And then there are those days when chocolate is all you need | This is the breakfast for those days. When I was in NYC, there were SO many delicious bakeries and restaurants at my constant disposal. It was wonderful. As a result, I didn’t do any cooking or baking the entire 3 weeks. Pretty impressive right? (Not really, I missed my kitchen!) But, it was fun to run to a different market, store, or bakery for every meal. This breakfast was a staple of mine for the first week | And it was a complete accident! The Bread: A bakery on the street where I stayed had fresh baked bread, so of course, I decided to buy a loaf. I asked for walnut raisin (my favorite) and instead I got chocolate bread with chocolate chips! Imagine my surprise when I took it out of the bag at home. The Yogurt: Do you see those little black chips in my yogurt? Yes… those are chocolate chunks. Apparently I bought chocolate chip yogurt. (It looks extremely similar to the vanilla flavor – just sayin’) It’s greek though, so yay for protein! P.S. It’s Chobani Greek Yogurt | So good. With all that chocolate, I knew I had to throw in something healthy! So mixed berries were the perfect addition. Let me tell you, this breakfast is delicious! For a little healthy tweak, I would switch the chocolate yogurt out for plain greek yogurt with a little drizzle of agave for sweetness.
I don’t know about you, but I love my occasional pizza-fix. Especially when I feel a lazy movie night coming on.
When I’m really craving pizza, I like to make my own. It’s so much better fresh and hot out of the oven. I have yet to try making my own gluten free dough/crust (that will be for another time), but for now… I stick with my go-to gluten free pizza crust by Udi’s. They are the best. Seriously, try em. You can find Udi’s Gluten Free Pizza Crust at most grocery store, but you’ll be sure to find them at Whole Foods, or any health foods store.
- 1 Udi’s Gluten Free Pizza Crust
- 1 cup Pizza Sauce
- Any toppings of your choice
It’s so easy to pull a crust out of the freezer, slab on some yummy tomato sauce, and sprinkle on a little goat cheese (or any toppings of your choice), throw it (okay, gently slide it, let’s be real) in the oven on 375 degrees for about 10 minutes and you’ve got a very yummy pizza for two – or one if you’re really hungry! ;)