Happy weekend! We FINALLY have sunshine in Chicago and it feels so good to see the tulips blooming and the birds chirping. It’s my favorite time of year!
My son and I are both big fans of yogurt and granola for breakfast. During the week, we’re pretty low maintenance about it: scoop some yogurt in a bowl and top it with some crunchy granola and fresh fruit. Done and done.
But sometimes, we like to jazz things up a little bit.
And that’s where these pretty little granola cup sundaes come into the picture.
For this recipe, we start off by making cute little granola cups using a muffin tin. You can use the whole batch at once, but I usually store whatever granola cups we’re not going to immediately eat in an airtight container. That way, the goodness can keep on going throughout the week.
Today, we used blueberries. But, honestly, any type of berry is delicious. You really can’t go wrong with fresh berries, can you?
Keeping sugar in-check
If you want to keep your family’s sugar intake in-check, be sure to use plain Greek yogurt. That way, the only added sugar you’ll be using is a teensy bit of honey to make the granola cups. The berries add plenty of sweetness, but if you’re craving a bit more, go ahead and drizzle a bit of honey on top. It’ll feel more like a treat that way.
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Check out the full recipe for my Granola Cup Sundaes below!