Breakfast Yogurt Splits

Breakfast yogurt splits is a fun & fast breakfast recipe adapted from jocoeats.com that’s sure to put a smile on everyone’s face. What’s even better, is it is a good source of potassium which is a mineral that most Americans do not get enough of. Getting enough potassium can reduce blood pressure & the risk of stroke.

Breakfast Yogurt Splits

Ingredients:

1 Small Banana, sliced lengthwise in half

½ Cup Greek Yogurt (we suggest strawberry, vanilla or plain)

1 Tablespoon Pecans, chopped

½ cup Fresh Fruit, sliced or chopped (give strawberries and/or pineapple a try)

Directions:

Clean work area with warm soapy water.

Thoroughly wash hands for at least 20 seconds.

Assemble & prepare ingredients.

Place sliced banana in a bowl, separating the slices.

Scoop the yogurt between the slices.

Top with fresh fruit & pecans.

Dig in!

Find the original recipe at: https://www.jocoeats.com/breakfast/breakfast-splits-1

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