Monday, September 15, 2014

Healthy Food Recipe #TeenBlogSeries

Hey everyone! I know I haven't posted in a week due to starting school, doing homework, and managing extracurriculars. Hopefully once I get into the swing of things I can post more again. This is the fourth week of #TeenBlogSeries. You can check out the other two posts I did on my blog. This series was created by Anouska Millar and Beth. Each week over 70 bloggers write a post to the theme of the week. I personally love this because I get to see so many people's blog and some exposure to mine.

This week it is a Healthy Food Recipe. I get up for school at 5:30 in the morning for school. By 6:20 I am out the door. When you get up before the sun is even up, it might be weird to eat food. I usually hate eating before 7:30, but none the less I make myself breakfast. I like having a small portion of food that is healthy. I will be showing you all, how to make my favorite quick breakfast which is, yogurt, granola, and berries. It's not very complicated and it fills you for a few hours.

First, I have a small bowl I use. This recipe's  portion is based on how much you want.  I put about 2-4 tea spoons of vanilla yogurt into the bowl. I use La Yogurt LowFat Probiotic Yogurt because it's delicious and not a lot of calories. Then I put granola on top of the yogurt. I like the Nature's Path Organic Pumpkin Flaxseed Granola, you can buy this at Costco. On top of that, I put fresh berries into the bowl. Then I mix everything. It's quick, easy, and healthy.

1. I put 3 scoops of yogurt into the bowl.

2.  This is my favorite granola.

3. I usually use blueberries, but I settled for raspberries. In all fairness, I didn't take very good pictures. Some people might think it looks boring. But this breakfast is really good and healthy.

I hope you try it!

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what's your favorite breakfast food?

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