08 June 2011

Germans Love Sauerkraut


Sometimes I can't decide if I want cereal or granola for breakfast. One 
of my favorite things about Kashi Granola is that many of their Granolas 
also combine lighter grains and puffed cereals, the best of both worlds 


1 heaping cup of Kashi Honey Almond Flax with 2/3 cup


Kashi Honey Almond Flax is super crunchy, so it's 
best when the cereal treads water milk for a few minutes


Look how happy those carob chips look :)


Open wide hungry readers!


Given my German heritage, it's only natural that I would 
have Sauerkraut in my fridge- Eden Organic Sauerkraut


My recipe creation for German Sauerkraut Beet Wraps are way 
more delicious than they sound- I start with 2 wedges of Laughing Cow 
light cheese (or 3 Tbsp cream cheese) spread on a brown rice tortilla


Topped with 1/2 cup sauerkraut and 1/3 cup cooked and smashed beets


You can enjoy as is or top with eggs and greens...


1 whole egg and 1/4 cup egg whites scrambled with 1/2 
cup kale, 1/2 cup spinach, and 1/4 cup sliced white onion


I folded it and lightly baked in the oven @ 385 Fahrenheit for approx. 5 minutes


Came out nice and crispy; Best eaten with a fork and knife


It's not even funny how yummy this is!


And it's a wonderful way to use up leftover beets from the night before


Later on I made some hummus...


More of my Spinach Hummus Dip



Question: Do you like sauerkraut or fermented foods?


28 comments:

owlmazing said... [reply]

I'm not sure how I feel about Saurkraut but you make this look good! Spinach hummus sounds really yummy too.

Amanda @ .running with spoons. said... [reply]

I love that about Kashi too... right now I'm on a serious Honey Sunshine/Puffed wheat kick. Makes me swoon big time.

I'm not really that big on sauerkraut, even with my European heritage... it's just something I never really picked up on. I do enjoy some fermented foods, though... kombucha being one of them :D

Christin@purplebirdblog said... [reply]

This German girl definitely loves sauerkraut! :)

Lindsay and James Cotter said... [reply]

i'm german too! better believe i love my sauerkraut!!

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

I like sauerkraut! Although I sure don't eat it often at all.

I love your wraps -- they always look so delicious!

Amy B @ Second City Randomness said... [reply]

I'm pure German and can't stand sauerkraut... isn't that weird?

Oh dear... maybe I'm adopted??? jk

But I am totally on board with your cereal. The honey almond flax is my favorite Kashi cereal- hands down!

melonshots said... [reply]

YUM that looks so delicious!

Beckafly said... [reply]

Sauerkraut, it's a German thing ;) I've never thought of doing beets oddly-I always do turkey. Mmm new inspiration.

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

I LOVE sauerkraut! Seriously, LOVE it!

Julia said... [reply]

I've never dried sauerkraut. It always looked so... unappealing. But you make it sound so good that perhaps I shall have to give it a chance?

Felicia (Natural+Balanced) said... [reply]

i love fermented foods! sauerkraut is delicious! i make my own about once a year and store it in a 5gallon jar- so yum :) you wrap looks great!

Alexa @ SimpleEats said... [reply]

I LOVE sauerkraut, and big pretzels and mustard. I'm a German girl!

Jess said... [reply]

LOVE kashi products..their "flax" products are really good!!

haridelle said... [reply]

There are fermented foods I hate like natto, for example. I just don't want to eat slimy fermented soy beans. But I love sauerkraut and kefir. I can eat sauerkraut in so many different meals and I don't need German roots for this :)

J3nn said... [reply]

I'm Italian and I loooooove sauerkraut!! I could eat a whole jar in one sitting. So yum!

LauraJayne said... [reply]

I've been wanting to try Sauerkraut for ages - I even purchased a jar a while ago - but I didn't really know what to do with it! Now that I have a good idea (and it looks delicious), I'm definitely going to give it a try!

Red Deception said... [reply]

I am afraid to try sauerkraut. It looks yucky to me!

Lindsey @ Cardio Pizza said... [reply]

That recipe is right up my ally! I also love sauerkraut! Yum!

Lana said... [reply]

your posts always inspire me to improve my photography skills! You take such good photos (:
I've never had sauerkraut, but have wanted to try some for ages!
Love xxx

Emily said... [reply]

i've never been a huge kraut lover...must be something about the semi-sour taste. :) but i like how you combined it with other flavors...i just miiight enjoy it that way.

Move Laugh Aloha said... [reply]

Interesting recipe. I don't think I've ever cooked sauerkraut. Thanks for sharing!

kaitlin monroe said... [reply]

ohyum!

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

I'm German, and I must admit I haven't discovered my love for Sauerkraut soooooo much by now, but every now and then I get a real appetite for it and then have some. It's also very healthy, and you way of eating it in a wrap looks delicious!

Sarah@The Flying Onion said... [reply]

I love, love, love sauerkraut! I would eat it on everything. :D

Jolene - EverydayFoodie said... [reply]

That wrap looks SO good! I am not German, but the hubby is - he doesn't like sauerkraut though. Weird.

keepingitrealfood.com said... [reply]

I love sauerkraut, despite not being German (at least not that I know of). I think my favorite fermented food is miso, though. Mellow white miso is seriously addictive!

Marianne (frenchfriestoflaxseeds) said... [reply]

I have recently discovered that I actually do like sauerkraut. I always thought it was creepy and weird, but tried it in my foods lab last semester, as well as at the farmer's market this summer, and it's quite delicious. I shouldn't be surprise - I like fermented foods, so why shouldn't I enjoy some 'kraut?

.She believes in destiny. said... [reply]

I am german and sauerkraut is NOT delicious:D

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