Keto Breakfast Granola Sundae

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  • prep time

    prep time

    4 min

  • cook time

    cook time

    6 min

  • ready time

    ready time

    10 min

Keto Breakfast Granola Sundae

45 ratings

Make this simple Keto granola sundae when you’re craving something sweet for breakfast or you want to make an extra-healthy dessert. You can whip the sundae up quickly in the morning at breakfast time or make a quick snack in between meals too. The sundae is really simple and made with Greek yogurt. The yogurt is paired with a few berries for extra sweetness and a really quick homemade granola. The granola is made with a blend of nuts and seeds toasted in a bit of coconut oil. The nuts and also the warm oil itself will flavor the yogurt in your sundae. Enjoy the sundae by the spoonful or swirl all the ingredients together for a berry-nut-yogurt mixture.

A quick note about the berries

The berries are measured in teaspoons for this recipe. For your reference, a teaspoon of raspberries is approximately two berries, while a teaspoon of blueberries is approximately three berries. If your berries are large, keep this difference in mind.

Where do my Keto fats come from?

You may think a lot of your granola sundae fat comes from the Greek yogurt in the recipe. While a little bit does, much of your fat also comes from the coconut oil used to cook the granola and the nuts and seeds in the granola themselves. Almonds, chia seeds, pumpkin seeds, and pecans all have healthy fat that is good for your Keto diet.

Save a few more carbs

You can save a few more carbs per serving by substituting erythritol sweetener with liquid stevia drops. Liquid stevia adds zero carbs per serving and is not believed to trigger an insulin response. You also don’t need to use as much liquid stevia in your recipe as you would other sweeteners.

  • Net Carbs

    3.3 g

  • Fiber

    4.4 g

  • Total Carbs

    6.7 g

  • Protein

    7.2 g

  • Fats

    13.2 g

168 cals

Keto Breakfast Granola Sundae

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Ingredients

  • Greek Yoghurt by Chobani

    Greek Yoghurt by Chobani

    2 tablespoon

  • Pecans

    Pecans

    1 tablespoon

  • Almonds

    Almonds

    ½ tablespoon

  • 100% Natural Milled Chia Seed by Chia Bia

    100% Natural Milled Chia Seed by Chia Bia

    ½ tablespoon

  • Pumpkin Seeds

    Pumpkin Seeds

    ½ tablespoon

  • Coconut Oil

    Coconut Oil

    ½ teaspoon

  • Ground Cinnamon by Tone's

    Ground Cinnamon by Tone's

    ½ tsp

  • 100% Pure Crystals Sweetener by Erythritol

    100% Pure Crystals Sweetener by Erythritol

    ½ tsp

  • Raspberries

    Raspberries

    2 teaspoon

  • Blueberries

    Blueberries

    2 teaspoon

Recipe Steps

steps 4

10 min

  • Step 1

    Roughly chop the pecans and almonds, and add them to a small mixing bowl with the chia and pumpkin seeds. Stir to combine. Add the coconut oil to a small pan over low heat with the cinnamon and erythritol.
    Step 1
  • Step 2

    Once the coconut oil has melted, swirl it to coat the pan and add the chopped nuts and seeds. Toss them around in the oil, then gently toast the nuts for 5 minutes until fragrant. Remove the pan from the heat.
    Step 2
  • Step 3

    Let the granola cool for just a couple of minutes before using it. Spoon one tablespoon of yoghurt into a sundae glass and top with half the warm granola mixture. Add two raspberries and two blueberries.
    Step 3
  • Step 4

    Spoon the remaining yoghurt over the top, and crumble the remaining granola over the top. If you have any remaining fruit, add it on top of the granola. Enjoy with a spoon.
    Step 4

Comments 29

  • Sam

    Sam 10 months ago

    I used Two Good low carb yogurt and modified the recipe with a full serving of that. Filling and delicious. Felt less like a diet food and more like an indulgence.

    • LizPepper

      LizPepper a year ago

      Made this this morning and after reading the reviews, made a double serving. Was quite good!!

      • LizPepper

        LizPepper a year ago

        Made this again this morning. Continues to be my favorite Keto granola. Just enough sweetness and all the chewing helps to keep me fuller longer. I doubled the recipe again which I think is necessary.

    • mommytimi24@googlemail.com

      mommytimi24@googlemail.com a year ago

      Still hungry after this mini serving,tastes good but doesmt mame sence if you dont want to starve...lol

      • GryphonGlobe

        GryphonGlobe a year ago

        Not very satisfying. What was there was good

        • SpectacularRadish209551

          SpectacularRadish209551 2 years ago

          This isn’t exactly granola so I added a bottom layer of improvised granola balls (oats, peanutbutter, coconut flakes and maple syrup). The coconut oil roasted nuts smell amazing! 1 serving was very little indeed so I added a bit more yogurt (4 spoons per serving) and also added a handful of frozen berries to the pan! The final result tasted amazing (although not very keto 😅)

          • SuperRadish826963

            SuperRadish826963 2 years ago

            Delicious. I cut back on other things so I can double my serving.

