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Summertime Greek Yogurt Snack

Posted by Chris Sexton, US Fitness Personal Trainer on Aug 26, 2017 10:00:00 AM




  • 1 Cup Greek Yogurt (I use Kirkland Unflavored Greek Yogurt)
  • ½ Cup Frozen Berries (I use Sunrise Growers Antioxidant Blend)
  • ¼ Cup Granola (I use Natures Path Pumpkin Flax Granola)
  • Dash of Cinnamon
  • (optional add in: nut butter of choice)


Finally, a protein/nutrient rich snack that will satisfy your sweet tooth while staying away from cane sugar. Begin by heating frozen berries in microwave until able to mash them into a syrup. Combine greek yogurt, berry syrup and granola into snack sized bowl and stir. Top with a dash of cinnamon and boom, a healthy snack in under 5 minutes! Frozen berries and granola are easily interchangeable to satisfy pallet. Enjoy!


Protein: 26g

Carbohydrate: 32g

Fat: 3g

*Values are estimated*


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Topics: Good Eats, Nutrition

Chris Sexton, US Fitness Personal Trainer

Written by Chris Sexton, US Fitness Personal Trainer

Chris is a Certified Personal Trainer through the National Academy of Sports Medicine (NASM) born and raised in Georgia. He has experience in many realms of fitness including marathon running, Ironman triathlons, and weight lifting. He specializes in functional training and works with both kids and adults alike looking to improve their performance for sport, enhance quality of life, as well as general weight loss and fitness. Chris believes that health and fitness are a way of life and is not something that can be developed overnight. His goal is to educate and help his clients fall in love with a healthy, active lifestyle that they can maintain for years to come.