Pears, yogurt and granola bowl

Last week I got the chance to make my usual gigantic batch of granola. It is not often that I do but when I get to make it I make at least about 20-30 lbs. I have a huge professional bowl that is perfect for my large batches so using some for the pears, yogurt and granola bowl was just perfect.

Pears with yogurt and granola | Eat Good 4 Life

Today I wanted to have something especial and more fancy for breakfast. Nothing too elaborate but different.  I decided to add some really ripe pears to my classic bowl of yogurt and granola and voila.

I actually thought about poaching the pears but because they were so soft and juicy I decided to have them just like that. Besides, since I didn’t poach them they kept their nutrients even more so a win win for me.

There endless way you can serve granola. My family goes through granola like there is no tomorrow. We have it with yogurt for breakfast and sometimes as a treat we mix it in with ice cream. You can also have it with your classic milk of choice, either way is great really.

I have made lots of versions for granola. Once you start making your own granola, since not only it is super easy to make, it is way more economical. Homemade granola is also by far superior than any other store bought brand I have purchased in the past. Even gourmet granola.

If you like to make your own granola like me here is my link for all the granola recipes I have in the blog. I am telling you, granola is one of the easiest things you can make.

I am waiting to take my exam in two weeks to be able to get into the kitchen again and make some of the recipes I have been wanting to try for quite some time. I have a huge list so will see which ones I will get to tackle first.

Until then I hope you like this pears, yogurt and granola bowl,


Pears with yogurt and granola | Eat Good 4 Life


Pears, yogurt and granola bowl

Miryam's original recipe

Yield: 4 servings

Total Time: 5 minutes


  • 32 oz Greek yogurt
  • 4 pears, ripe, slices
  • 4 cups granola, homemade is best
  • 4 tbs maple syrup


Arrange the yogurt in a bowl, top with your favorite granola, slices of pears and 1 tablespoon of maple syrup.

Serve immediately.

NOTE: If your pears are not ripe you can poach them with some cinnamon, anis star, a bit of sugar and water for 20 minutes. Just make sure you peel the pears and they are covered with water.


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  1. I have never done anything with hemp milk. Definitely intrigued to use it.

  2. i was not too crazy about the hemp milk but Im sure when turned into popsicles- it would be wonderful.

  3. These are so pretty! I’ve never tried hemp milk before. Will have to sometime.

  4. These are gorgeous! I made some Greek yogurt and raspberry popsicles and even though they were pretty boring they were SO delicious. Love the hemp milk, chia seeds and maple syrup in yours, they sound awesome :)

  5. I’ve never tried hemp milk either but I’m thinking these popsicles need to happen…there’s a first for everything!

  6. I am totally making these as after school snacks… they are perfect!

  7. These look insanely gorgeous girl!!! And I bet taste equally as good! ;)

  8. Can you suggest another type of milk?

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