Greek Yogurt in 7 Ways

Excited to announce a new series on The Chriselle Factor, and it’s all about HEALTH & FOOD! Not sure why it took me this long to come around to this subject, but I guess there’s no better timing as my pregnancy is about to end, and my new journey as a mother is about to begin. I’ve always been health conscious, but never did I believe in sacrificing all the yummy things out there just to watch my “diet”. It was when my sister Jane temporarily moved to LA where I discovered the beauty of not only eating healthy, but also having FUN with it. I’m definitely not one who is capable of whipping up a gourmet dinner, I mean….I can barely make a pancake without burning the whole house down! (I’m sure this will have to change once Chloe arrives.)  All these recipes and food related articles will be incredibly easy, and I promise if I can do it you can too (with your eyes closed).


I wanted to kick off this series with one of my favorite things to eat for breakfast- Greek yogurt! Besides the thick consistency and yummy taste, I could go on and on with the benefit of Greek yogurt- it’s packed with probiotics, a great source of protein, packed with B12, etc etc. But besides that it is incredibly versatile and makes for a heavenly, creamy treat! Since I’ve been pregnant, greek yogurt has been more than just a grab-and-go snack to default to when nothing is in reaching-distance. Now that I’m homebound more, I’ve had a lot more time to think of creative ways to add to my yogurt. Here are 7 ways to add a little more flavor to your greek yogurt in the morning, one for each day of the week!

PS. You might noticed my recommended fruit measurements are a bit higher (1 cup vs 1/4 cup) and that’s because I like to have my yogurt with a side of fruit! If you guys are only looking to add fruit into your yogurt, then feel free to substitute 1 cup for 1/4 cup.


Chocolate Pudding Greek Yogurt

Instructions: Mix greek yogurt with cocoa powder. Top with fresh fruit and other toppings to your liking.

Ingredients: 7 oz greek yogurt | 1 ½ tbsp cocoa powder | 1 cup fresh fruit (Your choice)


Cookie Dough Greek Yogurt

Instructions: Mix greek yogurt with peanut butter, honey and vanilla extract. Top with dark chocolate chips.

Ingredients: 7 oz. greek yogurt |  1 tbsp creamy peanut butter |  1 tbsp honey |  1/4 tsp vanilla extract | dark chocolate chips


Spiced Maple Apple Greek Yogurt:

Instructions: Mix greek yogurt with cinnamon and ½ tsp. maple syrup. Top with diced apples, chopped walnuts and the remaining ½ tsp. maple syrup.

Ingredients: 7 oz. greek yogurt 1/4 tsp. cinnamon | 1 tsp. maple syrup | 1 cup diced apples | chopped walnuts


Frozen Fruit Medley

Instructions: In a blender, pulse greek yogurt with frozen fruit and honey.

Ingredients: 7 oz. greek yogurt | 1 tsp. honey |  1 cup frozen fruit (a medley or fruit of your choice)


Banana Bread Greek Yogurt:

Instructions: Mix greek yogurt with mashed up banana, vanilla extract and honey. Top with walnuts and banana chips.

Ingredients: 7 oz. greek yogurt | 1 ripe banana | ¼ tsp vanilla extract | 1/4 tsp. honey |  Walnuts | Banana chips


Pumpkin Pie Greek Yogurt

Instruction: Mix greek yogurt with canned pureed pumpkin, maple syrup, and pumpkin pie spice. Top with granola and other toppings of your choosing.

Ingredients: 7 oz. greek yogurt | 1 tbsp. canned pureed pumpkin | 1 tsp. maple syrup | 1 pinch of pumpkin pie spice


Strawberry Shortcake Greek Yogurt

Instructions: Mix greek yogurt with ½ tsp of vanilla extract. In a separate bowl, mix sliced strawberries with a drizzle of agave and fresh squeezed lemon juice. Layer cup with greek yogurt mix, sweetened strawberries, angel cake and other toppings of choice.

Ingredients: 7 oz. greek yogurt | ½ tsp vanilla extract |  1 cup sliced strawberries | 1 tsp. agave nectar |  1 tsp. fresh squeezed lemon juice | 1 slice of Angel cake


And there you have it Greek Yogurt in 7 ways….Yumm! Which one are you guys most excited to try? Share with me in the comments!


Photography by Karen Rosalie



  • Greek Yogurt says:

    Hey this is great and i love your blog so much.
    This is my first time visit in your website and i really love it.
    thanks and you should know that i am also a blogger and writing about yogurt and it’s benefits.
    thanks again.

  • Nancy says:

    Great article and very very important who loves yogurt. thanks

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  • Tanya says:

    Totally the cookies and cream, think ive died and gone to heaven!

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  • Jeline says:

    Omg I absolutely love this! They all look so delicious!! Definitely bookmarking for future reference. x

  • Colleen says:

    They are all looking so delicious! I’m off to make the apple one right now. I’m a huge fan of Greek yogurt!
    And don’t worry about becoming a great cook as you will naturally want to feed your baby healthy and delicious food so it will just come with the territory. You will be a terrific mom with a very stylish baby!


  • Alina says:

    They all look good and I can’t wait to try each of them. But why don’t you learn to cook, it’s not like you have an excuse not learning it. You have money and there are classes. Just feel like it’s a vital part of life to know how to cook. I learned it from my mom and I hope you teach Chloe to cook, it’s a big part of survival.

