Melon & crunchy bran pots

Melon & crunchy bran pots

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Prep: 10 mins No cook

Easy

Serves 1
Not just for breakfast, this healthy pot of yoghurt, fruit and seeds is a real mid-afternoon hunger booster and ready in 10 minutes

Nutrition and extra info

  • Vegetarian
  • Healthy

Nutrition: per serving

  • kcal272
  • fat9g
  • saturates2g
  • carbs34g
  • sugars25g
  • fibre3g
  • protein13g
  • salt0.6g
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Ingredients

  • ½ x 200g pack melon medley
  • 150g pot fat-free yogurt

    Yogurt

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  • 2 tbsp fruit & fibre cereal
  • 1 tbsp mixed seed
  • 1 tsp clear honey

Method

  1. Top melon medley with yogurt, then sprinkle over cereal mixed with seeds. Drizzle over honey and eat immediately.

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Comments (14)

MichaeltheGreat's picture
5

Very filling! I tend to exercise quite a lot and look for meals that will keep me full. This did the trick!

MichaeltheGreat's picture
5

Very filling! I exercise quite often, so am always hungry and looking for decent, healthy food that can keep me full. This worked a treat!

Only difference I made was adding whey protein instead of honey.

Ashhy87's picture
5

Very delicious and healthy recipe.

kirstienic's picture

Very tasty and makes a nice change from the usual boring cereal with milk. I also used fat free vanilla yogurt and then didn't need any honey.

Swim4Life's picture
5

This is an amazing recipe, I used bran flakes instead of fruit and fibre, and used fat free vanilla instead of plain. I will definitely make it again

catherinehealy's picture

Loved this recipe but left out the honey!!!

luby12's picture
5

Absolutely delicious! I've been having this for breakfast ever since I discovered this recipe. I mix up the fruit, I've also tried a few different different fruit and fiber cereals. Keeps me full till lunch and tastes great.

luby12's picture
5

Absolutely delicious! I've been having this for breakfast ever since I discovered this recipe. I mix up the fruit, I've also tried a few different different fruit and fiber cereals. Keeps me full till lunch and tastes great.

Kitcha's picture

How long will these things stay fresh for? Would I be able to bring them to school as a snack? These look delicious, I can't wait to try them!

veggiesara's picture
4

Really good recipe for a quick snack to refuel mid afternoon. I don't like seeds and so added some toasted mixed nuts that I had hanging around to boost the protein content. I also used 'all bran' cereal because it had the lowest GI of all the bran cereals so is really filling (although it is a rather acquired taste!) It doesn't need the honey either in my opinion.

catearith's picture

can this be put in a fridge if i make a few at once?

belle.gothique's picture
5

I am not a fan of natural yoghurt or honey but this was absolutely gorgeous. I missed off the seeds as I really don't like seeds. Just brilliant

jennifer009's picture
5

½ x 200g pack melon medley
150g pot fat-free yogurt
2 tbsp fruit & fibre cereal
1 tbsp mixed seeds
1 tsp clear honey

it does

nevetaylor's picture

you should show you what you need for this recipe

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