Yeah, that’s actually what it’s called. Kind of cute, right? And totally ridiculous at the same time.
The Low Fat Yoga Bunny Pret Pot ($2.54, 240 cal.) beat out Pret a Manger‘s poppy-seed frosted orange and lemon muffin ($2.49, 600 cal.), and the prettier Pret pots, in which the yogurt is layered with colorful fruit compotes and big chunks of granola.
The cheddar and apple slim (half) size — 305 calories and $2.59 — did give the Yoga Bunny a good run for its money, but at the end of the day, Yoga Bunny won with a play my heart: I have fond memories of waking up at the Hoxton Hotel in London not too long ago to discover a complimentary breakfast bag hanging on the door that contained water, a banana and … a Pret pot.
No doubt the Yoga Bunny Pret Pot is filled with good stuff — Ronnybrook Farm yogurt, slivered almonds, julienned green apples, dried cranberries and raisins — but what the description doesn’t tell you is that the cranberries and raisins plump up a bit in the yogurt, still retaining the sweetness of their dried forms. For a moment I mistook are-hydrated cranberry for a cherry, and that’s a compliment.
TIP: Add honey. I topped off my Pret pot with a healthy pour before heading back to the office, and it was absolutely delicious.