  • AC says:

    Hummm yummy ! I love the sliced maple one ! Thank you so much for those ideas 🙂

  • OMG they all look sooo delicious! Check out my smoothies post on

  • Antonia says:

    Hey Chriselle, huge fan here. I just wanted to say that the bacteria they use for yogurt is called Lactobacilus Bulgaricus – as in – it comes from Bulgaria. Yogurt is a word from old bulgarian that is used all over the world yet people still say “greek yogurt” that sort of pains me a lot 🙁

    Good post though
    Much love from me
    Toni 🙂

  • Emmajane says:

    Peanut butter and yogurt?! How have I not thought of this before! X

  • How inspirational this post is! Beautiful! Such a cool post!
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  • Tanja says:

    i loooove the photos, it looks so delicious ♥

  • Ashleigh says:

    Just made the cookie dough one and OMG sooo good!! I never thought of putting peanut butter in Greek yoghurt but it tastes amazing! Thanks for this one Chirselle, can’t wait to try more and looking forward to more of your recipes xx

  • Claudia says:

    I love that it looks so colourful! will try to make some soon!

  • Charlie says:

    Being vegan, I am (sadly) not gonna try this but I still wanted to post a comment just to say how astonishingly beautiful the photos accompanying this post are. Made me salivate just looking at them haha !

    Charlie xx

  • Sofia says:

    These look delicious! I will definitely have to try some of these recipes!

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  • Marsya says:

    omg those drinks seem delicious!! Thanks for the recipes!!!

  • Lindsay says:

    The idea of mixing frozen fruit appeals to me. Just grab and go.

  • Sister Links says:

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  • Paola says:

    Yummy, I love healthy food!

  • This look so yummy and healthy Chriselle! Thank you for sharing. <3

    xo, Alina

  • Sarah Chung says:

    I also love to make pretty food! Thanks for being my first food inspiration this year!!! xo

  • Prudence Yeo says:

    These greek yogurts look absolutely mouth-watering and healthy! Thanks for the instructions on how to make them, awesome!


  • Ally Gong says:

    Yum!! All these pairings look so delicious and the colors are fantastic as well! I have been looking around for breakfast ideas, so this is awesome!
    -Ally Gong

  • Kaila Yu says:

    I just watched FED UP, the documentary about how unhealthy Americans are eating and we wondering what we could possibly eat for breakfast that didn’t taste awful? Eggs and bacon were out and cereals, even cereals we think of as healthy were packed with sugar. These greek yogurt confections are a great idea – so easy and fresh

  • I’m also obsessed with greek yougurt and it’s one of my favorite things to eat for breakfast! Thanks for sharing these options, should definitely try them! My first one probably would be ‘Cookie Dough’ (yep, it’s all my sweet tooth!).

    Here’s another variation, that I’ve been enjoying recently: greek yogurt + honey + cinnamon + dates <3 Yum!



  • Tanya says:

    All of these look delicious.

    I do have to point out though that your chocolate pudding one has a misprint. You listed cocoa butter as an ingredient, but I think you meant cocoa powder.

  • Katherine says:

    Wow, these look so lovely. I can’t wait to try them myself!!!! Ahhh I’m so excited for this new series!!!

  • Kristine says:

    They all look so yummy! Thanks for sharing these 🙂

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  • Katie says:

    Oh these look lovely! Thank you for sharing these mini recipes 🙂 Off to go and make them soon, definitely pinning these 😀


  • Christy Lau says:

    All of them look so yummyyyyyyy!!!!!!!!!!!

  • Cecilia maldonado says:

    Omg! The banana bread! n.n

  • Yuen says:

    All these look SO delicious, I would have never thought you can make these with Greek yoghurt! I will definitely try them (:

    Yuen @ The Craziest Paradigm – fashion, beauty & lifestyle

  • Cailey says:

    These all look delicious! I think I’m most excited to try the cookie dough. These are such a great alternative to snacking on ice cream and things. Thanks so much!

  • Dee kay says:

    These look so delish!! Your pictures have me craving greek yogurt now!!


  • Eden says:

    Great ideas. The pumpkin pie and cookie dough one sounds amazing!

  • Milly says:

    They look too pretty to eat… almost! Definitely going to try the Frozen Fruit Medley one out! 😀

  • These look so delicious! Thanks for the reciepts, I will definitely try and make them!

  • The pictures are some of the most delicious and beautiful pictures that I’ve ever seen! I would love to try the frozen fruit medley! Or just all of them, yum!

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  • It looks amazzzingggggg! So delicious! Need to try this recipe.

  • Vivian says:

    These look SO delicious!!! i’m saving all of these to try!



  • Fashion Snag says:

    Gonna try all of these since I love Greek yogurt so much!

  • Oh my god, that looks soooo delicious!! Def have to try at least one of your recipes 😉 Thanks for sharing them with us!

    Love, L

  • Mikayla says:

    So innovative and delicious…the pudding one looks especially good! Thanks for sharing, Chriselle!


  • Mm.. 😛 yum! All of them look so delicious! I love Greek yogurt myself a lot and I also like adding a lot of fruit and some nuts to it! Beautiful and tasty recipes!
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  • Anna says:

    Oh I love them all! But if I had to choose only one, I think I would go with the “Strawberry shortcake” yogurt. But more than Greek yogurt, I like the Turkish version, it’s a bit tastier to me.

    Sending you love from Scandinavia!

  • Avanti says:

    Wow! You are very creative and good on the kitchen. I only enjoy yoghurt in a few different ways so I need to try these out!


  • Natali says:

    3,4 and last one are my favourite combos!! They sound and look so delicious!

  • Jeanne says:

    Beautiful, yummy and healthy! What’s not to love?!!!

  • Miri says:

    WOW! Amazing recipes! Can’t wait to try the cookie dough!


  • Emma says:

    oh my, these all sound so good! I love Greek yogurt and I can’t wait to try all of these

  • sasa says:

    They look so yummy! I want to try the Strawberry Shortcake Greek Yogurt:P

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