I have a confession to make that I actually made this for supper last night, but it would make a lovely weekend breakfast that is not too sinful.
At the moment people seem to be throwing yogurt at me, not literally, but in the last few weeks 3 cool bags of the stuff have arrived. I have already written about Total and The Collective. Both Onken and Twekkelo are in the review queue.
Making toffee yogurt by sprinkling dark brown soft sugar over natural or Greek yogurt and leaving it to dissolve is an old, but useful trick. The resultant mixture is delicious, sticky and toffee like, but still not too sweet and with none of the nasties of many commercially produced flavoured yogurts. Being allowed a sprinkle of dark brown soft sugar on cereal was a weekend childhood treat.
I combined my toffee yogurt, with sliced bananas, Dorset Cereals new pecan and toffee good honest crunch cereal and a few raspberries. Dorset Crunch’s slogan of “life is too short for boring breakfasts” reminded me that we are nearing the end of the month and I have not yet made anything for Breakfast Club, which this month is hosted by Nayna with the theme of berries.
Breakfast Club: Because breakfast should be more interesting
than tea & toast or coffee & cereal!
Recipe: Indulgent Breakfast Banoffeeish Pots
1 small banana
about 4 oz / 1/2 cup natural or Greek yogurt
2 tsp dark brown soft sugar
2 tbs crunchy cereal
Slice the banana and place in a glass, cover with the yogurt, then sprinkle the sugar over and leave in the fridge overnight.
Just before serving sprinkle over the cereal and the fresh berries.
I see no reason why this would not work with non dairy or soy yogurt.