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Easy and Sweet Protein Breakfast Cottage Cheese and Fruit Bowl

If you are looking for more energy in your day, better digestion, and more protein intake then you must start your day with Sweet Cottage Cheese Fruit bowl.
What are the health benefits from eating cottage cheese and fruit?

Cottage cheese provides your body with calcium and fruit has a variety of health benefits from fiber to lowering your risk of heart disease. You can find more information about health benefits of cottage cheese here.

What is the appeal of cottage cheese and fruit?

Cottage cheese and fruit are a great breakfast option because the subtle and lightly salty taste of cottage cheese pairs well with the various sweet and light flavors of the fruit. This breakfast option is a great start to your day because it’s light in your mouth and on your stomach! It is rich in protein and vitamin B, as well as all of the benefits fruit provides.

What fruit goes with cottage cheese?

Any sweet and tasty fruit goes with cottage cheese in this breakfast bowl. While cottage cheese provides the protein, fruit adds in carbs and sugars that help your body to function. This recipe uses various berries like strawberries, blueberries, and raspberries.


If you are looking for more energy in your day, better digestion, and more protein intake then you must start your day with a Protein Sweet Cottage Cheese Fruit Bowl. It’s one of my favorite recipes to make from simple at home ingredients!


What kind of breakfast person are you, sweet or savory?

Some of us wake up and immediately want to satisfy our sweet tooth: and that’s not a bad thing, as long as you do it with healthy and beneficial fruit. This easy and sweet breakfast bowl will definitely satisfy with the mild flavor of cottage cheese. Next, you add fruit and a drizzle of honey. Finally, it’s topped with crunchy almonds and delicious rolled oats to make the most delicious cottage cheese breakfast recipe. Cottage cheese is one of the best foods to have in the morning for a good start.

No matter your preferences, it’s important to start your day with a healthy breakfast, and this recipe is a great way to do that. It supports a high protein diet and is a great morning meal. The protein content in it is 18 grams per serving. Having a protein-packed breakfast keeps you satiated for a long time, so you can have it in the early morning and stay full until lunch.

Why breakfast is the most important meal of the day:

Your body needs a kick start in the morning, and the best way to do this is to break your nightly fast. A high protein breakfast boosts levels of energy for the day and stimulates your brain. It’s important to make a healthy choice, one that is high in healthy fats and low in processed sugars so you can have mental clarity and not suffer from a sugar crash. Many different breakfast recipes have added sugar instead of fresh fruit (for example, waffles or pancakes). Overnight oats, Greek yogurt, or other cottage cheese recipes are all good high protein foods. If you need a quick breakfast, a fruit smoothie with protein powder is the way to go.


These berry cottage cheese breakfast bowls give you so many options to mix it up!

Berries are most popular in the warmer months when they’re fresher, but if you want to enjoy them in the winter, too, don’t forget to freeze some – my family and I like doing that, so that way we can make some jam or even smoothies. If you have other fruits that you’d like to use in this recipe for different flavors, don’t hesitate to do so! A sweet summer mango or peach are great new ways to make endless combinations in this nutritious breakfast. Keep in mind that the nutrition content might change!

A bowl filled with fresh berries and cottage cheese can go along way. A low-calorie dish that is healthy and sweet. Sweet cottage cheese fruit bowl makes a great breakfast or snack option. It’s filled with protein and fiber, and will help boost your immune system. Did you know oats are an energy booster and almonds can help support healthy brain function? This recipe is so yummy and healthy!

Can I Substitute Cottage Cheese to Ricotta Cheese?

Some may not be a fan of the taste of cottage cheese. So yes, here and in most recipes you can substitute the cottage cheese to ricotta cheese, or the other way around. Keep in mind that they are slightly different in texture. Ricotta is soft, fine, moist, and grainy like. Cottage cheese on the other hand is lumpier. Both can be used in recipes like this one, or for example lasagna. Another substitute you can make is low-fat cottage cheese. If you’re on a high-fat and low-carb diet, it may not be the best option, but for others it’s definitely on the “yes” list.


What do I need to make this filling breakfast?

Cottage cheese provides your body with calcium and protein.

Blueberries contain a lot of antioxidants!

Raspberries are a good source of potassium and manganese.

Strawberries give you vitamin C and and vitamin B9.

Almonds contain a lot of vitamin E and fiber.

Rolled oats can help lower cholesterol and are high in protein.

Raw honey gives your body antioxidants and has antibacterial benefits!

For more go-to breakfast options, enjoy these simple breakfast ideas:

Baked Avocado Egg and Bacon

Homemade Breakfast Burritos with Potatoes


Easy and Sweet Breakfast Cottage Cheese and Fruit Bowl

If you are looking for more energy in your day, better digestion, and more protein intake then you must start your day with Sweet Cottage Cheese Fruit bowl.
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Course: Breakfast, Desserts, Snack
Cuisine: American
Allergy: Vegetarian
Total Time: 20 minutes
Servings: 2
Calories: 356kcal



  • 1 cup cottage cheese
  • ½ cup blueberries
  • ½ cup raspberries
  • ½ cup strawberries, sliced
  • ¼ cup almonds, sliced
  • ¼ cup rolled oats
  • 2 Tbsp raw honey


  • Combine 1 cup cottage cheese, 1/2 cup blueberries, 1/2 cup raspberries, 1/2 cup sliced strawberries, 1/4 cup sliced almonds, and 1/4 cup rolled oats.
  • Drizzle 2 Tablespoons raw honey.


Calories: 356kcal | Carbohydrates: 43g | Protein: 18g | Fat: 14g | Saturated Fat: 3g | Polyunsaturated Fat: 3g | Monounsaturated Fat: 7g | Trans Fat: 1g | Cholesterol: 18mg | Sodium: 385mg | Potassium: 412mg | Fiber: 7g | Sugar: 28g | Vitamin A: 181IU | Vitamin C: 33mg | Calcium: 156mg | Iron: 2mg

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