This post is sponsored by Yulu Yogurt and Tap Influence. As always, all opinions and recipe are my own. Thanks for supporting the brands who support Shared Appetite!
It’s no secret that I’m not one of those super obsessed breakfast people. Growing up, I would go into a fit of anger whenever my mom tried to spring one of those breakfast for dinner omelets on me. Heck no. And I don’t understand why diners serve breakfast all day long. I love me chocolate chip pancakes, but I refuse to order it unless it’s breakfast time.
I know, I know. I’m probably in the minority here. And that’s cool. I accept it. I embrace it. We can all still peacefully coexist. I just personally see breakfast as a necessary stepping stone to lunch and dinner.
99% of the time, my morning eats consists of one thing and one thing only. Yogurt breakfast.
It’s quick. It’s easy. And it’s pretty darn delicious. And now that I’m trying to eat better and drop some unwanted weight (i.e. my opereation #stopbeingafatty), I down a container of yogurt after every morning workout.
Chris, you’re working out?! Yea… I’m doing T-25. I hate it. And hate is a strong word for me. I don’t throw it around lightly. Ugh. I really wish I loved exercising. My wife loves it. I wish she could do it for me and then apply it to my account for me 🙂 I digress.
Let’s talk Yulu. It’s an Aussie-style yogurt that’s made right here in the USA.
It’s got a super creamy texture thanks to their double-smoothed process. It’s made with honest ingredients and real fruits, which allows for a really clean, fresh flavor in the final product.
And big bonus for my post-workout yogurt breakfast routine? This Australian yogurt is loaded with 9 grams of protein in every cup.
When I have an extra minute in the morning, I give my yogurt an extra boost of nutrition by stirring in some healthy side kicks. A banana, chia seeds, and ground flaxseeds. Boom.
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