Easy Breakfast Vegan Unicorn Yogurt Pot


Good morning everyone 🙂

Assuming it is morning if you’re looking up a yogurt recipe! Unless you’re that kind of person that doesn’t live by the rules and eats breakfast for dinner and vice versa (we’ve all been there) and in which case I admire your attitude.

This is a recipe I came up with spontaneously and served it à La Minute. Displayed on the legendary Dr Greger’s ‘How Not To Die’ book (give it a read if you haven’t! ).

The recipe only requires a few simple ingredients and makes your breakfast or snack a lil more interesting!

This recipe is also perfect to pre-prepare so your fridge is stocked up with a few of these unicorn pots in the week and you can grab one whenever you like!





  • Alpro Plain Yogurt
  • Vegan granola (Here I used Country Crisp Nut Cereal)
  • Chlorella Powder
  • Tumeric Powder
  • Any red berry powder (I used Sense* for busy lives as I have received a sample)
  • Vanilla extract
  • Chia seeds
  • Nuts (optional)

Simple How To:

  1. Spread the yogurt into 3 mixing bowls. Use more than one yogurt pot if you are pre-prepping.
  2. Mix at least 1tsp per portion of Chlorella, Tumeric and Berry powder into separate bowls. If you want the colour to be more intense, 1 and a half or 2tsp will work.
  3. Add 2-3 drops of vanilla extract to each mixture.
  4. Start decorating! Use a small transparent glass and pour each mixture slowly so they do not leak into each other. Make sure to measure out equal portions for each colour.
  5. Layer one colour with some chia seeds.
  6. Sprinkle a good portion of granola on top et voila! You have made your own unicorn pot. Enjoy!



Paulina x

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