Breakfast berry jars to go

Blueberries, strawberry yoghurt and granola

I love making berry breakfast jars to go.

My husband never gets organised in time in morning for breakfast before he leaves for work. Not ever. So one morning after I’d had my own lovely fruit, berry and granola breakfast I decided to pack him some up too. A plastic box looked mightily unappealing so I found a little glass jar and piled it it all in. It looked rather lovely , held a good amount and the lid made it totally portable.

I have done a few variations of the berry breakfast jars now. I just make him on e up at the same time as I make my breakfast and pop itย  in the fridge for him to grab and go.

Love the fact I can he can just rinse the jar out at night and it can be used again and again. I use a big tub of yoghurt too which keeps cost and packaging down.


Fat free strawberry yogurt (though you could use any flavour)

Berries (strawberries, raspberries, blueberries)

Granola (I like Dorset Cereal simply nut granola)

Peach and passion fruit yogurt and granola


Simply spoon in layers of each, I use about 1/3 of each but if you prefer more berries or granola then go for it. I tend to start with granola and end with fruit and end up with several layers in between.ย  Best eaten fresh on the day.

Breakfast is a key part of the day and this is a super healthy breakfast that can be grabbed and eaten on the commute or at the desk. It also make a lovely snack. Enjoy!

breakfast berry jars




  1. June 2, 2015 / 8:04 pm

    Oh boy, these look delicious and are perfect for so many different occasions, i’d use them when we get up really early to go holiday, when it’s a long journey I pack us a breakfast we can eat along the road. Dan’t couldn’t have this one (unless I hand fed him #awkward) but us girls could ๐Ÿ™‚
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  2. June 2, 2015 / 6:00 pm

    These look delicious and are so handy for lunch breaks too. Love berries and granola, especially when the berries are still a little frozen. Mango is super delicious too x
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