This Granola Bowl is a delicious breakfast and the absolute soul-satisfier at the weekend. The baked fruit with cinnamon and vanilla not only gives the bowl a delicious aromatic note, but will fill your whole apartment with an enticing aroma. In winter, baked bananas, apples or pears are especially delicious, while in summer, baked peaches or plums taste best.
Vegan Granola Bowl: The Recipe
Prepared with fresh fruit or fruit puree, the Granola Bowl is a quick alternative when there is not much time in the morning.
Ingredients for 2 servings
- 4 handful Wholey Crunchy Granola of your choice (alternatively you can make the Granola yourself)
- 2 handfuls of fruit of your choice and season (e.g.: plums, peaches, bananas, berries, apples, pears)
- 2 tablespoons agave syrup (or other syrup of choice)
- 1 pinch of cinnamon
- 1 pinch of ground vanilla
- 250 g plant based yogurt of your choice
- Preheat oven (180 degrees convection or 200 degrees top/bottom heat). Wash the fruit, cut in half and place in a baking dish with the cut side facing up.
- Mix spices with the syrup and drizzle the fruit with the sweet mixture. Bake in the oven for 15 to 20 minutes, depending on the fruit and desired browning and consistency. Turn halfway through baking time. Baking time will vary depending on the size of the fruit and how ripe it is.
- Add plant-based yogurt to two bowls and top with the baked fruit and granola. Top the Granola Bowl with chocolate hazelnut creme r almond butter with roasted almonds.
If you don't have fresh fruit on hand, you can also use frozen fruit. Fruit puree or compote also fit wonderfully into the Granola Bowl if you don't have time to bake the fruit yourself.
On warm days, you can also enjoy your Granola Bowl with fresh fruit like juicy peaches or aromatic strawberries. This will add even more bite to your breakfast.
This bowl is one of the many varied ways you can eat granola. Also as a layered dessert, as a snack between meals or simply with a plant drink, the crunchy clusters are always worth reaching for.
Which kind of vegan yogurt should I use?
It all depends on what flavor and consistency you prefer. Vegan alternatives to yogurt are now available based on soy, oats, almonds, coconut, cashew or even lupine. Just browse through the range to find your favorite.
We always recommend to take a look at the list of ingredients. Fruit yogurts in particular, but also the "natural" variety, often contain added sugar, which you can safely do without. Our recipe is already pleasantly sweet due to the baked fruits and the granola. If you need more sweetness, then help yourself and sweeten naturally with dried fruit or syrup from dates, rice, apples and so on.