Pinkberry Breakfast Hours & Menu Prices

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Find What Time Pinkberry Serves Breakfast & The Most Popular Breakfast Items

Pinkberry is a great place to get fresh fruit and other delicious toppings on frozen yogurt or ice cream. They offer healthier toppings such as granola, honey, almonds, and fresh fruit as well as sugary toppings like chocolate syrup and hard and soft candies.

Pinkberry’s fruit is never frozen, canned, or in syrup and is hand cut fresh daily. They offer a variety of healthy options for breakfast, lunch, or dinner whether it be a smoothie or a protein based topping on a low fat frozen yogurt.

Pinkberry’s Breakfast Hours & Days

  • Monday – Sunday: 8 AM – 11 AM

*Potential breakfast hours

Pinkberry’s Breakfast Menu Items

Although Pinkberry is not open early enough in the morning for a full breakfast menu, the chain does offer a lot of ingredients that could make for a perfect morning pick up. Some stores have tested early morning hours with “powerbowls” including Greek yogurt (which is thicker and has 3 grams of protein per ounce) and encouraging customers to use steel-cut oatmeal, quinoa, granola, almonds, honey, fresh berries, and other healthy toppings.

If Pinkberry were to consider earlier hours as well as these “powerbowls” it could bring a whole new perspective to having “ice cream for breakfast”.

  • Quinoa, honey, dark chocolate, and almond Power Bowl with Greek Yogurt
  • Quinoa, honey, dark chocolate, and almond Power Bowl with Low Fat Frozen Yogurt
  • Quinoa, honey, dark chocolate, and almond Power Bowl with dairy free Yogurt
  • Steel-cut oatmeal, fresh berries, and flax seed Power bowl with Greek Yogurt
  • Steel-cut oatmeal, fresh berries, and flax seed Power bowl with Low Fat Frozen Yogurt
  • Steel-cut oatmeal, fresh berries, and flax seed Power bowl with dairy free Yogurt

Pinkberry’s Most Popular Breakfast Foods

Quinoa, honey, dark chocolate, and almond Power Bowl with Greek Yogurt: A heart healthy take on breakfast with the added protein of a Greek style yogurt would make an excellent breakfast option at Pinkberry.

Quinoa, honey, dark chocolate, and almond Power Bowl with Low Fat Frozen Yogurt: With low fat yogurt, it gives customers less stress about eating frozen yogurt for breakfast but with the healthy toppings it’s still a great choice.

Quinoa, honey, dark chocolate, and almond Power Bowl with dairy free Yogurt: This option would be great for those who have a dairy allergy or for those that are vegan and still want a tasty and hearty breakfast possibility.

Steel-cut oatmeal, fresh berries, and flax seed Power bowl with Greek Yogurt: The protein, fiber, and whole grains in this mix would be a jump start to the day if Pinkberry were offering this at breakfast hours.

Steel-cut oatmeal, fresh berries, and flax seed Power bowl with Low Fat Frozen Yogurt: With a lower fat content and high fiber, this option would be a great option for an early morning meal!

Steel-cut oatmeal, fresh berries, and flax seed Power bowl with dairy free Yogurt: Dairy free doesn’t mean less taste it just caters to those with allergens or that are vegan. This breakfast would provide nutrients and minerals that are essential to the body.