{Brunch Idea} Yogurt Bar

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Yogurt Bar

Hosting a party soon?! Whether it’s a baby shower, wedding shower, or simple neighborhood brunch, a YOGURT BAR is a sweet + creative food station to set up for guests. Not only is it easy but healthy too!

Yogurts: Greek Yogurt, Fresh Plain Yogurt, Vanilla Yogurt, Strawberry Yogurt, etc.
Fresh Fruit: raspberries, strawberries, sliced bananas, blueberries, sliced mango, etc.
Granola: Cinnamon Granola, Almond Granola, Honey Pecan GranolaWe suggest including a variety of fresh fruits (raspberries
Spices: Cinnamon, Pumpkin Pie Spice, Nutmeg
Nuts: sliced almonds, chopped pecans, macadamia nuts, walnuts, pistachios, etc.
Sweet Extras: mini chocolate chips, mini m&ms, honey, peanut butter, nutella

yogurt bar

Simple white bowls atop pretty doilies make the perfect display for your DIY Yogurt Bar! Simple place cards help guests pick their flavors! Or use various china bowls for a “mix-match” look.

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Provide guests with glass flutes (even wine glasses will do the trick) and mini spoons for creating their perfect yogurt treat! I love this display (photo above) from Steph Modo.

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  1. this is such a brilliant idea! and now (for the first time in my life i think) i am positively craving yogurt!!! :)

  2. OMG…I love this idea. Gonna have to incorporate it into our Staff Appreciation Events for the upcoming school year. How FUN!

  3. I love this idea! It would be really great for so many occasions.

  4. So cute!! I was just looking for brunch ideas too, great timing! ;)

  5. love that you featured this. this is the regular at my house.
    we buy huge tubs of yogurt & my kids know they can have it as a snack, meal, etc.
    also consider adding pureed fruit here, the kids love to swirl it,
    kashi cereals, they are super high in fiber & so yummy with yogurt. My fav is the go lean thats plain – looks like rabbit food [8g of fiber] & blackberries or pureed blackberries. YUM!
    You can also use yogurt partially frozen as a substitute for ice cream, kids love that too, so do adults.

    & we even use yogurt to make our french toast. SO good! & great for you!

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  7. Hi, did you make all the granola yourself?

    1. Hi Akilah! This was a party feature so we just shared the party idea and did not throw this party ourself. You could certainly make your own granola or buy store-bought though! Both great options!

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