Today, I have a Winter Citrus Parfait Bar to share with you guys, or, as my husband likes to call it, a “Choose Your Own Adventure Yogurt Parfait.” Anybody else remember those “Choose Your Own Adventure” books? Man, I could get DOWN with those things. Pretty sure I’d read one tomorrow if it showed up in my neighborhood’s Little Free Library.
ANYWAY, I’ve admittedly been a bit of a slacker in the breakfast department lately. The options I’d had around have been boring and uninspiring, and I needed to make a change. Luck would have it that my friends at Nature’s Path recently created an e-book that’s full of fun and practical tips about how to make organic food work in your life, and this book would provide the inspiration I needed for more delicious breakfasts.
In this book (download link below!), there are tips for how to make buying certified organic budget-friendly, strategies for storing fruits and veggies to make them last longer, a seasonal shopping guide, and ideas for organic pantry swaps. It’s an absolutely beautiful book that had me oogling at the food photography, too. Oh, and there are recipes! I made a batch of this delicious Apple Cinnamon Granola with Hazelnuts and Cranberries from the book, and my breakfasts were already on their way to becoming more interesting.
I have all of these ingredients set up as a buffet situation (perfect for brunch-time bridal or baby showers!) in these photos, but in real life, I prepared each ingredient and then kept it in the fridge or pantry cupboard. Then, throughout the week, my husband and I would grab all of the prepped ingredients and each choose our own parfait adventure for the following morning, as it were.
Be sure to download your FREE copy of “Your Guide to Organic Food: The benefits of organic & how to make the switch” at the following link: http://go.naturespath.com/your-guide-to-organic-food
Disclosure: This was a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Nature’s Path Foods. Sponsored posts help me pay for the costs associated with this blog (groceries…lots of groceries), and help support me as I pursue a career in recipe development and food photography. All opinions are 100% my own.