10 Things to Add to Your Yogurt to Make it Crunch

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10 Things to Add to Your Yogurt to Make it CrunchAre you looking to add some crunch to your breakfast bowls? Here is a list of ten things you can add to give your boring yogurt a new texture.

I have yogurt every day, and sometimes so do my kids. To change it up, we like to add a little bit of crunch to it, along with some fresh fruit. Here are ten things to add to your yogurt to make it crunch!

  1. Granola – there is such a wide variety of granola choices on the market today. This is my go-to choice because you can get granola mixed with all kinds of dried fruits, freeze-dried fruits, nuts, and seeds mixed in.
  2. Mulberry Berries – These Mulberries from Navitas Naturals are dried and have a nice crunch to them but are also chewy on the inside. They are a source of plant-based protein. They are packed with vitamin c, fiber, and iron, and contains nine essential amino acids.
  3. Nuts – Pistachios, peanuts, almonds, cashews, and mixed add healthy fat and some protein to your yogurt.
  4. Oats – A crunchy choice if you don’t have any granola.
  5. Sunflower seeds – You can’t go wrong with these seeds, and they are sometimes seasoned to add a new level of flavor.
  6. Hemp Seeds – I add hemp seeds to all of my smoothies because they aren’t quite super crunchy, but they add a new texture and some great added health benefits. They are rich in two essential fatty acids, linoleic acid (omega-6) and alpha-linolenic acid (omega-3). Hemp is also a great source of magnesium. It is a Plant-based complete protein and contains nine essential amino acids. Hemp helps promote healthy cholesterol levels and cardiovascular health.
  7. Chia seeds – You may not even notice these little seeds until they pump up, but Chia is high in fiber and has an added protein boost.
  8. Coconut – For a little crunch, go for the shredded coconut. If you want mega crunch, get toasted coconut chips.
  9. Sesame seeds – An excellent source of copper and manganese, also a good source of calcium, magnesium, iron, phosphorus, vitamin B1, zinc, molybdenum, selenium, and dietary fiber.
  10. Chocolate chips – Because sometimes your yogurt is a snack and chocolate makes everything better. Green Smoothie Bowl

What do you enjoy in your yogurt?

I’m a Stonyfield Blogger. All opinions are my own.


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