Breakfast Idea: Yogurt-Filled Cantaloupe Bowl

Juicy and refreshing melon is tasty on its own, but filling up half a cantaloupe with creamy yogurt is even better. Top things off with fresh Summer berries and crunchy pepita seeds, and you've created a filling and elegant breakfast that's fewer than 150 calories. Keep reading to see how easy it is to create this

Yogurt-Filled Cantaloupe

Yogurt-Filled Cantaloupe


1/2 cantaloupe
6 ounces nonfat Greek yogurt
1 tablespoon fresh raspberries
1 tablespoon fresh blueberries
1 teaspoon raw pepita seeds


  1. Scoop out seeds from the center of your half cantaloupe.
  2. Fill the hole with six ounces of nonfat Greek yogurt.
  3. Add berries to the yogurt and sprinkle with pepita seeds.
  4. Use a spoon to scoop bites right out of the cantaloupe peel!


Calories per serving
sourcherry sourcherry 5 years 20 weeks
I don't think I could eat the whole thing at breakfast, but it's a good idea for a weekend brunch!
arcticpuppet arcticpuppet 5 years 20 weeks
great idea!!!! now i need to get some cantaloupe stat!
snarkypants snarkypants 5 years 20 weeks
i did this today! (with cottage cheese, not yogurt)
Soniabonya Soniabonya 5 years 20 weeks
looks so yummy and refreshing. i have got to try this. and i like the cottage cheese idea.
inlove23 inlove23 5 years 20 weeks
yummmm! This looks incredible. I wish I liked cantaloupe, is there another fruit I could use instead?
lauren lauren 5 years 20 weeks
I love to fill cantaloupe with yogurt or cottage cheese! YUM, glad melons are back in season!
Zuzanka Zuzanka 5 years 20 weeks
I love this combo, but instead of yogurt and granola I use oatmeal cooked in water and topped with almond butter. Anyways, I just thought it was interesting that the only 0.1g of saturated fat comes from the cantaloupe. I know it's just a trace amount and nothing to worry about, but I wouldn't expect it to be found in fruit.