Tuesday, March 27, 2012

Tasty Tuesday: Cinnamon Apple Breakfast Sundae


1/2 cup yogurt
2 TBSP grape nut cereal
1/3 cup chopped apple
pinch of cinnamon
1 1/2 tsp raisins


Place yogurt in bowl.  Sprinkle with cereal and apples.  Top with cinnamon.




16 comments:

  1. This looks good. I might have to add this to my smoothy rotation! Right now, I'm doing blueberries, spinach, and bananas and Ensure.

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    1. a eye, the blueberries and bananas sound good...but spinach?? Wow, I never would have thought of that one. Thanks for stopping in to read and for your comments!!

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    2. You can't even taste the spinach, so it adds some veggies without the taste. Nice and sweet!

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    3. a eye, amazing! Thank you for the tip!! Adding spinach would have never occurred to me. Thanks for stopping in and sharing.

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  2. this looks good, have to try it.. and a.eye smoothy blueberries with spinach and bananas too. I am also trying to find ways to add spinach into my smoothies.. thanks for sharing.

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    1. Roxy, it is really good!! I used the plain vanilla flavored yogurt and I love it. I haven't gotten into smoothies yet, but it sounds like something I might want to look into. Thanks for stopping by to read and for your comments!

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    1. Word Nerd, it is yummy!! Thanks for stopping by to check out my recipe!

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  4. I am not a grape nuts fan, but otherwise...it's perfection. I love fruit for breakfast and I am a yogurt addict, so I think this is for me...minus the grape nuts. *shivers*

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    1. Jo, you could probably top it off with any granola cereal you did liked. Thanks for stopping in to check out my recipe!

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  5. Kathy! I wanna hug you right now! I love this simple, tasty and healthy idea! I am all over this!

    Thank you! :D

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    1. Beachlover, (hugs)! It is really low in calories and tastes sinful like it should be loaded. I am really trying to watch what I eat and exercise a little each day. I have only been at this weight loss thing for a week, but I did lose 5 pounds. 5 pounds is 5 pounds in my book. I wish it had been more, but a loss is a loss. Thank you for stopping in to check out my recipe!

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  6. Wow. That looks awesome! Def. trying this! My husband is a diabetic and I def. need to lose some lbs. Thanks for this Kathy!

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    1. Magical Mystical Mimi, I popped on some miniature marshmallows on the top of this concoction and it rocked even more. Marshmallows have 0 calories for those needing to count such things like me. :D Thank you for stopping in to read and for your comments. It is always so nice to see you!!

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  7. Yes, that's a quick and nutritious treat! Thanks for sharing, Kathy. Did you see my Tasty Tuesday post? http://todaysbaker.com/2012/03/tasty-tuesday-swedish-meatballs-using-meatballs-from-the-freezer/

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    1. Betty, it is and quick and easy to make. Since putting this up I have also added miniature marshmallows to the mix. Yum!! Thank you for stopping in to read and for your comments!

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