Nutrition

This Jaffa Breakfast Yoghurt Recipe Is Chocolatey, Healthy And Delicious!

I’ve been on the chocolate and orange bandwagon since Christmas Day when my family tore into a bag of Jaffas and I was reminded of how festive this flavour combo really feels. I’ve been addicted since! So it’s no surprise that the combination has made its way onto my breakfast table. We love being creative with our brekky flavours here at 12WBT, and this Jaffa Breakfast Yoghurt is no exception. It is simply fantastic, tastes like a treat and is jam-packed with nutritious and healthy ingredients.


Good luck stopping at one bowl!

Jaffa Breakfast Yoghurt

breakfast yoghurt
2 Serves
5 min prep time
297 Cal / serve

Ingredients

400g Low Fat Natural Yoghurt
1 Orange (200g)
25g Dark Chocolate, grated
2 Teaspoons Tahini (10g)
2 Tablespoons Maple Syrup (40g), or honey

Method

  1. Slice your orange into chunks removing any pith.
  2. Spoon your yoghurt into two bowls, topping with orange, tahini and maple syrup.
  3. Top with grated dark chocolate and serve!

Mish Tips

  • You may swap tahini for cashew or almond butter
  • You may also try this with mango rather than orange if you prefer
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Isabella Dugan
Isabella is the most recent addition to our 12WBT Support Crew, joining the team as our self-confessed writing and publishing nerd. There's nothing she won't learn and write about, in the hopes of educating, inspiring and challenging our member's mindset and their expectations. Isabella is an avid runner and has been playing team sports since the age of 4 (!) and has been cooking and loving food since the age of 14 when she switched to a vegetarian diet (now vegan). So if you're in the market for a showstopping scrambled tofu recipe, hit her up.

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