for packing with you as a healthy snack!

Simply add all the ingredients to a small airtight container with a lid. Be sure to store it in the fridge or eat it as soon as possible (yogurt shouldn’t be left at room temperature for more than 2 hours).

TIP: This is also a great snack to put together on the go! When I lived in NYC, I often purchased a small yogurt container, a package of peanut butter (one of those squeezable ones), and a banana at my favourite bodega and threw this together before my evening grad school classes. Many grocery stores, corner stores, or even gas stations will carry these ingredients!

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More Healthy Snack Ideas

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This peanut butter greek yogurt bowl is one the EASIEST healthy breakfast, snack, or dip ideas! It's packed with quality protein and heart-healthy fats to keep you feeling full and satisfied. Feel free to add toppings as desired!
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Ingredients

Instructions

  • In a small bowl, add Greek yogurt, peanut butter, honey, and cinnamon. Stir everything together until well-combined and fluffy!
  • Enjoy as is, or add toppings as desired.

Notes

TOPPING IDEAS: Feel free to enjoy the greek yogurt and peanut butter on its own, or get creative with these different topping ideas:
  • banana slices
  • apple slices (either cut into small chunks and top the bowl, or cut into larger slices + dip them in!)
  • berries, like blueberries, raspberries, or strawberries (fresh, frozen, or heated up!)
  • chia jam
  • granola
  • chocolate chips
  • raisins
 
RECIPE MODIFICATIONS:
  • While I typically use plain Greek yogurt here, feel free to use a different type of yogurt. Icelandic-style Skyr is a similar, high-protein option. Regular yogurt has only about half the protein, but it’s a fine option too!
  • I typically recommend using a plain or non-flavoured yogurt, you could also go for vanilla (and then just skip the added honey or maple syrup!)
  • Feel free to use a creamy OR crunchy peanut butter, depending on your preferred texture 🙂
  • Instead of peanut butter, you can also do this with almond butter.
  • Instead of honey, you could also use maple syrup as a sweetener (or none at all).
 
TO-GO OPTION: While this is a great recipe to quickly whip up at home, it’s also a great option for packing with you as a healthy snack! Simply add all the ingredients to a small airtight container with a lid. Be sure to store it in the fridge or eat it as soon as possible (yogurt shouldn’t be left at room temperature for more than 2 hours).

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