Whipped Peanut Butter Yogurt Bowl

Perfect for breakfast, snacking or dessert this whipped peanut butter yogurt bowl is packed with protein and delightfully fluffy.

Have you ever whipped yogurt before? Coffee isn’t the only thing that can be whipped! I recently started doing this with my yogurt bowls and let me tell ya, it’s such a game-changer! Whipping the yogurt makes it extra fluffy and voluminous.

For this peanut butter yogurt fluff bowl I whipped Greek yogurt with peanut butter and stevia until fluffy. For the toppings my go-to’s are blueberries, banana, more peanut butter and a little grain-free granola.

I know this recipe seems super simple, but I think this is worth sharing. Especially with the added trick of whipping the yogurt together with peanut butter and stevia.

A delicious yogurt bowl made with peanut butter, grain-free granola, blueberries and bananas in a gold rimmed bowl with a gold spoon on a white wooden board.

Benefits of Greek Yogurt

I love Greek yogurt for a variety of reasons. First and foremost, it is an excellent source of protein and I usually buy full fat Greek yogurt (as opposed to low-fat or fat-free) to get all those healthy fats as well. Pro tip: low-fat and fat-free products typically swap fat for sugar to make sure it still tastes good! I’ll take fat over sugar any day. It’s also loaded with probiotics (aka good bacteria) which is important for a healthy gut and immune system!

Ingredients in Whipped Peanut Butter Yogurt Bowl

  • Greek yogurt – you can use whatever fat level you like for the yogurt. I buy full-fat for my daughter so that’s typically what I use.
  • peanut butter – any type of nut or seed butter will work.
  • liquid vanilla stevia – or your favorite natural sweetener.
  • banana slices and blueberries – the perfect toppings for added potassium and antioxidants.
  • granola – I love making my own grain-free granola, but store-bought granola works as well. My fave is Purely Elizabeth’s granola.
A delicious yogurt bowl made with peanut butter, grain-free granola, blueberries and bananas in a gold rimmed bowl with a gold spoon on a white wooden board.

Substitutions & Notes

Toppings: Feel free to get creative with your toppings! My go-to’s are banana and blueberries, but there are so many other great options that would pair wonderfully! I think a chocolate version needs to happen next!

Yogurt: I like to use full fat Greek yogurt, but you can totally use non-dairy yogurt as well. I bet it would be delicious with full-fat coconut milk yogurt.

Peanut butter: Feel free to swap out the peanut butter for any nut or seed butter.

Peanut flour: You can also try it with peanut flour instead of nut butter for a lower calorie option!

Stevia: If you aren’t a stevia fan you can easily use any liquid sweetener of choice. Maple syrup, honey or agave would all be delicious!

A delicious yogurt bowl made with peanut butter, grain-free granola, blueberries and bananas in a gold rimmed bowl with a gold spoon on a white wooden board.

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If you make this peanut butter yogurt fluff bowl, be sure to leave a comment and start rating below letting me know how it turned out. Your feedback is so helpful for the EBF team and other EBF readers.

A bowl of yogurt covered with peanut butter drizzle, grain-free granola, blueberries and bananas in a gold rimmed bowl on a white wooden board. . A gold spoon in the background.

Whipped Peanut Butter Yogurt Bowl

Brittany Mullins
Perfect for breakfast, snacking or dessert this whipped peanut butter yogurt bowl is packed with protein and delightfully fluffy.
4.06 from 18 votes
Prep Time 5 mins
Course Breakfast
Servings 1 cup
Calories 308 kcal

Ingredients
  

  • 1 cup plain 2% or full-fat Greek yogurt
  • 1-2 Tablespoons peanut butter almond butter, cashew butter or your favorite nut butter
  • 10 drops of liquid vanilla stevia or your favorite natural sweetener
  • banana slices blueberries and extra nut butter for drizzling
  • 1/8 cup granola I used a grain-free granola

Instructions
 

  • Whip yogurt: Add yogurt, nut butter and stevia into a small mixing bowl and whisk together using a spoon until the yogurt gets a bit fluffy. (I’ve only done it with a spoon but I’m sure it will work with an immersion blender or stand mixer as well!)
  • Add toppings and serve: Portion yogurt into a bowl and top with granola, fruit and an extra drizzle of nut butter. Enjoy!

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Notes

  • Toppings: Feel free to get creative with your toppings! My go-to’s are banana and blueberries, but there are so many other great options that would pair wonderfully! I think a chocolate version needs to happen next!
  • Yogurt: I like to use full fat Greek yogurt, but you can totally use non-dairy yogurt as well. I bet it would be delicious with full-fat coconut milk yogurt.
  • Peanut butter: Feel free to swap out the peanut butter for any nut or seed butter.
  • Peanut flour: You can also try it with peanut flour instead of nut butter for a lower calorie option!
  • Stevia: If you aren’t a stevia fan you can easily use any liquid sweetener of choice. Maple syrup, honey or agave would all be delicious!

Nutrition

Serving: 1bowl (without toppings)Calories: 308kcalCarbohydrates: 10gProtein: 24gFat: 21gSaturated Fat: 8gSodium: 80mgFiber: 2gSugar: 8g
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    61 comments
    1. Sandy
      June 6, 2021 AT 12:37 pm

      5 stars
      Enjoyed! Great breakfast!

      1. Brittany Mullins
        June 7, 2021 AT 11:00 am

        Yay! So glad you enjoyed this recipe, Sandy. Thanks for the review, I appreciate it!

    2. Teriza O’Connell
      May 27, 2021 AT 3:24 pm

      5 stars
      Excellent

    3. Lis
      April 18, 2021 AT 2:32 pm

      5 stars
      This is a game changer! I cut the recipe in half, used fat free Greek yogurt, and almond butter because that is what I had and it was still great! Can’t wait to try different combos!

      1. Brittany Mullins
        April 19, 2021 AT 12:02 pm

        Woo! So glad you enjoyed this recipe, Lis! Thanks for making it and coming back to leave a review. It means the world to me.

    4. Sarah Boynton
      December 6, 2020 AT 3:41 pm

      5 stars
      Can this be made the night before?

      1. Brittany Mullins
        December 6, 2020 AT 4:27 pm

        Yes, it can definitely be made the night before.

    5. Elizabeth
      July 31, 2020 AT 2:29 pm

      5 stars
      Just wanted to share that I have eaten all-natural PB mixed with Greek yoghurt pretty much exactly as you describe for a few years now and LOVE it. I have always been puzzled why it’s not a flavour that brands actually carry–except that it’s almost impossible for me to convince others to try it. In fact, my mother apologised to me last month, saying, “I spent years thinking you were crazy and it was gross, but I tried peanut butter in my yoghurt this week, and it was delicious!” LOL So glad to see you promoting it! What’s not to love about a delicious breakfast full of protein with some healthy fats and carbs?

      1. Brittany Mullins
        August 3, 2020 AT 12:52 am

        Haha! So glad you finally got her to jump on the bandwagon. 🙂 And I’m so glad you’ve been loving this method, Elizabeth!! It’s definitely one of my favorite ways to enjoy yogurt. Thanks for coming back to leave a comment + star rating. It means the world to me. <3

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