Pomegranate Breakfast In a Jar & Breakfast Ideas Mondays #5


Yes the “in a jar” theme is a bit of a trend right now, but it just so happens that this trendy little treat is just so much fun to make. In fact, a while back I shared a “Breakfast in a Jar” that I made for the boys and mentioned that my Husband asked for a version just for him. So, that’s what this yummy breakfast is – an “adult” breakfast in a jar. (but don’t let that stop you from offering it to the kids!)

Last week I got myself a couple of Pomegranates. I’ve never actually cooked with pomegranates before, so I went looking for some “how to” tutorials on what to do with the anti-oxidant rich fruit. Luckily I found an excellent tutorial through Pinterest which has a video and detailed explanation on how to get all the yummy seeds(arils) out.

To make the Pomegranate Breakfast In a Jar, simply place a layer of yoghurt at the bottom and top with your favorite muesli and then a sprinkling of pomegranate seeds in each jar. Repeat with a second layer of yoghurt then muesli and finally top with pomegranate seeds to complete the jar.

I used about half a Pomegranate worth of seeds across the 2 jars. I made Pomegranate Muffins with the remainder of the Pomegranate seeds.

Now, onto Breakfast Ideas Mondays. Thanks to all who took part in last week’s Brekfast Ideas Monday! There was such a diverse range of yummy breakfast ideas, here are the favorites:

 

These Gluten Free Banana Pancakes from Real Food, Real Deals looks so sweet and yummy. I love how the bananas are cooked into the pancakes. I imagine it would almost taste like banana bread!

This Slow Cooker Vegetable and Egg Casserole from Practical Stewardship makes a healthy start to the day. Packed full of nutritious vegetables and eggs, it’s a great way to increase your daily veg intake!

 

Since I love ANYTHING with coconut, the Coconut Mocha Frappe from Peanut Butter and Peppers had me intrigued. What a yummy way to have your morning caffeine hit, while enjoying a chocolatey coconut drink. I’m looking forward to giving this a try soon.  

Each week I’ll feature my favorite Breakfast Ideas from the previous week. Make sure you link back to this page.

Here’s the Button for you to grab. Thanks in advance!


Yummy Inspirations


Breakfast Ideas Mondays Rules
1. Post a link to your latest Breakfast Creation.
2. Include a link back to Breakfast Ideas Mondays.
3. Visit other participants for some Breakfast Inspiration. I look forward to seeing your Breakfast Ideas this week. 

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Comments

  1. Thanks so much for hosting! Have a great week! :)

  2. Your pomegranate breakfast jar looks wonderful!! Yum!! Thank you for picking my Coconut Mocha! :) I can’t wait to see what everyone posts.

  3. Sounds great! I just started eating pom. yogurt and it’s really good, but buying the fruit seems a little intimidating. I need to try it!

  4. Cute breakfast idea! Thanks for sharing at Must Try Monday!

  5. Thank you so much for the link-up invite! I really like your blog!! One of my goals this year for my family is to eat more veggies and less processed food. I will be checking out all of your recipes. Have a great day!

  6. Thanks for hosting! Have linked up my Rice Flour Crepes to be part of Breakfast Ideas.

  7. Love your pomegranate breakfast! Thanks for hosting!

  8. That pomegranate breakfast in a jar looks so yummy! Anything with pomegranate is an instant hit with us! We can’t wait to try it! Thanks for linking up to Strut Your Stuff Saturday. Hope to see you again next week! -The Sisters

  9. Thanks for featuring my Vegetable Egg Casserole! Hope you have a great week, and thanks for hosting!!

  10. This looks delicious…what a wonderful breakfast. Thanks so much for sharing at Mix it up Monday :)

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