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Banana yogurt pots

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1 x 450g tub thick yogurt
3-4 bananas cut into chunks
4 tbsp sort dark brown sugar
25g walnuts, toasted and chopped
Make it for breakfast
Scatter muesli over the top instead of the walnuts – just as tasty.


Dollop about 1 tbsp yogurt into the bottom of 4 small glasses. Add a layer of banana, then some more yogurt. Repeat the layers until the glasses are full. Scatter over the sugar and nuts, then leave in fridge for 20 mins until sugar has dissolved.

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