Strawberry Breakfast Sundae

Strawberry Breakfast Sundae by Fran W
Start your day in a fun way or enjoy this yummy sundae any time of the day!


3 Strawberries – slice 2 up, keep one whole
½ c Yogurt plain or vanilla (any kind)
2 T Granola – your favorite kind
Small glass or sundae cup


Put a tablespoon of granola in the bottom of the glass, add 1/3 of the yogurt, drizzle a little honey on top, then, add a layer of sliced strawberries, add half the yogurt, a drizzle of honey, and a layer of sliced strawberries. Put the rest of the yogurt in the glass, top with a drizzle of honey, a whole strawberry, the rest of the granola and enjoy!

This activity is part the Strawberry Craze series.

Related posts on Fran's World of Discovery:

Learn how to start your own strawberry plant from seeds and some of the interesting ways people grow them.

Find out how strawberries have been used over the centuries and make strawberry hull tea.

Learn about strawberries by using your senses.

Find out how to extract DNA from a strawberry using simple household items.

More strawberry related activities can be found in my ebook Strawberry Craze. This 91 page ebook is filled with 30 strawberry-related activities and 15 yummy, kid-friendly recipes. Click to learn more.

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Strawberry Craze

When strawberries are in season, we go a little strawberry crazy!

Foods are a great way to learn about geography, cultures, history, literature, science, and math, naturally, especially if you become inspired to find out all you can about them, and do as much as possible with that food item!

For example, did you know that strawberries are not a berry? They are part of the rose family, and unlike fruits that are considered berries such as blueberries, cranberries, and bananas, their 200 'seeds', or achenes, are on the outside of the fruit! When we read about the health benefits of these delicious, red delights, we wanted to learn how to grow our own! Thankfully, we live in a area that allows us plenty of time to grow this vitamin C rich fruit. 

We found out that the leaves of the plant could be used medicinally, so we learned more about that too.

As one thing lead to another, we started to get into a bit of a strawberry craze, and before we knew it, we were doing all kinds of things with strawberries such as using our senses to get to know them better, testing them, and finding out where they grew in the United States and all over the world! Then we started using them in as many different ways as possible!

We made Strawberry Breakfast Sundaes (yum!), strawberry play dough, started growing our own plants and much, much more!

The more we learned, the more questions we had! For example: