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PB + J Yogurt

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Peanut butter, grape jam, peanuts, and fresh red grapes on top of a bowl of yogurt... who needs the bread!

Peanut butter, grape jam, peanuts, and fresh red grapes on top of a bowl of yogurt… who needs the bread!

This was inspired by last week’s trip to the chic new Chobani Soho Cafe. If you follow me on Instagram, you might have seen some of my photos of the wonderful yogurt creations I got to sample – some savory, some sweet. If you are ever in the Soho area, you must stop in. The “priciest” yogurt is only $3.75 and they are served in a pretty glass bowl.

I got to sample all of their flavors, one was better than the next. I loved the Fig + Walnut and The Cucumber Mint served with pita chip was absolutely delightful, I plan on making this one next!

But since many of you live far from NYC, I’ve recreated a skinny version of the Peanut Butter and Jelly so you can make in your own kitchen.

I used reduced sugar grape jelly, but strawberry preserves and different nut butters would be fabulous alternatives. I went with a reduced-fat peanut butter, but PB2 would work great too!

PB + J Yogurt

5 from 15 votes
Peanut butter, grape jam, peanuts, and fresh red grapes on top of a bowl of yogurt... who needs the bread!
Course: Breakfast, Brunch, Lunch, Snack
Cuisine: American
Peanut butter, grape jam, peanuts, and fresh red grapes on top of a bowl of yogurt... who needs the bread!
Prep: 5 mins
Cook: 5 mins
Total: 10 mins
Yield: 1 serving
Serving Size: 1 bowl


  • 6 oz fat free plain Chobani
  • 4 tsp reduced sugar grape jelly
  • 2 tbsp red seedless grapes, cut in half
  • 1 tbsp reduced-fat peanut butter
  • 1 tsp unsalted peanuts


  • Place the yogurt in a bowl.
  • Top with jelly, then peanut butter.
  • Sprinkle peanuts and grapes and grab a spoon!

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Serving: 1 bowl, Calories: 258 kcal, Carbohydrates: 25 g, Protein: 21.5 g, Fat: 7.5 g, Saturated Fat: 1 g, Sodium: 189 mg, Fiber: 1.5 g, Sugar: 18.5 g


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107 comments on “PB + J Yogurt”

  1. I was skeptical of these flavors but they turned out great.  I might try it with PB2 next times as I had meal prepped this and always has to sit it out for 20 minutes for the PB to soften from the fridge.

  2. Hello,
    I love your meal plans and all you do
    For us.  I’m on Weight Watchers doing
    The blue plan.  Is it possible to change
    Or swap a recipe on your free meal plan
    For another of your recipes if it’s something
    I don’t care for that’s listed on the meal plan
    For the current week? 
    Thank you,

  3. First time commenter, but I’ve been following for years. I love PB &J but I was skeptical about it with yogurt. I only adjusted the recipe bc I was unsure about the flavors. I used the yogurt in the recipe and the comments suggested pb2. I was in Aldis and saw peanut butter powder so I said what the heck and grabbed it. I dont like grape jelly but others used strawberry preserves and that’s what I had. I used small amounts bc I wasnt sure if I would like it. So 1 tsp of powder, 2 tsp of strawberry preserves, and 6 grapes cut in half. I really didn’t want peanuts. I took a bite and let me say that I’m looking forward to breakfast this week. And only 2 points for the win! Great for breakfast and/or snack. I will probably up the amounts but theres really no need. Tasted like PB&J with a glass of milk. Thank you so much!!!!

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    Lynne Sullivan

    First couple of bites, I wasn’t sure. As I stirred and ate more it got better and better. I chose to use salted peanuts, because I love salty and sweet together. 

  5. I used reduced sugar strawberry preserves (1), vanilla PB2 (1), a wee bit of stevia and fresh strawberries/half a banana. So yummy…and only 2 points!!!

  6. I work for Chobani R&D and am so excited to see/hear that you enjoyed your trip to the Chobani Cafe. There is so much that can be made with yogurt. Some recipes are on the page. Thank you for all your recipes. I use you for at least 5 out of 7 days every week.
    Thanks again

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    Nicole Wengert

    AMAZING! At first I tried the yogurt plain (knew I wouldn’t like it), so I decided to mix in the strawberry jam first and made it so much better. then a scoop of PB and all the toppings. Delicious! Would never think to do this. and the peanuts were a nice touch!

    1. So glad I read your tip prior to making. I too mixed the yogurt with the jam before adding the pb. great call!

  8. I ran to the store to buy everything to make this. So excited to find PB2! I can’t believe how great it tastes without all the fat!!
    This was just so delicious! My husband walked in while I was eating it so I let him finish it and he loved it too! Thanks for another great healthy alternative to the three o’clock crash!

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  10. Came across this post and had to run out and get the necessary ingredients yesterday. Made it this morning and it was absolutely DELICIOUS!! Can't wait to have some more tomorrow!

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    Brittany schmiedel

    I am new to portioning… Would this ALONE be a breakfast? I usually do oatmeal with raisins and walnuts, but this seems so small…

  12. I wondered if you can use greek lite and fit yogurt and take pb & jelly and add it to that. Wondered how that would taste!

  13. I was dying to try this but I was out of yogurt and had no peanuts lying around. I found a carton of french vanilla ice cream that had only one serving left, so i threw it in a bowl, added the grapes, strawberry jelly, and crunch peanut butter….SO good. It works great as a dessert too 🙂

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    Elizabeth Hamilton

    This hit the spot! I ate it as a post-workout snack. I used sugar free grape jam and all-natural crunchy peanutbutter (which was a great substitute since I didn't have any peanuts on hand.). Thanks for sharing!

  15. enjoyed this recipe for breakfast this morning!! Except i used strawberry jelly and fresh strawberries. Thanks for the wonderful idea. This has been the second recipe of yours this week I tried and I couldn't be happier with both! (first was lasagna and spinach roll ups!)

  16. Not a huge PB&J fan but I made this today because I was looking for a filling breakfast–it was DELICIOUS! The yogurt knocked it up 100 notches. This could be my new go-to breakfast!

    Did you ever end up making the cucumber mint? Reminds me of an old Lebanese salad recipe and would love your take on it.