Dec 20

Greek Yogurt Mousse with ‘Graham Cracker’ Crust

This is a breakfast food.

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Even with all the mousse and ‘graham cracker’ crust…it’s a breakfast or supa fun snack.  All we’ve got going on here is 5 ingredients: greek yogurt (protein), coconut flour (fiber), Kashi cereal (high protein), bananas (hello, it’s a fruit) and pecans (healthy fats). Seeee??!  All acceptable breakfast things.

I’m obsessively obsessed with this Cinnamon Crumble Kashi cereal.  It tastes like a graham cracker and I can’t get over it.  I don’t think I’ve ever poured a bowl of cereal without eating an extra handful of cereal.  That goes for all cereals, not just this one. 

I think this crust is becoming a ‘thing’ in my life.  I’ve had it 2 days in a row and am already dreaming of how to make it thicker so I can make some kind of delicious bars out of it.  TBD…i’ll let you know.

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This is my absolute favorite kind of recipe.  Something uber simple that requires zilch cooking.  It’s what I’m all about.  And some mornings I just want something dessert-y.  Especially during the holiday season when desserts are everywhere.  I took my grandma to the shoe store the other day and they gave us shortbread cookies + truffles when we left.  It’s a happy world we live in, isn’t it? What a wonderful thing when you get rewarded for purchasing sensible shoes.

My mom’s birthday was Wednesday.  I made her the driest chocolate cake in the entire world.  I still don’t know what happened.  She (as mothers do) said she loved it.  I think that has something to do with the whole, “face only a mother could love” thing.  It wasn’t exactly the grand ‘thank you’ I had planned for her for putting up with my wedding planning moodiness.

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We are one week + one day away from wedding day.  The only drama lately was that I thought a champagne glass was called a ‘champagne fluke’.  That is false.  It’s a ‘champagne flute‘.  That’s why nothing was coming up on pinterest.  Annoying.  Someone make me some champagne flutes that look like these but are more flute-y. 

Speaking of alcohol things, I have never been more excited that Andrew loves Guinness as much as he does.  This gold + Guinness combo.  How pretty.

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I’m having an outdoor wedding.  Have I told you this?  I’m sure I have, mainly because I tell everyone because I’m terrified someone is going to show up in a tiny dress and freeze their buns off.  In Houston this week it’s been sunny and 65 degrees.  Perfect wedding weather.  But I hear rumors of rain and cold weather heading our way.  If it rains/is freezing, we have a backup plan.  It sucks.  But it’d be fine if that’s what it came down to.  Ugh.  I hope it doesn’t come down to that.

But if it does come down to that, I think I should have a little stash of this greek yogurt mousse + graham cracker crust nearby.  Mainly because I don’t think there is a situation in which this recipe wouldn’t make me happier.

Greek Yogurt Mousse with Graham Cracker Crust (7 of 8)

Greek Yogurt Mousse with 'Graham Cracker' Crust
  1. 1/2 cup Kashi Cinnamon Crumble Cereal (should be ~1/4 cup after grinding)
  2. 1/2 small banana (~2 tbsp, mashed)
  3. 3 tablespoon coconut flour
  4. 4-6 ounces vanilla greek yogurt (I used Chobani)
  5. Toppings: 1 Tbsp chopped pecans (I used salted/roasted)
  1. In a food processor, grind cereal until a flour is formed. Pour into a small bowl and stir in mashed banana. Combine until well incorporated. Spread this 'graham cracker' crust into the bottom of a small ramekin. Cover and place in the freezer while your prepare the mousse.
  2. In a bowl, combine coconut flour and greek yogurt. If using a 6-oz container of yogurt, start with half of it and gradually add more until your desired thickness/thinness is reached. I added ~4oz of greek yogurt.
  3. Remove the crust from the freezer and top with mousse. Add chop pecans, if desired. Grab a spoon and eat.
Serves 1
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9 comments on “Greek Yogurt Mousse with ‘Graham Cracker’ Crust”

  1. This looks delicious! I was wondering what brand of coconut flour you prefer? Sometimes it seems like coconut flour is a bit gritty when I mix it with yogurt but I didn’t know if maybe the brand you use is a bit finer and smoother. Thanks for the recipe!

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  4. Um, this is amazing!! I love your creativity, I want to make this!

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  6. Is there anything you can substitute for the coconut flour?? Would oat flour work? Thank you!

  7. So very delicious! Thank you for sharing this recipe!
    I used rolled oats, spelt flour and some spices instead of the cereal and that worked wonderfully as well :)

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