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*Be sure to check out my guest post on Annette’s blog, Enjoy Your Healthy Life, this morning!*

 

  
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Happy St. Patrick’s Day everyone!!! I hope you all are getting to celebrate in one form or another! Me? Well, I wasn’t thinking when I booked my flight home from Colorado and I don’t get in (hopefully not delayed!) until 9pm tonight. Genius. How did I not realize it was St. Patrick’s Day?

Oh, well. I’m not even Irish, although many people think I am. I actually just tend to pretend that I’m Irish on St. Patrick’s Day, it makes the whole thing more fun!

Kiss me, I’m Irish!

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Haha love my old roomies. Clearly I was really playing it up that year.



 

You all know I’m a HUGE fan of breakfast. I mean, come on, my blog is called Peace Love & Oats. But that’s just the thing: I always eat oatmeal!

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I’m constantly seeing recipes for pancakes, waffles and french toast and I’m always saying that I want to try them, but I never do! Well, yesterday I changed that. I was finally inspired by Julie’s PB Stuffed French Toast and Paige’s Greek yogurt topped oats and decided to combine the two ideas together!

 

Berry Yogurt Cinnamon French Toast

Ingredients

2 slices bread (I used Udi’s)

1 egg white

2 packets stevia

cinnamon

splash of almond milk (or milk of choice)

plain greek yogurt

blueberries

Directions

For French Toast: mix together egg whites, almond milk, 1 packet of stevia and cinnamon, then soak the bread in the mixture, flipping to get both sides. Place bread in a hot skillet and cook, flipping halfway. I also poured the leftover mixture on top of the bread while in the skillet.

For Yogurt: heat blueberries in microwave for 20 seconds, then mix in greek yogurt and 1 packet stevia. Put as much as you’d like on top of your French toast, and serve!

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I also threw on some leftover berries that we had. The yogurt was a great replacement for syrup, and much higher in protein and lower in sugar!

This breakfast was absolutely delicious and I was grinning all the way through! I’m often scared to try new breakfast ideas because I know what I like and I feel like it would start off my day badly to have a bad breakfast. Can you tell how much I like breakfast? But I’m so glad I went for it! Delicious!

I’m so sad to be leaving Colorado Springs today! I can never get over how gorgeous it is! Here’s me walking to the gym bright and early in the morning, with only the mountain to keep me company!

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Although I enjoy Chicago and do find the city beautiful, there’s just something so majestic about the mountains!

 

Where would you live if you had to choose? Big city, beach, mountains or farmland/plains?

 

Are you in a breakfast rut? What have you been having lately?



 

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