Berry, Oat And Yogurt Breakfast Mousse Recipe

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On a healthy eating drive? It takes just a few minutes to whip up a breakfast like this and the result is a delicious and satisfying bowlful that tastes like a treat, yet has loads of nutritional benefits. And thanks to the high protein content in the yogurt and the low-GI oats, you’ll feel full all morning. 

This breakfast is a great choice if you’re following our weight loss meal plan for women or weight loss diet plan for men. Prefer to blitz up your breakfast and drink it? Head over to our best smoothie recipes

Berry, Oat And Yogurt Breakfast Mousse Recipe

311 calories

Ingredients (Serves One)

  • 200g summer fruits (fresh or frozen)
  • 200g natural live yogurt
  • 25g oats


Whip the yoghurt and mash the summer fruits (defrosted if frozen) with a fork. Stir the oats and fruit into the yoghurt.


We ran the ingredients through Myfitnesspal, one of the best weight-loss apps for calorie counting, to get approximate nutritional quantities.

One serving of this breakfast mousse comes in at 311 calories. It contains 37g of carbohydrate, providing you with energy to start the day, 15g of protein, 11g of fat, of which 6g is saturated fat, and finally, it contains 9g of fibre. 

Why Should You Eat It?

Summer fruits such as strawberries, raspberries, blueberries, redcurrants and blackberries are a good source of vitamin C, vitamin A, iron and potassium. Oats are low-sugar, low-fat and low GI – all of which properties help your body to balance blood sugar spikes. Yogurt contains probiotics, which can help balance the good and bad bacteria in the gut.

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Lucy Miller
Former editor

Lucy Miller is an experienced journalist who has worked across a range of health and fitness titles. She was the fitness and nutrition editor at Men’s Fitness UK, and has also been fitness editor of both Health & Fitness UK and Women’s Fitness UK. Lucy qualified as a NASM-certified personal trainer and nutritionist in 2008.