Red berry yogurt

3 August 2021

This quick and simple recipe is a great way to start the day, or to have as a healthy snack that delivers plenty of essential nutrients.

Nutritional highlights

The Greek yogurt brings a load of protein, which can help us stay fuller for longer so we snack less, and keeps our muscles strong. Greek yogurt also supports our bones and teeth due to its calcium content. Ensuring we have enough calcium means our blood can clot normally and helps prevent osteoporosis later in life. All the berries in this recipe provide us with antioxidants. These can help reduce oxidative damage to our cells, which could lead to cancer.

Ingredients list

(Makes 1 serving)
Preparation time: 5 minutes
Cooking time: 0 minutes
Allergen advice: Yogurt (milk)

  • 200g 0% fat Greek yogurt
  • 2 tbsp strawberry, raspberry or blackcurrant jam 
  • 80g of blueberries
  • 80g of raspberries
  • 80g of strawberries


Put the yogurt in a bowl, add the jam and stir through to create a marbled effect, then the mixed red fruit. If the strawberries are big, cut into halves or quarters.

Serve cool.

Top tips/Healthy swaps

  • Want to give it an extra crunch? Why not add some of your favourite nuts, like cashews, almonds or walnuts, roughly chopped
  • With the right swaps you can make this vegetarian dish into a vegan one! Swap the yogurt for a soya based Greek yogurt.

Nutritional information given below is per serving.

Calories: 288.5kcal Fat: 1.7g Saturates: 0.55g Total Sugar: 39.2g Salt: 0.62g