Cantaloupe Breakfast Bowls
Published May 09, 2016, Updated Mar 20, 2023
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Healthy cantaloupe breakfast bowls filled with yogurt, granola, berries and a drizzle of honey. They’re loaded with protein to keep you feeling full all morning!
I go through phases with breakfast recipes and lately I’ve been on a major Greek yogurt breakfast bowl kick. I usually just portion some yogurt in a bowl, top it with whatever toppings I’m in the mood for and dive in! It’s super quick, requires no cooking and keeps me full all morning. Plus, it’s a good reason to eat granola. I’m all about it.
Last week while I was making my standard bowl with berries and granola I got the bright idea to chop up a cantaloupe we had sitting on the counter. I has all intentions of chopping it into chunks and putting little bite-size bits into the yogurt, but once I cut it in half and took out the seeds, I figured I could just use it as a bowl.
And thus, this little recipe for cantaloupe breakfast bowls was born.
Just like with regular yogurt bowls, these cantaloupe bowls are super simple. They just require one extra step (chopping of the ‘loupe) and they’re a little less portable — but they make up for it with fanciness. I’m kind of obsessed.
For the ingredients, I’ve been hooked on Fage 2% Plain Greek yogurt or siggi’s, Purely Elizabeth’s Blueberry Hemp Granola (my fav store-bought granola) and Trader Joe’s frozen Very Cherry Berry Blend. Feel free to use whatever you have on hand. If you’re really ambitious and want to go the homemade route you could make a batch of my grain-free granola because it’s amazing.
Cantaloupe Breakfast Bowls
- 1 cantaloupe
- 2 cups plain Greek yogurt, you can use coconut or almond yogurt for a dairy-free version
- 1/2 cup fresh or frozen berries
- 1/2 cup granola
- honey, for drizzling (optional)
- Cut cantaloupe in half and scoop out seeds.
- Portion about 1 cup of yogurt into each cantaloupe half. Top with berries, granola and honey. Serve.
Nutrition information is automatically calculated, so should only be used as an approximation.
Dear Brittany, I absolutely love this idea for breakfast or brunch. These melon bowls are so beautiful. xo, Catherine
Thank you Catherine. I hope you get a chance to try the cantaloupe bowls.
I so so LOVE this idea! What a lovely presentation – and, can’t beat a no-rinse “bow” eh?!
Anything to decrease the amount of dishes I have to do!! 🙂
I love eating cantaloupe with a spoon, but never thought to put anything in the middle of it! Such a genius idea, I love it! 😀
I love the idea of using it as a bowl!
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What a fun way to serve fruit and yogurt!
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