This delicious but healthy banana split recipe is magic for your taste buds–and waistline–and perfect for making with your kids.
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HEALTHY BANANA SPLIT RECIPE KIDS CAN MAKE
They say breakfast is the most important meal of the day.
No pressure, breakfast. You got this, right?
We wake up hungry, and are bombarded with choices–everything from bagels and sugar laden colorful cereals to donuts and toaster pastries. They all promise to satisfy our tummies. That early morning sugar gives us an artificial energy boost to get lunch boxes in backpacks and shovel kids out the door. We know it isn’t healthy. But we serve it anyway because we know
they’ll eat it. It’s one less thing to worry about.
BUT LETS TURN A CORNER…
Staying ahead of the enticing commercial advertising can be a challenge, but we can arm ourselves. We’ll do it with other amazing looking food. Building this healthy banana split with your kids is a great way to combat the battle against high fructose corn syrup and artificial colors and flavors. Use this fun
banana split bowl to add to the ambiance. It’s all about presentation, people. When it feels fancy,
it is fancy. Bonus? It tastes
A RECIPE FOR SUCCESS
The Greek yogurt is packed with protein, and the
granola adds in flavorful fiber without a ton of sugar. This healthy banana split recipe will keep you full quite a bit longer than a bowl of sugary cereal. The vividly colored fresh fruit entices the eyes–feeding those chemical firings in your brain that beg for something beautiful and delicious. The natural sugars in the fruit will give a more desirable energy boost sans the guilt. It’s a winning combo. And your kids will love putting these together.
I mean, look at this face. Is this the face of a deprived child forced to eat cardboard for breakfast? I think not.
That is the face of bliss right there, folks. My mama heart is full–knowing I’m giving myself and my family a healthy, but decadent, start to the day.
WHEN TO SERVE THIS HEALTHY BANANA SPLIT
By all means, don’t stop at breakfast. This healthy banana split recipe will even be a hit as a dessert. So many people are trying to avoid high-sugar desserts. They feel sabotaged when they don’t have healthier options at functions. You’ll please their pallets
and their waistlines. Nobody will miss the 7-layer dark chocolate cake you made last year. (Ok, maybe that’s drawing the line. They might discuss fond memories of that one.) Make this healthy banana split recipe as a dessert bar for your next birthday party–or summer social event at the park–by offering different yogurt flavors, fruit, nuts, coconut, etc. The possibilities are endless!
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There are so many variations to dressing these Healthy Banana Splits. Choosing different greek yogurt flavors, or different toppings such as coconut, crushed almonds, or dried apricots will provide many fun options. Serve for breakfast, dessert, or at birthday parties. From Food.com
- 1 banana, peeled and split lengthwise down the middle
- 3/4 cup plain greek yogurt
- 1/4 cup raspberries
- 1/4 cup blueberries
- 1/2 cup granola
- 1 dollop real whipped cream
- 1 maraschino cherry
Place banana in a bowl and top with the greek yogurt.
Spoon granola or cereal over the yogurt and sprinkle with berries.
Add a little chocolate or fruit topping syrup if serving for dessert.
Dollop a spoonful of whipped cream on top and garnish with a cherry.
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