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    Honey Yogurt, Berry and Granola Breakfast Popsicles

    Berry, Yogurt and Granola Breakfast Popsicles

    Now that the weather is warming up, I’m trying to find ways in which I can be creative in the kitchen without making my apartment feel like it’s a billion degrees inside. In addition, I’ve been craving something cool and sweet, that doesn’t make me feel like I’m overindulging. That’s where these yummy honey yogurt, berry and granola breakfast popsicles come in. I’ve seen the idea all over Pinterest, and finally decided to give it a go.

    I’m glad I did because this is going to be a favorite treat for me to make all summer long. These breakfast popsicles are great because they’re healthy, only require a few ingredients, and make a great quick breakfast that will last you a few days (unless you eat three a day like me). I’ve even included a recipe for homemade granola if you want to make your popsicles a bit more special and have some time to spare. Keep on reading to learn how to make these delectable frozen treats yourself!

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    Food & DIY

    Smorgasburg LA

    The Jolly Oyster, Smorgasburg Los Angeles

    Smorgasburg LA

    During my last trip back home to LA, I was finally able to check off Smorgasburg LA from my list of things to do. For those of you who are not from LA, you may be wondering what this is. Well, every Sunday Smorgasburg LA turns an empty parking lot into the place to be by bringing together an array of amazing food vendors and fun shops. But, let’s be honest, I was mainly there for the food. And while it was overwhelming to be surrounded  by so many options, I did manage to do my fair share of eating and was extremely satisfied with my picks. Keep on reading for a few of my recommendations.

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    Mr. Holmes Bakehouse, Los Angeles

    Mr. Holmes Bakehouse

    111 S Ave 59

    Los Angeles, CA 90042

    Open Daily, 8AM-3PM

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    I’m not the type of person to fall victim to crazes, especially when it comes to trends in food. After all, it took me years to finally bite into a macaron and discover how truly delicious they are. However, I knew that I had to make my way over to Mr. Holmes Bakehouse, the creators of the cruffin, when I started seeing photos of their awesome new Los Angeles location pop up on my social media feeds.  Who could say no to a place that advertises butter and is adorned in gold and pink? Not this lady, that’s for sure!

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