• Julie

    This is just such a fun recipe and just as you said, very easy. I have the ingredients on hand and will try it now for breakfast. 🙂

    • This is a great recipe for both dessert and breakfast. I sometimes use my homemade granola in place of the walnuts. Enjoy. 🙂

  • Jon Jefferson

    Great recipe, I love the simple ones. Food really doesn’t have to be as complicated as the French claim it to be…

    • Hi Jon, That is so true, It really comes done to the quality and then simplicity. 🙂

  • Martin Casper

    Looks quite nice. I used to eat greek yogurt and honey quite a bit. Adding nuts would really add an interesting texture.

    • Hi Martin, Adding nuts really adds a nice crunch and some interest. It’s a yummy addition. 🙂

  • Jeannette Santino

    Love this. I would use pecans instead and maybe natural maple syrup. Makes for a great treat when we want something sweet, but don’t want to go the high-carb-junk-food route.

    • Hi Jeannette, Oh, I do love pecans. That would a great way to have this as a variation. I also agree with you that it can replace a high carb junk food item. 🙂

  • When I lived in Athens for a while we used to go out to the islands in our spare time. Loved to wake up on a beautiful island and start the day with Greek youghurt, honey and fruit. Will try your dessert version….

    • Hi Catarina, That sounds like heaven. I can’t wait to hear what you think and if it brings back some great memories. 🙂

  • A little heavy on the yoghurt for my taste, but it looks very healthy. Both yoghurt and honey contain enzymes not produced by the human body that are very good for digestion.

    • Hi There, That is another good reason to have this as a dessert or for breakfast. :-))

  • it is easy one and a healthy one for sure.

    • Hi Binbu, It really is and I know you would enjoy it. 🙂

  • This one will definitely make it on my Pinterest board. I’m a Greek Yogurt fanatic ever since getting my first taste in Athens. Up until then I didn’t have a clue about yogurt. I’m hooked on honey from Savannah Bee Company. They have a store in Savannah and Charleston, but also a website for orders.

    • Hi Jeri, That would do it all right. Fresh greek Yogurt is to die for. That is awesome. Savannah Bee honey is amazing and you are so luck to have it so close by. 🙂

  • thechicagofilmsnob

    Over the last year, I’ve really gotten into greek yogurt. This looks absolutely amazing and am definitely going to try my hand at it.

    • Hi Simon, How cool, I love greek yogurt and this is one of my main go to dishes when I want something sweet and healthy. 🙂

  • Looks like another winner! 🙂

  • Adrienne Jones

    That does look good. I love walnuts and honey.

    • Hey There Adrienne, It is and I just know you’d love it.

  • I adore Greek yogurt. My favorite is Chobani which is produced right here in my home state New York — upstate. They are opening a production facility out west so it should be more widely available. I like Fage but Chobani has it beat by a mile. Delicious recipe that I will try.

    • Hi Jeannette, I would love to try that Greek yogurt. I’ll keep an eye out for. Have fun with this recipe. 🙂

      • Hi Jeannette, I found Chobani today at one of my grocery stores. I can’t wait the try it.

  • Bethany Lee

    I do not usually use greek yogurt, but i will picl some up for this one. I like to take plain yogurt, nuts and frozen berries, pack it in the morning for my three oclock snack. By three oclock the berries have melted beautifully and its a great afternoon snack!

    • Hi Bethany, If you like regular yogurt, you will love Greek yogurt. You combination sounds yummy. I can’t wait here what you think when you try this. 🙂

  • Kelly Wade

    This sound right up my alley. Lately I’ve been using plain greek yogurt for so many different things- making homemade creamy salad dressing, in my tuna fish instead of mayo, and when I want a sweet treat I add some brown sugar or honey to it. I also love walnuts so this combination sounds delicious! Thanks for sharing a healthy and simple dessert like this, it doesn’t take a ton of sugar or chocolate to satisfy a sweet tooth!

    • Hi Kelly, I knew you would like this recipe. :-). You’re right, Greek yogurt has so many uses. When it comes to needing something sweet, this does the trick nicely. 🙂

  • Jennifer Woodard

    Susan,

    I am going to give this recipe a try, I love greek yogurt and enjoy finding new ways to eat besides just as yogurt with some added fruit. Thanks for the recipe, I also love Jacque Pepin

    Jenn

    • Hi Jennifer, That is very cool! Jacque Pepin is the best. 🙂 Let me know what you think when you do. 🙂

  • I do not like Greek yoghurt and yes I have tired it I am not just saying I don’t like it like I say I am allergic to onions…………………lol

    • LOL… Jo-Anne. That was too funny. I don’t like raw onions at all either.

  • Doreen Pendgracs

    What a gorgeous pic, Susan! Simple and simply delicious!

    I adore Greek yogurt and it is the only kind of yogurt I’ll now buy. I never thought of turning it into a healthy dessert like this. Thanks!

    • Hi Doreen, Thank you. :). I also love Greek yogurt. It has such a great taste and texture, not to mention, many uses. 🙂

  • Oh, this looks beyond delish. I keep meaning to try Greek yogurt and finally I have an excuse. It’s supposed to be so good for you and I love traditional yogurt. Also I just bought some Cuban (!) honey which would make this somewhat international … : ))

    • Hi Krystyna, If you like traditional yogurt, you will love Greek yogurt. Pairing it with Cuban honey sounds very cool. Enjoy. 🙂

  • Devon

    Yum!! And super easy to make. I like that combo. Thanks for sharing!

    • Hi Devon, Me too. I love simple in any way. Enjoy. 🙂

  • A Better You

    That dish looks so good I want to make it right now!

  • I stopped buying yogurt a few years ago when I learned how to make my own home made yogurt. It’s so tasty and creamy and I use it to make a delicious breakfast recommended by Dr. Oz: a smashed banana, yogurt, walnuts, oat flakes, wheat germs, honey, blackberries etc. It’s Heaven on Earth, trust me! 😀

    • Hi Laura, I too make my own when I have time. It’s the best. Do you make Greek Yogurt? if you do that would be amazing in this recipe. 🙂

      • Well…I have no idea whether my yogurt recipe is Greek or Romanian..I know it from my grandmother and the result is great :D..Yes, I will certainly use my yogurt with this recipe of yours, Susan.

        • Hi Laura, I bet that yogurt is amazing. I am certain it would only enhance this recipe. 🙂

  • Nami

    This does look yummy. I love plain Greek yogurt but my kids only eat flavored – perhaps this could be a compromise?

    • Hi Nami, It is and it just might do the trick. It never hurt to try. 🙂

  • HomeJobsbyMOM

    This looks like it tastes amazing!!

    • Hi Krystle, I know this would be something you would enjoy. 🙂

  • angelgenius27

    Wow! I have to try this!!!!

    • Hi Angel, You’ll love how good and how easy it is. :-)))

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  • Tara Huber

    This looks really good