Yogurt Granola Bowls – in pictures

Banana, blueberries, strawberries, raspberries, sliced almonds, granola and yogurt.

granola bowl

Raspberries, blueberries, homemade granola and yogurt. With coffee.

raspberry, blueberry, granola

Mostly granola. There is yogurt under there, along with blueberries and banana.

mostly granola

Strawberries, blueberries, granola and yogurt sprinkled with coconut flakes.

strawberries, blueberries, coconut flakes, granola, yogurt

Coconut cashew granola, raspberries, blueberries and yogurt.

raspberries, bluberries, yogurt, granola

Banana, blueberries, Kind peanut butter granola and yogurt.

banana, blueberries, yogurt, granola

Yogurt on the deck.

blueberries, granola and yogurt on the deck

Noosa and granola.

Noosa and granola

Pineapple and raspberries. Chia seed granola. Yogurt.

pineapple, raspberry, granola and yogurt

Blueberries, granola, almond butter and yogurt.

blueberries, almond butter, granola, yogurt

Mostly strawberries.

All about the strawberries

Lined with blackberries and served in bed.

blackberries, strawberries, granola, yogurt

Deconstructed bowls in our boat.

pumpkin Noosa in a boat

Blackberries, strawberries, granola and yogurt.

yogurt art

Blueberries, yogurt and granola bowl in the morning sun.

half blueberries, half granola

 

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Rosemary and Olive Oil is now Sand and Salt

As soon as I knew that we were moving to the beach I wanted to change the name of my blog. Yes, that was last summer. I like to take my time.

I wanted something to match our new surroundings and give a nudge to the kitchen.

So “sand” because duh.

Walter and I

And “salt” because FOOD.

Southwestern Black Bean and Corn Salsa

And “salt” because I live near where the Chesapeake Bay and Atlantic ocean kiss each other goodnight.

va beach sunset

More salt. Me selfie-ing while driving.

on the road again

This is my back yard! My kayaks. My kid. My 2 dogs.

kayaks

My kitty.

Kane exploring

Those life vests though!

doggy life vests

Alert to the fiance in the rear view.

dune buggy

So do you like sand…

sand

…not in your yogurt…

yogurt bowl

…and salt?

mex quinoa

Smoothie Pina Colada

In my thoughts I had named this smoothie “Tropical Smoothie” but that’s before I tasted it. I always clean the blender before I enjoy my morning smoothie, so before taking my first sip Travis made an announcement. “It’s like a smoothie pina colada,” he said. Duh, YES. I totally thought of that first. Hello.

This yogurt is thick and rich and made better by whirling it into a smoothie. Then you have yogurt perfection. (there I go stealing lines again)

coconut yogurt

The yogurt is full-fat (13 grams per serving) and I’m sure that’s part of reason it kept me full until lunch. The protein in the almond milk and the banana and pineapple in there helped too!

smoothie pina colada

Where’s the rum?

Smoothie Pina Colada

For 2 smoothies:

  • 2 cups unsweetened, vanilla almond milk
  • 1 cup frozen pineapple chunks
  • 1 large banana, frozen and broken into chunks
  • 2 containers of Liberte coconut yogurt perfection (hahaha)

Method

  • Place all ingredients in high power blender on “smoothie” setting. ENJOY responsibly! 🙂