27 April 2011

Playing with Cookie Dough and Pita Bread


I can't stop making these Gingerbread Cookie Dough Balls! Last time,
I spread some on toast... but this time, I dropped one into my Oatmeal :)


Quick Oats cooked in Almond Milk with Organic Banana and Strawberry slices


For Lunch, I got a little creative with my Pita Bread...


First, I opened the Pita Bread to make a pocket "cave" 



Then I scrambled up some eggs, cottage cheese, spinach, and onions...



And stuffed it inside the Pita "Bread Cave"



Let me just put it out there by saying how fun it is to play with Pita Bread!


Around 2:00-3:00 pm my energy usually starts to dip and my blood
 sugar starts heading south... which means it's time for a snack attack...


Elevate Me! Strawberry Apple Pie


All of their Bars come in fantastic flavours, its hard to pick
 a favourite. It comes down to what you're in the mood for...


Gluten Free and High in Protein


 Question: Do you play with your food?

19 comments:

willing_to_recover said... [reply]

wow I need to try some gungerbread cookie dough, and also i love the idea of oats cooked with almond milk-yum!

And I do quite enjoy playing with my food and trying new weird things if possible ^_^

Leah @ Why Deprive? said... [reply]

I always play with my food. It makes eating even more fun. :)

Sarena Shasteen - The Non-Dairy Queen said... [reply]

I love playing with my food! The possibilities are endless!

Holly @ The Runny Egg said... [reply]

That pita looks delicious. I was planning on making a big egg scramble for dinner and now I wish I had a pita too!

livefortoday said... [reply]

I love pitta bread. cottage cheese and apple is my fav.

Kath (My Funny Little Life) said... [reply]

Hahaha, I first thought you had a brown mushroom sitting in your oatmeal! :D

Chelsea said... [reply]

If arranging food on plates and adding pretty toppings counts as playing with food, then I definitely do! ;)

Julia said... [reply]

Of course I play with my food! Where's the fun otherwise?

And those oats look wonderful! :)

Jolene - EverydayFoodie said... [reply]

I play with my food, but not nearly as often as I should :-)

Jenny said... [reply]

Love the stuffed pita and cookie dough oatmeal! I'm too much of a fatty to play with my food lol

Lauren said... [reply]

Your oatmeal looks so good!

squigglefloey said... [reply]

Hi lovely girl! I haven't commented for sooo long! Miss reading your blog! I hope everything's going well with you :)

Gina; The Candid RD said... [reply]

Oh I LOVE pita pockets! I can never seem to find any that don't fall apart though. Perhaps I should hunt some more. Or heat them first???
I don't play with my food, unless there is reason to do so (for example, sometimes Nick doesn't finish his veggies, shame on him, and we play!)

Joanne said... [reply]

That gingerbread cookie dough ball in the oatmeal looks almost like matzo ball soup! but with the best "matzo balls" EVER.

Asha at Adventure's in Ashaland said... [reply]

KELSEY!

Yes I play with my food...I also love to create weird combinations of foods together...like you! I think there is something sensual about touching and playing with one's food, especially during the cooking process. I guess I like to feel like Nigella Lawson (who is a sexy British chef).

Emma @ Getting There and Going Places said... [reply]

Look good!
I like the pita cave!
Playing with food can definitely be so much fun! ;)

mindrunningwild said... [reply]

I love to play with my food!! I made some oats once with a melon smile :)

Alexandra (Veggin' Out in the Kitchen) said... [reply]

I might just have to make those gingerbread balls... they look absolutely AMAZING!!! :D
I LOVE playing with my food!! My family thinks I'm weird because of it, but you might as well have fun with your food, right? ;)

<3

LauraJayne said... [reply]

This post is kind of my food inspiration of the week! For some reason, it never occurred to me to add fresh strawberries to my oatmeal! It sounds SO delicious!

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