This delicious protein yogurt berry bowl is made with protein powder, nonfat plain Greek yogurt, and some zero calorie coconut syrup to make it smooth. Top with berries, nuts, and coconut for the perfect afternoon dessert.Jump to Recipe
The calories and macros for this protein yogurt bowl are 337 calories, 44 grams of protein, and 29 grams of carbs.
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Why you should make this protein yogurt berry bowl
Greek yogurt is the easiest way in my mind to reach your protein goals for the day. There’s no cooking required. No prepping. No fuss. Although I have my first jars of homemade Greek yogurt cooking in my dehydrator right now! I’m excited to see if it turns out.
But normally, if you aren’t making your own yogurt, you can have it any time of the day. Greek yogurt is a great source of protein for an afternoon snack, dessert, or even for breakfast.
With 2/3 cup non fat plain Greek yogurt, you will get 17 grams of protein, and only 100 calories. BUT, with this yogurt bowl, I took it up to another level by adding 1/2 scoop protein powder (to see my favorite protein powders, check out my taste test here). Starting out experimenting with protein powder, half a scoop or even less is always a good idea!
I usually choose to use vanilla protein powder because I can use some zero calorie flavored syrups and make it any flavor I want. So, for this vanilla berry bowl, I decided on no sugar coconut syrup. I have both Torani brand and Skinny Mixes brand. They are both great! (my skinny mixes code is healthbeet for a discount)
With the protein, syrup, and a little fruit on top, you have a tasty protein yogurt berry bowl!!
Protein Yogurt Berry Bowl
- 2/3 cup Nonfat Plain Greek Yogurt
- 1 scoop vanilla protein powder
- 1 ounce sugar free coconut syrup
- 3 small strawberries sliced
- 10 small blueberries
- 1 teaspoon coconut
- 1 small walnut chopped
- Mix yogurt and protein powder in a bowl. Thin out with sugar free coconut syrup, until smooth.
- Top with berries, nuts, seeds, granola, etc.
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