Labneh with granola and fresh berries served on a plate. Next to it are still honey and granola.
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Labneh with granola and berries

Just the other day I finally made my own granola and found the perfect mix for me. I prefer to eat it actually like a muesli or with a few oatmeal more - I love oatmeal! But such a crunchy granola is also perfect to make a fresh dessert out of it or to refine it with it. Granola and labneh go extremely well together. Especially if you prepare Labneh in a sweet variant.

Creamy base & crispy fruity topping

I love this dessert not only because it's so darn delicious. I love it because it's also so incredibly easy to prepare. All you need for labneh with granola is just a lightly sweetened labneh that you spread creamy on a plate and granola of your choice (be sure to try my mix!) and some berries and some fruit.

I chose blackberries, pomegranate seeds and nectarine. If you can muster some, I highly recommend trying the recipe with mulberries as well. Delicious! Add some honey or agave syrup and your beautiful dessert is ready.

One more thing: Even though I keep saying dessert here, this combo also fits quite fantastically as a small, sweet breakfast.

Recipe for labneh with granola and berries

Labneh with granola and fresh berries served on a plate. Next to it are still honey and granola.
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Preparation time 10 minutes
Rest time 4 hours
Total time 4 hours 10 minutes
Servings 4 Servings
Calories 360
Author Rafik Halabi

Cooking utensils

  • Straining cloth


  • 100 g Granola
  • 500 g Yogurt (10%)
  • 1 pinch Salt
  • 2 TSP Sugar
  • 100 g mixed berries
  • 4 TBSP Honey
  • 2 Stalk mint


  • Make granola yourself according to directions (or use store-bought) and store the rest in a storage jar or make a smaller batch.
  • For the sweet labneh, mix yogurt with salt and sugar, put in a straining cloth and hang out for at least 4 hours. 
  • Wash berries and cut in half or leave whole, as desired. Pluck mint leaves from the stems.
  • Garnish labneh with granola, berries, mint and honey and enjoy as a sweet breakfast or dessert.


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Nutritional values

Serving: 197.5g | Calories: 360kcal | Carbohydrates: 32.9g | Protein: 7.7g | Fat: 21.3g

Also be sure to try the sweet labneh with caramelized beet or the milk pudding with passion fruit.

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