I hope everyone had a great labor day. Mine was filled with cooking and resting. We planned on going hiking but we woke up to a storm that ruined that idea. If you missed my Blueberry Muffin recipe Saturday you owe it to yourself to really take a look at it. The kids ate the heck out of them.
These are my absolute favorite kind of kind bars. Must recreate.
Since I colored my hair about 4 times this weekend before finding a color I could rock, my nail tips here stained dark purple. I thought I could cover it with some light purple OPI polish I got on sale for $1.50. The end result, an ombre affect that’s pretty neat.
That’s me at 26 weeks and before I toned down the hair.
Don’t judge my hundreds of selfies. I’m so indecisive I look at them to make sure I like it. It’s how I decided bright wasn’t me. Looking 13 isn’t my style. At least I’m really trying for it not to be. #roundfaceproblems (selfies and hashtags, I’ve gone to the dark side…. and I don’t hate it.
This was the highlight of my Labor day.
I’m really excited to share with you guys this recipe today. I made it for breakfast yesterday and I couldn’t get enough of it. Some recipes I think okay, this is good. This recipe I think, I NEED MORE IN MY BELLY. I used up the last of my peaches and they were perfectly ripe. This was so easy and so delicious it would be perfect for a weekday breakfast for the kids before school.
Clean Eating Individual Peach Crisps
Prep Time: 5 Minutes
Cook Time: 30 Minutes
Keywords: bake breakfast dessert coconut oil oatmeal honey peaches pie American summer
Ingredients (4 Crisps)
- 2 peaches
- 1/4 Cup Quick Cooking Oats
- 1 Tablespoon Honey
- 1 Teaspoon Cinnamon
- 1 Teaspoon Grass Fed Butter
- 1 Teaspoon Coconut Oil
Cut the peaches in half and take out the seed.
Place skin side down in a baking dish.
in a bowl mix together the coconut oil, butter, and cinnamon.
Divide the mixture into fours and spoon the in the center of each peach half.
In a bowl combine oats and honey until oats are coated.
Divide into fours and spoon over the tops of each peach pressing down lightly to cover as much as the surface as you can.
Bake at 350 degrees for 25-30 30 minutes or until peaches are soft.
Scarlet starts dance class today and Braiden starts running club.
What did you guys do this Labor Day weekend?