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Stuffed Cantaloupe for Breakfast

Megan Ostler, Michelle Alley

TOTAL TIME:5 min

I’ve always been big into eating Greek yogurt topped with berries and granola for a quick no-cook breakfast, but using a cantaloupe as a bowl turns a normal breakfast into something new, exciting, and delicious! The yogurt makes it creamy, and you get a touch of sweetness with the fruit. Plus, anything that cuts down on washing dishes is a winner in my book!

PREP TIME:5 min
COOK TIME:0 min
TOTAL TIME:5 min
SERVES:1
Ingredients

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          Nutrition per serving
          480 CALS
          28 G
          81 G
          7 G
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          AMOUNT PER SERVING% DAILY VALUE
          Calories
          480
          From Fat
          60
          Total fat
          7g
          11%
          Saturated Fat
          2.5g
          13%
          Cholesterol
          15mg
          5%
          Sodium
          150mg
          6%
          Carbohydrate
          81g
          27%
          Dietary fiber
          8g
          32%
          Sugar
          57g
          Protein
          28g
          Directions
          1. Slice the cantaloupe in half, then scoop out the seeds.
          2. Fill the hallowed center of the cantaloupe with yogurt.
          3. Sprinkle with granola and blueberries.
          Nutrition per serving
          480 CALS
          28 G
          81 G
          7 G
          SEE MORE
          AMOUNT PER SERVING% DAILY VALUE
          Calories
          480
          From Fat
          60
          Total fat
          7g
          11%
          Saturated Fat
          2.5g
          13%
          Cholesterol
          15mg
          5%
          Sodium
          150mg
          6%
          Carbohydrate
          81g
          27%
          Dietary fiber
          8g
          32%
          Sugar
          57g
          Protein
          28g

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