Herbs at breakfast

Good morning….check out our herbs- they’re getting bigger every day. Can’t wait to be able to harvest some basil for pizza! I’m so excited because I’ve never been very good at growing anything, but the Aerogarden makes it easy!

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This morning, I decided on one of my usual breakfasts, English muffins, but spiced up a little different…Yesterday, Kelsey posted about brown sugar and cinnamon on her British muffins, so I thought I’d give that a try. It is pretty much how my mom makes cinnamon toast- which I always loved but I had never tried brown sugar!

Half got the brown sugar and cinnamon topping, and half got almond + pumpkin butter.

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Both halves were yummy! I love almost anything with cinnamon- and of course, hazelnut coffee with cream…more than half empty already!

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I’m off to get ready for the conference again today- more education on fitness, wellness, and obesity….I’ll share the high points of what I learn later. Have a great Thursday!

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4 responses to “Herbs at breakfast

  1. Hi Angie! Thanks for reading my blog 🙂 I’d love to hear more about this “areogarden”, where do you get it, how much is is it and how big?

    • angiesappetite

      Hi Gina. Thanks for stopping by! We got our Aerogarden on Amazon.com last year and have already had one full harvest of herbs…we just planted a new set of herbs about 3 weeks ago and they’ve grown this much already. I think ours was about $150 but they have versions that are less or more. It is about 1 1/2 feet long and less than one foot wide…it doesn’t take up much space at all- we keep it in the corner of our kitchen counter.

  2. I want to have an herb garden! I have a few transplants on my patio of cinnamon basil, bell pepper and asparagus. I hope to make a raised bed in our new place once the summer winds down. I’ve always wanted to try the aerogarden, it looks so neat. yay for basil pizza! and I go through jars and jars of cinnamon, it’s so good on pretty much everything sweet and savory. We also make a roast in the crock-pot, covered with pumpkin-pie spice. Sounds weird, but it’s really yummy 🙂

    -kristen

    • angiesappetite

      Hey Kristen! Yum- the pumpkin pie spice roast sounds good- interesting, but good! We’re doing a raised vegetable garden this year for the first time, so I’ll let you know how it goes.

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