Hello Helloooo!
I had the BEST breakfast this morning! Of course it was toast in honor of Toast Tuesday!

Today I did my first official guest post for a blog called Wonder Forest! The author, Dana is a very stylish and extremely talented blogger, graphic artist, and entrepreneur from Ontario, Canada! She owns an adorable shop called Wonder Forest and is also a co-owner of another called Fawn & Flora!

Make sure to stop by and checkout my healthy recipe for: Campfire Kisses! Caution, you will spend hours on her gorgeous blog… Sophisticated combinations of color, typography, and imagery ahead!

Nowww back to some delicious toast! My palette has been craving all sorts of crazy flavor combinations, so I have been experimenting with tons of different food pairings. It’s fun to discover new favorites and change up the good ol’ day breakfast routine!


Apple Walnut Toast
serves 1

1 slice whole-grain toast
1 fuji apple
2 Tbsp nonfat cream cheese
2 Tbsp walnuts
cinnamon to taste

Toast the bread and slice the apple. Spread the toast evenly with cream cheese and top with apple slices and walnuts. Sprinkle with a dash of cinnamon to taste!

The Rabbit Food Pyramid Breakdown
Produce: apple
Whole Grain: bread
Protein: nonfat cream cheese
Plant Based Fat: walnuts

 

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20 Responses so far.

  1. I also put tahini in my apples, yummy!!!

    Response from Julieta
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    • Delicious, I love Tahini!

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  2. Toast Tuesday makes me smile! :)

    Response from Karen Reynolds
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    • Haha me too Karen :)

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  3. Hi there!

    I just want to say that I love your websight! I found you on pinterest and have enjoyed your blogs ever since. I started out at 325 lbs and I’m down to 297. I’ve almost lost 30 lbs and your recipes are helping. I can’t give up meat…love it too much. However, I am trying new things thanks to you!

    I have a question about the dates you use, I am from southern Illinois and and not been succesful in finding them down here. Any suggestions?

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    • WOW that is AMAZING, Jess! Congratulations on your weight loss! Don’t worry about not giving up meat, everyone has their own personal preference! All foods are welcomed, but try to keep meat portions to about 3oz per serving (if you follow my guidelines) :) I’m happy that my blog and recipes can keep you motivated and inspired to continue your journey :) Keep doing what you’re doing! As for dates, they are really easy to find in CA since there is a huge company that grows them in Pam Springs, CA. I usually find them in the produce section of grocery stores underneath the fruit stands etc. Have you tried asking your local grocery if they could get some in stock for you?
      xo

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      • I didn’t think to ask the grocery stores I shop at to carry them,LOL. I am trying really hard to stick to your guidelines, some days are better than others. I would like to say Thank you for your positive views and positive support of all of us on the journey!

        Response from Jess
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        • Hahah hopefully they can get some dates in for you! Thank you so much for reading, it means so much to me :) I love all of my readers! xo

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  4. Toast Tuesday is my favorite part of your blog! Can’t wait to try this one tomorrow morning!

    Response from Caroline
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    • Aww thanks! I’m so happy you love Toast Tuesdays :)

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  5. I just started reading your blog and it’s one of the few websites that my work doesn’t block so every morning now I’m getting to work and looking up your site. :) I was wondering if you had any certain brand or kind of bread you use. I’ve always been a wheat bread person anyway but didn’t know if some were better than others?

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  6. Love these toast tuesdays! Question for you, I sometimes have them as a snack but you said you have these normally for breakfast. Do you feel full after you have that, is there something I should be pairing it with? I’m trying to keep my portions under control!

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    • Hi Victoria! It depends on the day, sometimes I will have a toast creation for lunch (piled with veggies and extra veggies on the side) and somethings I will have it as an extra post workout snack :)

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  7. I LOVE all of these fantastic toasts that you make! Keep em comin!
    Trish

    http://www.jellybonesblog.blogspot.com

    Response from Trish
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    • Thanks Trish! xo

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  8. this just looks delicious! I’m so tempted to run out to the shops and grab what I need in the morning!

    Response from Liv
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    • Haha you’re adorable! I hope you love it! xo

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  9. Hi Catherine
    I just checked out your Campfire Kisses and they sound delicious!!! I will definitely be making them!!
    I’m actually going camping for a week and am wondering what you would recommend to eat? I want to keep it as healthy as I can, but am worried about food spoiling (we are tent camping in 1000 Islands!!) I’m hoping that you can help me!!!
    Thank You A TON!!!

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    • Too fun Stephanie! You are going to have an amazing time! I love throwing corn in some foil and cooking it in the fire as my “grain” and cooking veggies kabobs and snacking on almonds when I’m camping (or having a bbq!) I also always have Larabars on hand incase I get hungry on a hike! xo

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