I was running late one day, as you do, and didn’t have time to make breakfast, so decided to pick some up along the way. I ran into the closest shop – which conveniently was planet organic – and snatched up a yogurt and granola pot.
I didn’t have the highest of hopes, after-all it was pretty simple, but as I had a spoonful my eyes got bigger and I promptly shoved some into my friends mouth so she could try it as well. A simple yogurt pot tasted incredibly delicious. Creamy, cold and sweet. Like a cheesecake, my friend proclaimed, so it was in that moment that I decided I’d make my own – and give it a delicious oat-y base that the shop one lacked. Version 2.0, if you will.
I know, I may be a little weird-o who gets über excited about yogurt jars, but I can’t help it. It has got creaminess and it has got crunch. My life is complete.
You can most definitely make this vegan or not, it’s completely up to you. It just depends on what yogurt you buy, so I would recommend vegan coconut yogurt as it would go well with the coconut on the base, but do what you gotta do. Just make sure the yogurt isn’t too watery or it’ll loose some of its decadence.
I have a thing for jars, and given the opportunity will shove any food into it and marvel at how cute it always looks. I got mine pretty cheap online, though if you find yourself currently jar-less than a simple glass cup or even small bowl will do as you can always cling film the top or place a plate over it to keep it from taking in any flavours lingering in your refrigerator.