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Orange Peach Dessert Bowl

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I’m a dessert person. I’m also a breakfast girl. Sometimes I mix those two things together, which makes life even more fantastic. Which is what I did with this recipe…it could easily be a breakfast or a dessert. Those are the best foods. Ever.

Some other desserts I like for breakfast is Chocolate Cake Batter Milkshake. Then there are smoothies that rock my world. Or just pure chocolate. Yes, I have done this and I am not ashamed! In fact, this morning I was scrounging around for chocolate and…heartbreak of all heartbreaks, I did not find what I was seeking.

But I had some yogurt and orange instead and that reminded me that I needed to post this yummy recipe.

Orange Peach Dessert Bowl

  1. ½ cup plain yogurt
  2. 2 packets Truvia*
  3. ½ tsp. pure vanilla essence
  4. 1 peach, canned**, chopped
  5. ½ orange, chopped
  6. Sprinkling organic oregano

* You can substitute with any natural sweetener you enjoy, like honey, stevia, or agave nectar

**Peaches aren’t in season yet, so I had to use canned. Obviously, if you can get a fresh one, so much the better

Combine all the ingredients and dig in. Did I ever tell you that I like easy recipes?

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You can make this recipe more fun for kiddies by mixing the yogurt and pouring it on a plate, topping it off with ½ a peach, and sprinkling it with dried oregano like pepper. It looks just like a sunny-side-up egg! I thought it was kinda fun. This recipe serves one.

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Nutritional Info: Cals: 159, Fat: 2g, Sodium: 86mg, Carbs: 29g, Fibre: 4g, Sugars: 25g, Protein: 8g

Today: I have dreams of getting a 12 miler run in…I guess I should just get-er-done and make it a priority. So now I can say that this month I am running a real, live marathon! I am freaked out. Really. I recently got a foot injury that seems to be mostly better, but it acts up when I run. I don’t have time for foot injuries! Gaaaah. Anyway, all panic aside. I know I can do the marathon, whether or not I’m crawling through the finish line.

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Are there any foods that you eat for dessert and breakfast? What do you do to make food fun for kids?

Category: Breakfast, Desserts, Gluten Free, Kid Friendly, Low Carb, Recipes, Snacks | Tags: , , , , , , , , , , 6 comments »

6 Responses to “Orange Peach Dessert Bowl”

  1. Cara (

    Hey! I just discovered you blog today and I LOVE it! Your recipes are amazing! I am going to have to try the orange peach bowl ASAP!

  2. Olivia

    oh my gawd, I seriously just re-read the same three lines 10 times until I finally understood that the “egg” picture is in fact the same recipe just in kid form to look like an egg! so clever and such great photography:) This recipe sounds great too, I love the combo of flavors! I have some frozen mango in the freezer that i think should substitute PERFECT for the peach…I can’t wait to make it for brekkie/dessert now! (I’m a huge lover of those two meals too!)

  3. Charissa

    Cara~ Thanks SO much Cara! I appreciate your all out niceness. :)

    Olivia~ Haha, I thought it would be fun. Hope you enjoyed the recipe…glad to meet a fellow dessert + breakfast fan!

  4. Yi @ Yi Reservation

    I’ve been having yogurt with various fruits for my breakfast lately. This orange peach bowl sounds great. I’ll try it for breakfast next week!

    Thanks for sharing it!

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