Wednesday, October 5, 2011

Cinnamon Apple Breakfast Pockets

     I have been buying plain yogurt for nearly a year now. It's very versatile, and you can add honey, fruit or whatever you want to flavor it. This week, I splurged a little and bought a big tub of Stonyfield Vanilla yogurt. I'm not sure I will be able to buy another brand again. It's so much creamier and smoother than other brands.
    When I was thinking of what to make for breakfast, I wanted to include yogurt and apples. Sometimes, fruit and yogurt just isn't enough to keep me filled up till my next meal, so I needed to have a grain too. Pita Pockets are perfect for this sort of thing. Fill them up with all the good stuff and you have a quick and easy, ready to go snack. When I was in Germany, several years ago, we ate many meals of pita pockets filled with various fruits or vegetables.
    I really enjoyed this breakfast. Really, you can't go wrong with fruit and yogurt. The pita just made it easier to eat, and J had the ability to eat a healthier breakfast in the car.

serves 2
2 whole wheat pita, split in half
about 12 Tbl vanilla yogurt
1 apple, cored and thinly sliced

  • Preheat broiler.
  • Place pita halves on baking sheet and broil for about a minute on each side. You just want it to be warm and lightly toasted.
  • Open each pocket and put 3 tablespoons of yogurt in each half. Put 1/4 of the apples in each half and sprinkle with cinnamon.

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