Since I am obviously on a roll with the whole “redo your breakfast” theme, let’s talk about one of my vices: yogurt. OK, so I should probably be a little less specific and say dairy. Because I love all things dairy. But you can probably guess that dairy does not love me back. So, when I enjoy a generous helping of my favorite yogurt, I pay for it dearly. Whomp whomp whomp. But lo and behold! Here comes Silk being all awesome and making a dairy-free yogurt alternative! Now I have mad love for yogurt again, and to celebrate, I made breakfast just a little bit better with some dairy-free yogurt with warm berry compote. Yum.
Silk Dairy-Free Yogurt Alternative is packed full of plant-powered protein which is perfect for breakfast, because protein gets your body and brain ready to tackle the day! It’s smooth and creamy, and a good source of calcium and vitamin D too! Layer it in a small cup with some warm berry compote and top with chopped walnuts for a powerfully delicious breakfast treat.
Making the warm berry compote is so easy, it’s almost stupid. Just throw some berries in a pot with some orange juice and let it cook until the berries break down and the whole mixture thickens. From there you can accent the flavors with some lime juice, maple syrup, honey, or cinnamon! It’s so delicious.
I layered my cup with the super tasty vanilla flavor, but there are a variety of fruit flavors available to really bring your taste-buds to life, like: Tropical Pineapple, and Peach & Mango! Much yum!
So, if you’re not in the mood for some white chocolate cherry scones, or a pecan caramel sweet roll cake, then you need to try some dairy-free yogurt with warm berry compote for your next breakfast adventure. Totally worth it!
Dairy-Free Yogurt With Warm Berry Compote
- 1 5.3 oz Container Silk Dairy-Free Yogurt Alternative
- 1 C Mixed Berries, fresh or frozen
- 1/4 C Orange Juice
- 2 tsp Honey
- Chopped Walnuts, for garnish
- In a small pot over medium heat, add the berries and orange juice and cook, stirring frequently, until the berries fall apart and the sauce thickens, around 10 minutes. Add the honey and stir for 1 minute. Remove from heat.
- In a small cup, add a couple tablespoons of the yogurt, followed by a couple tablespoons of the warm berry compote. Repeat until the yogurt container is empty, then top with a handful of chopped walnuts. Enjoy!
What are your favorite ingredients to mix with yogurt? Are you as excited as I am at the new Silk Dairy-Free Yogurt Alternative?!?
This conversation is sponsored by Silk. The opinions and text are all mine.