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I’ve been switching out some of my usual savory breakfasts for this super simple blueberry granola bowl lately.
If you make my Vanilla Blueberry Granola at the weekend, then these bowls are a cinch to whip up during the week with whatever fruits & yogurt you like. This version, with three different kinds of blueberry action, is my favorite right now.
You’d never believe it when you look at these crispy crunchy clusters, but my granola is totally AIP, since it’s grain, gluten, nut & seed free. Yup. I got you.
That blueberry granola mix has a whiff of vanilla and naturally sweetened dried blueberries both for flavor and a little chewy texture which I love. (If you can’t find dried blueberries without crappy oils or added sugars, those freeze dried blueberries that you can find at Trader Joe’s or even Target work great here, too. They’ll be more crispy than chewy, but that texture is fun, too!)
So that’s the first kind of blueberry in this triple blueberry granola bowl. Next up is lovely fresh blueberries and then, to really max out on that blueberry goodness, I like to stir in a little blueberry preserves for a more concentrated sweetness. I like this brand that is fruit sweetened, but if you can’t find something like it that works for you, you could swap in the Vanilla Scented Blueberries from this recipe. So good, you guys.
You could even make this Triple Blueberry Granola Bowl ahead of time, layering the ingredients in a mason jar & then stashing it in the fridge to grab and go later. So simple & satisfying, especially now the mornings are giving us a little sunshine.
Triple Blueberry Granola Bowl (dairy, grain, nut & seed free)
This easy to whip up blueberry granola bowl is a speedy start to the day, packed with three different ways to enjoy blueberries in one place!
- Prep Time: 5 minutes
- Total Time: 5 minutes
- Yield: one bowl 1x
- Category: breakfast
- Method: no cook
SWIRL: Spread the yogurt in the bottom of the bowl, sprinkle with the grain free granola, spoon in the blueberry preserves & scatter the fresh berries on top. If you like, drizzle with raw honey, to taste & enjoy immediately!
- If you don’t need to make your own granola, swap in whichever granola base works for you and add a few naturally sweetened dried blueberries like these or some crunchier freeze dried blueberries like these.
- If you can’t find a blueberry preserves with ingredients that work for you, swap in the vanilla blueberry compote from this recipe of mine. It will keep in the fridge for a few days or you can freeze the leftovers.