Vibrant, fresh, and healthy, these on-the-go Frozen Breakfast Bars are the busy mom’s perfect meal for the road for her and her family. Easy to make, all you need is Sweet Home Farm granola, butter, yogurt, and fresh fruit. This breakfast idea is no bake and just requires a freezer. I know, it’s so hard to believe that something so simple can look and taste so fancy. Tell me about it.
These days, I need the easiest meal choices for my hands-full days, taking care of my 3 month old baby. I don’t have a lot of time to make food, especially when I am home alone with the little man so these Frozen Breakfast Bars have been a saving grace for me this week. I decided to go a little overboard with my yogurt flavor selection, if you couldn’t tell. I wanted a good variety so I went with blueberry, strawberry, lemon, and key lime. Why go with one color when you can have the rainbow, am I right?! Plus I’m someone that gets bored easily so I like a different choice everyday.Print
Frozen Breakfast Bars
- Prep Time: 10 mins
- Total Time: 10 mins
- Yield: 12 slices 1x
- 3 c. Sweet Home Farm Granola
- 5 Tbsp. nondairy butter, melted (or use coconut oil)
- 35 oz. tub flavored dairy free greek yogurt of choice
- 2 c. fresh fruit
- In a food processor, pulse the granola until it becomes a little smoothers.
- Add the melted butter and blend until well-combined.
- Place the granola crust into an 8×8 pan covered with parchment paper. Press firmly down with your hands until the crust fills the bottom of the pan. Freeze for 5 minutes.
- Add the yogurt and top with fresh fruit.
- Cover and freeze for an hour or until just firm.* Slice and go.
*If you are freezing overnight, the bars will need about 15 minutes to defrost before slicing.
- Calories: 182
- Sugar: 16g
- Fat: 4.3g
- Carbohydrates: 35g
- Fiber: 6.8g
- Protein: 14.1g
Can we talk about my obsession with yogurt lately? I’m just realizing my latest posts pretty much all involve yogurt. Now, that’s proof I’m all about simplicity in my recipes these days. My favorite part of this recipe? The granola crust. This is an unbelievably easy way to create a bottom layer for breakfast bars. I might start doing this for any pie I make. Maybe. I’m also a carb lover in general but a bigger fan of Sweet Home Farm granola.
Are you looking for more on-the-go breakfast ideas? Check these out:
Fruit on the Botton Yogurt Cups
This post has been sponsored by Sweet Home Farm Granola on behalf of Attune Foods. All opinions and text are my own.
These look so simple and delicious! Do you typically eat these within a day or so of making them, or are these okay to eat over a couple of weeks if stored properly?
My son is an INCREDIBLY picky eater on top of having a dairy intolerance. So happy to have stumbled upon your site!
What brand of yogurts did you use? The kind I used didn’t freeze well and set very uneven
Did you try Silk? I find that is some of the thickest non dairy yogurt out there. If you aren’t dairy free, use regular flavored greek yogurt <3
Thanks! I will try one or the other next go ’round!
These look and sound YUM! Can you advise how they should be stored, assuming I make enough for the week. Freezer I assume, then thaw the 15mins prior to use?
I never thought these treats for breakfast can be these convenient, healthy, and easy to prepare. Not only that, it also requires few ingredients!
I used to make carb and protein bars at home and this one looks promising to try. Now I have a new yogurt based recipe to try. So exciting! Thanks for sharing this love.
I’m vegan and I have no problem substituting ingredients when I’m looking at awesome recipes like this one!
Aren’t people incredibly silly, Marly?! Thank you for the all love and support…and understanding, xo.
I’m just wondering why you have this recipe with sweet home farm granola? I guess I thought you were safe for celiacs. The granola listed in the recipe has wheat in it.
Hi Shuna. Fork and Beans strives to create recipes for those with food allergies however I have never stated that it’s a site 100% safe for celiacs. In fact, I have a lot of recipes with wheat in it and I specify that they are NOT gluten free. I cannot please everyone with their own individual diets so I just try to do my best. Sorry if this is something you cannot support or understand.
The recipe calls for butter and Greek yogurt which are not dairy free. I thought this was a vegan web site.
I agree as well! It is supposed to be vegan. I don’t want to see recipes that I have to substitute for.
I hate to be a pain but is it really so difficult to replace butter and yogurt with the Vegan kind? It’s what I’ll be doing. I noted the same thing you did but just figured busy moms need a break and the substitutions are so crazy easy; which, BTW goes for the brand of granola as well.
SIGH. Fork and Beans is NOT a vegan site. If you do not like what you see, you are free to leave <3 Thank you Laurel for championing for me.
I do have to support Cara, She tries very hard to help people. She does state in her indigence, to use a nondairy butter and a nondairy yogurt. If you are Vegan, you could substitute butter with Earth Balance nondairy butter and SoDelicious has a great coconut yogurt. Just remember to read your labels.
Oh thank you Carie! I really appreciate it when people actually give me the benefit of the doubt (especially now that I have a 3 month old). You are so sweet for this comment <3