Berry breakfast trifle

Current rating: 3.8 (4 ratings)
Serves 4
Prep 5
Cook 0
Running out of breakfast ideas? This simple trifle with layers of creamy yoghurt, crunchy Weet-Bix and fresh berries will be a taste and texture explosion in your mouth!

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Running out of breakfast ideas? This simple trifle with layers of creamy yoghurt, crunchy Weet-Bix and fresh berries will be a taste and texture explosion in your mouth!

Love this recipe? It's one of the good-for-you and easy-to-make recipes from 12 before 12, our NEW healthy eating and cooking guide for kids.

12 before 12 is a super-dooper food adventure that teaches kids how to shop, prep, cook and eat their way to a healthy life. To learn more about this exciting new education initiative and to download your FREE digital copy visit 12before12.sanitarium.com.au 


 
  • 2 cups low fat natural yoghurt
  • 2 tbs honey
  • 4 Weet-Bix, crushed
  • ½ cup almonds, roughly chopped
  • 1 cup raspberries (fresh or frozen)
  • 1 cup blueberries (fresh or frozen)

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  1. Combine yoghurt and honey in a medium bowl.
  2. Divide yoghurt between four serving glasses or bowls.
  3. Top with crushed Weet-Bix and almonds. Sprinkle over raspberries and blueberries to serve. 

Tips

  • Wholegrain cereals such as muesli or rolled oats are perfect for this recipe.
  • This recipe also works well with sliced stone fruits such as peaches or apricots instead of berries.

Tips

  • Wholegrain cereals such as muesli or rolled oats are perfect for this recipe.
  • This recipe also works well with sliced stone fruits such as peaches or apricots instead of berries.

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