This is a sponsored post on behalf of General Mills.
I used to be one of those people that skipped breakfast for the most part. I wasn't particularly hungry most mornings since I got up at 5:30 AM for work and I just relied on coffee to carry me through until I could have a midmorning snack or lunch. Times have definitely changed - especially now that I'm expecting. I've come to realize that what they say is true - breakfast is the most important meal and it really sets the tone for how I eat throughout the day. Rather than load up on carbs in the morning, I try to make healthier choices and opt for foods high in fiber and protein to keep me fuller longer. That's why my favorite morning breakfast is a yogurt parfait made with Liberte Mediterranee yogurt. Not only is it so yummy, it's so easy!
Our local Publix has a fabulous selection of Liberte Mediterranee yogurts and I try to keep our fridge fully stocked with all of their yummy flavors, including: Cappuccino, Caramel, Blackberry, Coconut, French Vanilla, Lemon, and Strawberry. To make a delicious (and seriously simple) breakfast parfait, just choose your favorite flavor, some berries, and granola and you're on your way to a satisfying meal that will keep you going all morning long.
Personally, I am in love with the Liberte Mediterranee French Vanilla flavor. Made with whole milk and cream, the texture of the yogurt is so velvety and smooth. Layered with strawberries, raspberries, blueberries, and granola for some extra crunch, it's #YogurtPerfection!
If breakfast isn't your thing, but you love a decadent treat, you have to try Liberte Mediterranee Cappuccino (flavors of bold espresso and sweet cream mingle in yogurt harmony) and Liberte Mediterranee Caramel (A sensorial delight, with pure melted caramel tamed by rich milk). These new flavors are SO good! I've been snacking on the Caramel yogurt with a sprinkling of coconut flakes and mini chocolate chips and it feels like a sinful treat, even though it's not!
Disclosure: The information and products in this sponsored post were provided by General Mills through Linqia. All opinions are 100% my own.