A New Organic Breakfast Favorite

I picked up a new breakfast idea from the current issue of Health magazine:

  1. Toast 2 frozen whole-grain waffles.
  2. Top with 1/2 cup ricotta cheese.
  3. Slather with 1/2 cup frozen unsweetened strawberries (thawed).

The result is a cheesecake-like dish that takes only 5 minutes of prep time.

To keep things organic, I buy:

I’ve substituted fresh fruit (apples, pears, orange segments), but I really do enjoy the texture of the frozen berries, which drizzle juice over the ricotta cheese. It’s a healthful, filling breakfast “sundae” that’s rich in nutrients and flavor.

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  • smilinggreenmom  January 17, 2010 at 1:55 pm

    Mmmmm – this sounds delicious! I am always looking for new breakfast foods for myself and for our kids to start their day before school and I think we would all love these waffles! I would like to make mine homemade though using Kamut Khorasan wheat even though I do love flax too! Yum! Thanks :)

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