This 4 layer breakfast fruit pie is tasty, satisfying and made with all clean and nutritious ingredients.
I’m such a creature of habit so for the past few years my breakfast has often been a smoothie, oatmeal, pancakes or a yogurt bowl. I was feeling extra creative one day and wanted to create something FUN, new and exciting. This recipe was made somewhat randomly and turned out to be one of my favorite things I’ve ever made. I struggled to think of a name for this recipe and ultimately settled on ‘4 layer breakfast fruit pie’.
Mornings are often really hectic in my house now that Emma is in preschool. It’s a rush to get her out the door (and my biggest priority is making sure she eats a healthy and nutritious breakfast to fuel her for the day). I also ensure that my husband and I eat something nutritious as well. This breakfast fruit pie has been coming in handy on weekdays when we need a fast, tasty and nutritious meal for the entire family. It also makes me feel like a good wife knowing my husband enjoyed a home-cooked healthy breakfast as well before he heads off to work. Not only is it healthy and nutritious, but it’s also absolutely delicious!
This healthy breakfast fruit pie has become a breakfast favorite and staple in my house. It’s so tasty, satisfying and keeps me full until lunchtime. One piece really fills me up, however I often reach for a second piece because it’s that good 🙂
This breakfast fruit pie is made by layering tortillas (I use One Degree Organics Sprouted Heritage Whole Grain Tortillas), yogurt (use coconut yogurt if vegan), almond butter, banana and blueberries (but feel free to use any fruit or nut butter you desire). All of the ingredients are clean and nutritious. The blueberries are high in antioxidants, potassium from the banana, healthy fat from the nut butter and calcium from the yogurt. The sprouted wheat tortillas provide healthy carbs to fuel me for the day ahead.
All of the layers use One Degree Organics Heritage Whole Grain Tortillas. These tortillas are thicker than traditional tortillas, so they’re sturdy enough for the delicious toppings. I also love how hearty these tortillas are while still being soft! One Degree sources pure grains from Canada’s prairies for these amazing flavorful and nutritious tortillas. I also love that the tortillas are sprouted, making them even more nutritious and easier to digest. Like in all of their products, these tortillas are made with simple and pure ingredients, never containing anything artificial. Many food companies artificially boost nutrition, but One Degree uses nature’s own process, sprouting, to unleash powerhouse nutrients.
One Degree Organics uses sustainable farming and has amazing, clean food that I know I can trust. They believe in the connection between healthy soils, healthy plants, and healthy people.One Degree works with small farmers and producers who harvest nature’s most nutrient-rich grains, seeds, sweeteners, and other earthy ingredients, making all of their ingredients so pure.
Just like myself, One Degree believes in clean, nourishing foods. They give consumers what they deserve – 100% traceability in their food. They created tracking technology that gives us the power to meet the farmers and producers behind every ingredient in our food, making the experience just like a farmers’ market.
Now back to this incredible breakfast fruit pie! You can really get creative with what you choose to put in the ‘pie’, but my layers went like this:
Layer 1: tortilla spread with yogurt and blueberries
Layer 2: tortilla spread with almond butter and banana
Layer 3: tortilla spread with yogurt and blueberries
Layer 4 (topping): tortilla spread with yogurt, warmed blueberries, a drizzle of cashew butter, hemp seeds and bee pollen for an extra nutritional boost.
The filling needs to chill for several hours in order to really set, so I recommend preparing this recipe the day before you want to serve the breakfast pie. Keep the finished dish in the fridge (covered) overnight and in the morning you have a perfectly healthy and nutritious breakfast ready to eat!This healthy, vegan-friendly 4 layer breakfast fruit pie is tasty, satisfying and made with all clean and nutritious ingredientsClick To Tweet Print
4 Layer Breakfast Fruit Pie
- Prep Time: 15 minutes
- Total Time: 15 minutes
- Yield: 6 servings 1x
- Category: Breakfast, Snack
- 4 One Degree Organics Heritage Whole Grain Tortillas
- 9 tbsp yogurt
- 3 tbsp creamy almond butter
- 1/2 cup blueberries
- 1/4 cup blueberries, warmed
- 1/2 banana, sliced
You can really get creative with what you choose to put in the ‘pie’, but my layers went like this:
Layer 1: tortilla spread with 3 tbsp yogurt and 1/4 cup blueberries
Layer 2: tortilla spread with 3 tbsp almond butter and 1/2 banana
Layer 3: tortilla spread with 3 tbsp yogurt and 1/4 cup blueberries
Layer 4 (topping): tortilla spread with 3 tbsp yogurt, 1/4 cup warmed blueberries, a drizzle of cashew butter, hemp seeds and bee pollen for an extra nutritional boost.
The filling needs to chill for several hours in order to really set, so I recommend preparing this recipe the day before you want to serve the breakfast pie. Keep the finished dish in the fridge (covered) overnight and in the morning you have a perfectly healthy and nutritious breakfast ready to eat!
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