Happy Friday! Happy weekend!
I have to share these breakfast and lunch dishes I had. They’re both amazing combos you have to try!
First, I just tried the Key Lime Noosa yogurt – SO GOOD! Key Lime on top of blueberries and bananas (which I heated ever so slightly) plus granola and coconut on top was just the best combination.
So much texture variety! : )
And second, this open-faced bagel “sandwich.” (It’s not a sandwich if nothing is sandwiched, right?!)
Thomas brought home some cinnamon raisin bagels from Bodos for Mazen and me to have for breakfast. I totally forgot to have one for breakfast, so I decided I’d figure out a way to make the most of my breakfast and lunch dishes and enjoy it at lunch instead. I toasted the bagel so it was nice and warm, smeared on a nice layer of cream cheese, added sliced red peppers and a mountain of arugula, and placed honey-roasted walnuts on top for crunch (and healthy fats). Finally, the drizzle of honey was the icing on the
cake bagel. I just loved this combo!
Charmaine Ng | Architecture & Lifestyle Blog says
Haha I haven’t tried any interesting combinations I can think of off the top of my head, but dang, I want yoghurt and granola now! Breakfast for dinner for me! 🙂
Charmaine Ng | Architecture & Lifestyle Blog
I am blogging about halva in Greek yogurt today!
Kale + almond butter + avocado bagel sandwich! Sounds weird but I really like it. Kale in the middle of course.
Holy yum! Awesome combination.
That bagel combo sounds good! I need to get some candied nuts!
I wish I enjoyed sweet things for breakfast, it would seem a lot easier to get variety. I’m more of a savory breakfast person.
Both of these meals sound amazing!! Hmm I don’t know if this is an interesting combo, but I had cottage cheese with grapefruit, cinnamon, and chia along with an over easy egg and home made chocolate Nutzo Siggi’s muffin for breakfast this morning. I soaked up the yolk with the muffin. 🙂
Sounds good to me!
Pat Kilmain says
Love, love, love ?? noosa! We don’t always get all the flavors though have you tried the pumpkin? More of a fall flavor for me.
No new combations as we’ve been away from home for a week.
Yes so good!
Linda @ the Fitty says
Okay be honest Kath–by they time you’re done taking photos of your food, is it cold?! (minus the salads, of course!)
Judith L Scott says
I LOVE Noosa, all flavors!
Have you tried their Salted Caramel?OMG!
It only comes in small containers in a 4 pack
BUT it seems to have a LOT of sugar
Kath, being an RD what are your thoughts regarding Noosa’s ingredients and nutrional make up?
It does have a lot of sugar. I rarely eat a whole container at once (that’s 31 grams) but usually split it in two for that reason. I also tend to view Noosa more as a treat and less as a staple, like a would consider plain yogurt. But a little sugar is no big deal for something that is also wholesome and delicious!
I’m so glad you said that. I used to eat Noosa yogurt sometimes, and I love it. I haven’t bought it for a long time because I was afraid of the sugar content. Your key lime combination sounds so good, though. Yogurt with fresh blueberries and granola is one of my favorites. I think I will try it! Also, have you ever had Michelle’s Pumpkin Spice granola? I buy it at Whole Foods, and it is the best granola I have ever had in my life.
I bought some key lime yogurt at Whole Foods over the weekend. I found the perfect way to enjoy it. I spread one tablespoon over my fresh berries & mix it in. That way it adds lots of flavor and creaminess, but it is more of a garnish, so I’m not getting so much sugar at one time.
Melissa | HerGreenLife says
My husband has been eating peanut butter toast with dill pickle slices. This week, he added some pear preserves to the mix: peanut butter, [garlicky] dill pickle, and pear preserve toast. I had a bite last night, and it was quite good!
Hmmm now that’s a strange one!!!
My family always ate peanut butter and dill pickle sandwiches with chili when I was growing up. My husband likes peanut butter and bacon on toast.
Rhonda @ Change In Seconds says
This is awesome! Thank you!
THat key lime noosa is amazing! I love it in overnight oats also!