Yogurt Granola Cup

This yogurt granola cup is made from homemade granola and Greek yogurt with a hint of honey, cinnamon and vanilla. It’s healthy, low in sugar and delicious!

Yogurt Granola Cup
Yogurt Granola Cup

Yogurt Granola Cup


½ cup plain Greek yogurt

1 tsp honey

⅛ tsp vanilla

Dash cinnamon

¼ cup fruit nut granola


In a small bowl, mix yogurt, honey, vanilla and cinnamon. Stir in granola just before serving.

1 serving, 280 calories



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10 Replies to “Yogurt Granola Cup”

  1. This Yogurt Granola Cup is another great idea, it can be served as a dessert or as a breakfast.
    Otherwise, I would have used a different dish for breakfast, I would not have served it in a cup.
    Thank you for sharing these quick and easy recipes, nowadays when we run out of time, such ideas and tips are very welcome. And the family is very grateful!
    Friendly greeting,

    1. Yes, breakfast or a light dessert would be great.  I even use it as a quick snack.  For breakfast, it would make a nice side dish and could be served with fresh fruit to round it out.  Please let me know how you decide to serve it!

  2. I may have just eaten, but this sounds delish. Dessert, breakfast, works for both. I normally think Greek yoghurt is a bit sour, but honey and cinnamon will fix that no problem. Granola to give it a crunch and you have a nice, simple, easy to make dish that wouldn’t look out of place on a wedding buffet table.

    1. This would work great on a buffet table, so long as you keep the yogurt and granola separate (wouldn’t want it to get soggy!).  I always hated plain Greek yogurt but I was pleasantly surprised at what a tiny bit of honey and a sprinkle of spice can do.  I’ll never go back to the presweetened kind!

  3. Hello there, thank you so much for sharing this. this is a very awesome piece and a very detailed one. I’m really happy I came across this.  Reading about this article yogurt granola cup sounds really interesting. Yogurt granola cup can be served as breakfast or as dessert. It is very easy to make. I’ll probably give it a try

  4. I love this as a breakfast go-to for just the reason you listed – it’s quick and easy. Sometimes that’s exact;y what a person needs on a busy morning! I hope you enjoy it!

  5. I’m excited to share what I have recently discovered about granola. It can also be an excellent source of Vitamin B.

    I was advised to not consume granola by itself because it is often high in sugar. Adding milk or natural yogurt and fresh fruit will help to create a more balanced intake, and will add calcium, protein, vitamins, and minerals. So, I’ve decided to have a yogurt granola cup every morning. Thanks for this recipe.

    1. I use honey, not sugar, in my granola which has less of an effect on the system than sugar but the sugar content in the honey and dried fruit can certainly be a concern for some.  By flavoring the plain yogurt you are actually saving yourself lots of sugar compared to commercially sweetened yogurts.   I hope you enjoy this breakfast!

  6. This looks so yummy and delicious, I like iti already but I think my kids will like it more. It is quick and easy, so easy I can trust them to make themselves a quick snack while  am busy. I will just have to ensure that I give them accurate measurements. I guess it will be my go to quick dessert too , when having visitors.

    1. I hope your kids and your guests will enjoy this healthy snack!  I never considered serving it for dessert so thank you for the idea!

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