Not my nails, which really could use some, but the silver! I agree, looks much better : )
Breakfast this morning was a big bowl of whipped banana oats with strawberries and cottage cheese stirred in near the end of cooking, more banana on top (since we’re going out of town I didn’t want to leave it in the fridge that long!) and a halfsies split of almond butter and Biscoff Crunchy.
Polished it all off
Served with some rasp-lemonade water. Matt is at the market, I’m packing and then heading to the bakery and then we’re racing out of town to make it to Charlotte by 7 tonight for a grand reunion with our friends (and a BabyHTP fun day tomorrow!)
Madison @ Peanut Butter Lover says
Oh geez. I love almond butter! I’ve made both raw and roasted, and the roasted turned out so good! Creamy and perfect 🙂 I’d never had it on oatmeal before until i saw yours- Delicious!
Laura @ Sprint 2 the Table says
That sounds like a bowl of PB&J perfection. So glad I read your blog before I ate breakfast today. 🙂
Caroline @ After Dinner Dance says
I feel like no one has silver to polish anymore! I sure don’t!
isn’t biscoff really bad for you?
No (especially a tsp at a time). But it’s not a health food either.
OK, I gotta know–what is the cottage cheese like in oatmeal?!!? Is it savory or sweet?
Savory – but sweet because of bananas. It’s like cheesecake
Ohhhhh, _that_ makes sense! After I commented I started imagining all sorts of flavors and thought for sure that you’d respond and say it’s not savory or sweet, but more accurately, UMAMI! Whatever that means! ????
kathleen @ the daily crumb says
so fun that you can be a part of caitlin’s shower!! and breakfast looks delicious, love that almond butter. have a safe trip 🙂
Sounds like a perfect breakfast! Oats+banana+almond butter are the tastiest things ever! I will try adding chia seeds to my oatmeal to make it creamier too, see how it works 🙂
+using jar as a bottle is so cute!
Sarena (The Non-Dairy Queen) says
Sounds like you have a great weekend planned! Have a great trip Kath!
Jodi @ Jodi, Fat or Not says
That looks like the perfect bowl of oats. Must get more bananas today! Have fun at the shower.
Averie @ Averie Cooks says
Good luck getting out of town and to Charlotte and have fun at the shower. Sounds like a great time in store!
Have fun in Charlotte!
i <3 biscoff! really want this breakfast but we're out of bananas!
Cait's Plate says
LOVE that bowl!! I need to get my hands on some Biscoff – I’ve only ever tried Trader Joe’s cookie butter…
Julie H. of Spinach and Sprinkles says
Polished silver and a polished off bowl of oatmeal. 🙂 Mmmmmmm! I have never even seen Biscoff, so it has yet to grace my life.
lynn @ the actor's diet says
my nails could seriously use a polish…
Molly @ RDexposed says
You polish your silverware? I’m impressed.
[email protected] Broken Cookies Don't Count says
Busy, Busy. Travel Safe.
You must be going to HTP’s baby shower! Have fun 🙂
Katie @ Peace Love & Oats says
I have some silver jewelry I really need to polish… gonna take that home with me next week and see if my mom can help!
Grace @ Grace Dishes says
I thought it was about nail polish! The utensil is so pretty! I love it.
Sarah @ Fresh Living says
Your rasp-lemonade water looks so refreshing! Enjoy your weekend!
Your breakfast always looks so good and I love the mason jars! I bought a dozen last week to make water kefir and they work very well.
Katie @ Talk Less, Say More says
I had oats for breakfast too – yum!
Have a safe and fun trip!
I love it whenever you use that spoon, I wonder where you bought it from?
It was my grandmothers
Annette @FitnessPerks says
I need to polish my jewelry today! Thanks for the reminder 🙂 Have a fun time today!
In the pictures it looks like overnight oats! lol
I have a question…I try and steer clear of white processed foods (white rice, white breads) and I try to focus on whole grains. I’ve noticed that when I have foods made with white refined flours my body is on some sugar high…does this happen to a lot of people? I don’t consume much added sugar in my diet so could this be a culprit as well? Thanks Kath, I really appreciate it 🙂
It definitely could be related to the white flour glycemic index