            • Lisa

              Lisa 2 years ago

              I used ration keto vanilla yogurt and added the toppings. Tasted like dessert

              • LavenderBlueDilly

                LavenderBlueDilly 3 years ago

                One other comment… The size parfait glass being used in the pictures Is too large and gives the impression that you’re going to actually get more or that what’s in there looks so small. I would suggest taking new pictures and using a smaller container that holds the serving. Still delicious though.

                • LavenderBlueDilly

                  LavenderBlueDilly 3 years ago

                  Downgraded this one star because the way it’s written there is just not enough to eat. I made up enough for 5 servings and then divided it in half setting one container in the fridge for another day and eating the other for breakfast. So 1 serving for me was 2 1/2 servings. It is delicious. I found a singleserve container of plain Chobani yogurt and used that for the recipe. I just divided the 5 ounce and some odd bit over between two 1 cup containers.

                  • Dmendez8

                    Dmendez8 2 months ago

                    How do you even measure a teaspoon of berries lol!

                • FortuitousArugula601745

                  FortuitousArugula601745 3 years ago

                  Very small portion, even with 2 servings for a total of 4 Oz! I was left wanting more.

                  • Johncin01

                    Johncin01 3 years ago

                    Agreed

                • Zeussolino

                  Zeussolino 3 years ago

                  This is very good BUT: 2 teaspoons of blueberries and of raspberries were, for me, 3 blue and 1 rasp. Any of you with same problem?

                  • Shaylee

                    Shaylee 3 years ago

                    Ok there are some portion increases that need to be done on this. 1/4 tap of raspberry is literally one raspberry. I recommend increasing the yogurt, coconut oil and the fruit. Also maybe 1/8 tsp of vanilla. It’s lacking a little with flavor. So today I reworked this a little bit I added more fruit I added an eighth of a teaspoon of vanilla are used 3.5 ounces of Greek yogurt full fat- It taste so much better and the only criticism I have is the chai seed I feel like that should be a quarter instead of half because it has such a strong flavor

                    • MarvellousMacadamia411959

                      MarvellousMacadamia411959 3 years ago

                      Yummy, I cooked my seeds 5 minutes it might have been a minute to long. Still yummy

                      • Ivy

                        Ivy 3 years ago

                        Delicious.!

                        • Andrea

                          Andrea 4 years ago

                          Heavenly, but change the name -- it isn't exactly granola. I added blackberries instead of blueberries. Replaced pumpkin seed with sunflower seeds. Add a couple of strawberries for sweetness.

                          • Sonia

                            Sonia 4 years ago

                            I didn’t find it satisfying.. 😞

                            • Vickzter89

                              Vickzter89 4 years ago

                              We should be able to remove or Substitute items on this app . That way if I don’t add the pumpkin seeds or replace with some other seed I have a can still keep on track with my nutritional goals.

                              • GorgeousKale271495

                                GorgeousKale271495 3 years ago

                                Keep getting an error in the app when I try to edit the recipe in my foods

                              • SkinnyDee

                                SkinnyDee 3 years ago

                                I'm pretty new to Premium, plus I'm working with the new App now... But you're looking for "Duplicate Recipe" to get it to copy to "My Foods".

                              • Tynirychake

                                Tynirychake 3 years ago

                                Thank you SO much for that tip!! Lifesaving!!

                              • recipewriter

                                recipewriter 4 years ago

                                Hi guys, as Lora has said you can copy to My Foods, and from there you can edit the recipe including the macros. Hope this helps.

                              • EBO

                                EBO 4 years ago

                                I hope the right person sees your comment because I feel the same way!

                              • Lora

                                Lora 4 years ago

                                Just go to the 3 little dots in the corner and click on “copy to my foods”. When you open the recipe in my foods and click on the 3 little dots again there will be an edit option where you can customize the recipe.

                            • Christine

                              Christine 4 years ago

                              This breakfast is absolutely delicious. At first I was a little shocked at how small the portion was, but no need to worry. I could eat this (and probably will) everyday for breakfast!

                              • WorkingSLim

                                WorkingSLim 4 years ago

                                This is filling. I left off the almond nuts. I will definitely add this my favorite

                                • recipewriter

                                  recipewriter 4 years ago

                                  Glad you like it :)