14 Crazy-Good Things to Stir into Your Yogurt

Sure, granola is the star. But I dare you to try these other fun yogurt mix-ins!

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Pomegranate Seeds

Pomegranate seeds “pop” when bitten, releasing a tart juice. Along with chia seeds, flaxseed or your favorite berries, mix pomegranate seeds into yogurt for a wholesome breakfast, midday snack or dessert.

Make these chocolate-covered pomegranate seeds for a sweet and succulent treat.

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Peanut Butter

If you’re looking for a healthy high-protein snack with a creamy texture, add a generous dollop of peanut butter—or the nut butter of your choice—to your yogurt. Swirl in a spoonful of jam or jelly for a twist on the classic PB&J! (Here’s what to add to that sandwich of yours.)

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Everyone’s favorite chocolaty hazelnut spread is delectable when blended into velvety smooth yogurt. Top your Nutella yogurt with hazelnuts for extra crunch, too. You can also freeze for a sweet treat to enjoy for breakfast… or dessert.

You’ve got to try these other Nutella dessert recipes.

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Honey drizzled into yogurt is the bee’s knees! This magical medley is all sorts of good for you and makes the ideal pre- and post-workout nosh.

See what brand of yogurt won our Test Kitchen’s taste test.

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Chocolate Shavings

For a sweet indulgence, stir a lavish handful of dark chocolate shavings into a bowlful of yogurt. Top with graham cracker crumbs, edible cookie dough bits, candy bar pieces, or fresh berries for added flavor and texture.

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Pumpkin Puree

Make any time of year feel like fall! Add a scoop of pumpkin puree to your yogurt for a festive treat, then top with a handful of crunchy, chewy pumpkin seeds.

Learn how to make your own homemade pumpkin puree—and roast your own pumpkin seeds, too.

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Green Kiwi
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These green “gooseberries” are rich in vitamins and high in protein, making them an ideal fruity yogurt garnish. Plus, kiwi has such tart, sweet flesh and dainty, crunchy seeds. It makes for a fun snack!

Have you ever made yogurt at home? Here’s our beginner’s guide.

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Caramelized Pears

Create a one-of-a-kind parfait when you add velvety soft caramelized pears to yogurt. Sauteed pears, like d’Anjou, Bosca or Bartlett, taste heavenly when cooked with warm spices such as cinnamon, vanilla, cardamom and clove.

Here’s how often you should eat yogurt.

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Jazz Apples or cultivar Malus Domestica Scifresh a hybrid of Royal Gala and Braeburn developed in New Zealand
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Apples and nutmeg create a sense of nostalgia through the dynamic duo’s distinct taste and aroma. Top your yogurt with thin apple slices or start your morning right with one of these quick and easy apple yogurt parfaits.

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Raw Organic Medjool Dates Ready to Eat
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Dates and yogurt, when combined, form a rich and buttery flavor with an exciting texture. The Paradise granola recipe calls for chewy dates, iron-rich nuts, natural sweeteners and a variety of other dried fruits for a winning breakfast.

Here’s what you need to know about dates.

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The sweet and salty character and crunchy, bite-size proportions of pistachios make them a lovely ingredient for a variety of dishes. If you want to balance saltiness vs. sweetness of the yogurt toppings, sprinkle on some chocolate shavings, too.

Here’s how to pry open a fickle pistachio.

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Coconut Flakes

We’re nuts about coconuts! Coconut adds a pleasant tropical note to any dish (especially alongside pineapple). When mixed into yogurt, a divine snack is born. Toast the flakes on the stovetop for a few minutes for extra warmth and color.

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Sliced Banana

Including bananas and yogurt in your well-balanced diet offers many nutritional benefits. Top your yogurt with banana slices or blend them together to make a smoothie. You could even drizzle on some chocolate sauce or honey for added sweetness.

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Candied ginger slices.
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Did you know that ginger helps aid in digestion, reduce nausea and fight the common cold? The health benefits of ginger are seemingly endless, which is why it’s an awesome yogurt mix-in. Stir in small pieces of candied ginger or a dash of ground ginger.

Ceara Milligan
Ceara “Kiwi” Milligan is a professional marketing strategist and copywriter who is proud to call Milwaukee home. She loves baking, cooking, writing, listening to music, dancing, playing and hosting trivia, watching college basketball (Go Marquette!), telling lame jokes, and petting every dog that crosses her path.