Get all French and fancy with your breakfast! Thus yogurt creme brulee tastes like dessert but is actually totally wholesome.

yogurt creme brulee

There is something very satisfying about whipping out your mini blowtorch before you’ve had your morning coffee.

Satisfying and dangerous, now that I think about it. Should I be trusted to do anything before coffee? Doubtful.

But…if I can do it, you can do it.

REALLY. I believe in you.

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Greek yogurt is my breakfast go-to on a regular basis. It’s easy, it’s quick, it’s high in protein, and you can pretty much adapt it to whatever flavors you’re craving.

But sometimes it tastes a little bit…too good.ย Too wholesome.ย Too playing-by-the-rules.

Those days you have to dare to be different. Throw a thin even layer of sugar on top of your yogurt bowl and torch it to melty caramelized sugar bliss.

And if that doesn’t sound like heaven to you, we might have to reassess our best friend-ship. Really.

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Lately the Greek yogurt I’ve been reaching for to fill my breakfast needs is one from the Chobani Oats line. With 10 grams of protein and 10 grams of whole grains in every container, they are such an easy and convenient way to make sure I’m starting off my morning with the right kind of fuel. Not to mention, they just came out with two new fabulous flavors – Raisin Brown Sugar and Peach – that I can’t get enough of. However, I’ve yet to meet a Chobani flavor that I didn’t love especially since, no matter the variety, each and everyย cup of Chobani Greek Yogurt is made with fresh milk from cows not treated with rBST and proudly contains no artificial sweeteners, preservatives or flavors. It’s America’s #1 Greek yogurt brand for a reason!

I like to stir a little bit of extra fruit into my creme brulees because that’s just how I roll, especially since I feel like I’m going to blink and it will all of a sudden be out of season, but you should go wherever your heart takes you on this.

Or you could just creme brulee as is. No one would blame you.

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Yogurt Creme Brulee
 
Get all French and fancy with your breakfast! Thus yogurt creme brulee tastes like dessert but is actually totally wholesome.
Yield: 1 yogurt creme brulee
Ingredients
  • 1 (5.3-6 oz) container Greek yogurt
  • a few slices of fruit of your choice
  • ½ tbsp sugar
Instructions
  1. Combine the Greek yogurt and fruit in a ramekin. Sprinkle with the sugar. Heat with a blowtorch until the sugar is melted and caramelized.
Notes
An Eats Well With Others Original
Nutrition Information
Serving size: 1 creme brulee

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40 Responses to Yogurt Creme Brulee

  1. Quick, easy and delicious..what’s not to love?!

  2. I love how quick and easy this is! Haha, getting your blow torch out in the morning is always the sign of a good day.

  3. Oh maaaan. Creme brulee for breakfast?? Complete with the blowtorch and EVERYTHING?! Pretty sure my Friday-centered mind and appetite can handle that. ๐Ÿ˜‰

  4. I am currently eating every peach in sight before the local ones disappear and are replaced by the coming pumpkin storm. Love this breakfast. LOVE.

  5. Those peaches on top look heavenly! Love the greek yogurt in here ๐Ÿ™‚ Pinning!

  6. Oh, clever! Do you think this would work under the broiler?

  7. Lynn says:

    The blow torch part sounds fun – I’ve always wanted to make creme brulee and this sounds like a good way to try something similar.

  8. SallyBR says:

    Love this! I actually made this once, not exactly with the combination of fruit you used, but my photos turned out so bad I never included in the blog

    I must re-visit this idea!

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  9. Heather says:

    I think I need a blowtorch… I’d feel like a badass whipping out my blowtorch to fancy up my yogurt on the weekend. ๐Ÿ˜‰

  10. Julia says:

    I love all the things caramelized and this simple treat looks soooo good! I must eat all the peaches before they go out of season!

  11. You are one brave girl to play with your blowtorch before your cuppa coffee! I might confuse the ends! Oooops and Ouch!
    And yogurt creme brulee??? Now my morning yogurt can be exciting!

  12. You sure know how to class up breakfast!!

  13. My fridge is full of those yogurts. I love them for breakfast. How creative to make a creme brulee with them. I have to try this!

  14. This is so brilliant!!! I neeeeed a blowtorch.

  15. Mira says:

    This is genius! Can’t wait to try it! Love the idea!

  16. Pam says:

    What a great idea!!!! It looks fantastic.

  17. I need a new blow torch so I can make this for breakfast ๐Ÿ™‚

  18. asha Shiv says:

    Now that’s a breakfast I do not mind waking up too. Creative and crazy good.
    Blow torch in the morning, hey, I’m in.

  19. cheri says:

    This is brilliant Joanne!

  20. You are pretty darn genius, my friend! I love creme brulee… mostly because I am obsessed with using my torch ๐Ÿ™‚ but it also is delicious. BUT BUT BUT creme brulee made out of yogurt? AWESOME! Love this! Pinned! Cheers to a fabulous weekend!

  21. What a great idea! I’d love to start my day with creme brulee!

  22. amanda says:

    Oh my word! These look AMAZING!

  23. I’m so glad you believe in me because I’m not sure I could be trusted with a mini blowtorch before coffee…I just might have to give it a try. This looks divine!

  24. Kate says:

    I’ve had creme brulee oatmeal dozens of times, but never creme brulee yogurt!

  25. What a fantastic idea!! I seriously need a mini blowtorch…

  26. Sarah says:

    Woah this is a GREAT idea!! I am definitely going to try this one. (although this will involve me purchasing a blow-torch which may be a public safety hazard. Stay tuned…)

  27. easypeasy says:

    Creme brulee for breakfast?! Sounds like the best breakfast ever!!! ๐Ÿ™‚

  28. Tina says:

    I don’t have a blow torch so now I feel so screwed! Wow, you brought an international twist to breakfast, love it. Peach season is always way too short, don’t you think?

  29. As you say – Joanne – there’s nothing not to like about this:-)

  30. I’m getting out the blow torch now.

  31. sneha says:

    Hey.,You are one brave girl to play with your blowtorch before your cuppa coffee! I might confuse the ends! Oooops and Ouch!

  32. Kelly says:

    Creme brulee for breakfast? So fun!! Totally loving this idea!

  33. Baking Tuts says:

    YES!! PLEASE! Just send me the pan. I will wash it before I send it back. ๐Ÿ™‚

  34. mjskit says:

    This is certainly an ingenious and delicious looking treat!!!

  35. Zainab says:

    Ahhhh! What a great idea!! And I love the oats line ๐Ÿ™‚

  36. Hotly Spiced says:

    I love Chobani yoghurt. This is a lovely, simple recipe and would make a great mid-week dessert. I meant to tell you in your last Wednesday post that the book, ‘Big Little Lies’ is set in a part of Sydney where I used to live. It’s exactly as Liane describes in her book especially with the mix of people from bankers to hippies xx

  37. OMG! Yogurt Creme brulee for breakfast? Why not? SO much yes to this stunning looking delicious breakfast. YUM!

  38. Susan says:

    What a wonderful idea! Creme brulee goes down as one of my all-time winners in the dessert category. I know I’d love this.

  39. This new Chobani sounds really good! We ‘ll have to get some. Lol… about the blowtorch – you are hilarious Joanne!

  40. I LOVE these creme brรปlรฉes!! AND I love Chobani. AND we just raided Bed Bath and Beyond to complete our kitchen and I just realised that we do not have a mini torcher!!!! Be right back.

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