Weetabix Biscuits Greek Yogurt Blueberries Breakfast

Weetabix Biscuits Greek Yogurt Blueberries Breakfast

By Dr Joe

On one of those lazy mornings when you cannot be bothered to do any cooking or you may be running late for work, here is a nice breakfast idea to give you that early morning boost before you hit the road.

Even if you don’t want to hit the road, you can still have this breakfast and lounge around the house doing absolutely nothing. Laziness is not to be encouraged mind you. But you are allowed one lazy day every now and again.

So here’s a lazy breakfast to get your day going.

It’s a Weetabix biscuit Greek Yogurt and blueberry breakfast.

What you need (Ingredients):

Weetabix biscuits X 2
Greek Yogurt 250 g
Blueberry fruits 150 g
A cup of coffee to match (optional)



Weetabix Nutritional information for 2 Biscuits

Calories 136 kcal
Fat 0.8 g
Saturated fat 0.2 g
Carbohydrates 26 g
Sugar 1.7 g
Fibre 3.8 g
Protein 4.5 g
Salt 0.10 g
Vitamin B1 (Thiamine) 0.35 g
Vitamin B2 (Riboflavin) 0.45 g
Niacin 5.3 g
Folic acid 64 mcg
Iron 4.5 mg


Greek Yogurt Nutritional information

tesco greek yogurt

Below is nutritional information for 100 g which is 1 serving:

Calories 62 kcal
Fat 0.3 g
Saturated fat 0.2 g
Carbohydrate 5.5 g
Sugars 5.5 g
Protein 9.3 g
Salt 0.3 g


Blueberries Nutritional Information


What kind of nutririon do you get from 100g of blueberries fruits

Calories 51 kcal
Fat <0.5 g
Saturated fat <0.1 g
Polyunsaturated fat 0.1 g
Total Carbohydrates 14 g
Sugars 9.1 g
Fibre 2.4 g
Protein 0.7 g
Salt <0.01 g


Micronutrients in blue berries include Vitamin C, Vitamin B6, Iron, Magnesium and Vitamin A

How to make this lazy Greek Yogurt blueberry breakfast:

1. Place 2 weetabix biscuits in a bowl
2. Scoop in your Greek Yogurt about 250 gm of it
3. Splash in your blueberries

Sit back and enjoy!

When I tested this recipe on myself, I got a blood sugar level of 5.1 mmol/l  (91.8mg/dl) at 1 hour post-meal. That’s well within the healthy range. For me, this is a healthy breakfast that suits your metabolic health. Obviously if you have blood glucose testing kit, you may want to test it on yourself to get your own customized result.

The 250 gm of Greek yogurt represents 2 and half serving. I believe 1 serving of 100 gm of Greek Yogurt is too small for a grown adult. Hence I go for the 2 servings and a half.

How much of the Greek yogurt you need would depend on your habitus and your energy needs for the day. Maybe one and a half serving might be okay for you. Maybe you need 3 servings. Work out how much you need and by all means, go for it.

Think of this as one of your longevity-inspired designed recipes and judging by the blood glucose levels, it is not a glucose-spiking food by any stretch.