Greek Yogurt with Warm Berry Sauce

Greek Yogurt with Warm Berry Sauce

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Recipes that can be eaten for breakfast AND dessert.

I can’t even begin to tell you how wonderful this Greek yogurt with warm berry sauce is. It is super easy to prepare and does not contain very much sugar which makes it a great option for breakfast or dessert. I could just eat the sauce with a spoon as is. Also, look how pretty it is!! It’s happiness in a bowl!

In fact, it’s very possible I did eat it with a spoon right out of the pan. It’s also possible that I burned the s*&# out of my tongue…I really have no patience whatsoever.

The sauce is just perfect to balance out the tanginess of the Greek yogurt. It would also be so good stirred into a bowl of oatmeal. If you want a more indulgent treat, serve this sauce over ice cream! It would also be the perfect topping for pancakes or waffles! It’s all good either way and so very simple! But maybe take my advice and don’t eat it out of the pan when scalding hot…

Greek Yogurt with Warm Berry Sauce

Yield: 4 servings

Greek Yogurt with Warm Berry Sauce

Greek Yogurt with Warm Berry Sauce

This Greek yogurt with homemade warm berry sauce is the perfect breakfast or dessert!

Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 10 minutes
Total Time 15 minutes


  • 1 1/3 cups frozen mixed berries (or any blend of berries you prefer)
  • 1/4 cup sugar
  • 1/2 cup water
  • 2 tbs. lemon juice
  • 1 tbs. butter
  • 2 cups plain reduced-fat Greek yogurt


  1. Combine the berries, sugar, water, and lemon juice in a small sauce pan. Bring the mixture to a boil and then reduce the heat to a gentle boil. Let the mixture boil for about 10 minutes or until the sauce begins to thicken. Stir in the butter.
  2. Fill serving bowls with the yogurt. Spoon the sauce evenly over the yogurt.

Nutrition Information:



Serving Size:

1/2 cup yogurt; 1/4 cup sauce

Amount Per Serving: Calories: 192Total Fat: 5.8g

Greek Yogurt with Warm Berry Sauce



  1. Berry sauce does have a myriad of tasty uses. Using it as a topping over yogurt is probably the healthiest move and a pretty delicious one. I sometimes crave these parfait type things for breakfast. Sorry your taste test was a little too soon on the sauce and you burned your tongue-hopefully it will be back to normal in a few days.

  2. I made this last summer and it really is the perfect warm weather breakfast AND dessert! Yours is beautiful!

  3. I have recently become addicted to greek yogurt, it is soooo good! I’ll definitely have to try this recipe.

  4. looks delicious!! i’ve been looking for some new ideas to top my plain yogurt

  5. I totally agree that this could easily be eaten as dessert. The presentation is so pretty with the berry sauce. Lovely!

  6. What a fantastic way to enjoy Greek yogurt! Love this!

  7. I love greek yogurt. This seems like such a great way to have it!

  8. I love this idea! I could totally trick myself into eating this for dessert when I’m craving a sundae! This looks so delicious and beautiful.

  9. You make such a delicious treat look so simple! I love warm sauces to go on desserts…your recipe looks so sweet and tangy and satisfying! I like that you use Greek yogurt instead of ice cream – great for nutrition and guilt free!

  10. I love berry sauce in just anything! It’s so deliciously versatile!

  11. This look so good. Especially since it’s berry sauce. Lots os tastes to be enjoyed and even mixes of different berries. I bet it would be fantastic for breakfast with a scattering of granola on the top too… heaven!

  12. How interesting – I love Greek yogurt, as a snack and to cook with, but I never though to combine it with a warm sauce. Sounds fantastic!

  13. Very flexible recipe that you could use in a number of things. My kind of recipe :-)

  14. Your presentation is just always so stunning and your recipes, mouthwatering – this looks like an ideal breakfast option :D

    Choc Chip Uru

  15. I love a recipe that can be served for both as well. This sounds fantastic over greek yogurt YUM.

  16. Looks like a perfect dessert for breakfast. :) My kids would agree!! Well done! :)

  17. Love this. I am always looking for ways to eat and dress up my greek yogurt. I would probably do this for breakfast because I like to eat breakfast and make myself think I am having a dessert:-)

  18. Breakfast/dessert hybrids are my favorite! This is a perfect fancied Greek yogurt :)

  19. This looks so easy yet so delectable! I can’t wait to slather this all over ice cream!

  20. This looks like a perfect last-minute sauce to throw on pretty much anything – I’m thinking angel food cake and ice cream for dessert, but your yogurt combo looks PERFECT for breakfast!

  21. This is so amazing, double, triple yum! Beautifully photographed and a whopper of a breakfast/dessert!

  22. simply irresistible! i love the berry sauce.. superb shot.

  23. I could eat this at just about any time of the day or night! It looks fantastic S!

  24. I eat Greek yogurt every day and a little berry sauce on top would be a good thing!

  25. I love making my own berry sauce and I have burned my tongue so many times I lost count, but it seems I never learn. Eating straight form the pan is oh so good!

  26. Noted, do not eat boiling hot berry sauce, no matter how tasty it looks! :)

  27. I never thought of putting warm berry sauce over yogurt, but I’m loving this idea. Beautiful parfaits :)

  28. mmm… love the idea of this warm berry sauce with Greek yogurt… looks beautiful too. Minus the sugar, I think I could eat it for breakfast as well! (maybe just a splash of agave at that hour ;-)).

  29. Oooo, berries and Greek yogurt. Two of my favorite things!

  30. I am drooling right now!!! You know I adore Greek yogurt, so I am loving the idea of a warm berry sauce!!!! Beautiful, Hugs, Terra

  31. This makes me want to say “berries, berries and WHAT ELSE?” Like that commercial with the little lad? Starbursts? Am I losing tons of cool points here?

    Either way, looks delicious!

  32. Love this…yogurt for the breakfast version, ice cream for dessert. You know a recipe is good that you would rather burn the crap out of your mouth rather than wait for it to cool to eat!

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