Inspired Stack

by Cait on February 27, 2012

Morning!

Happy Monday to you all – hope you all had a great weekend.

For those of you just catching up, mine was full of color (sadly, not the fruit & veggie kind, but I might argue these were more fun to make and eat anyway):

Rainbow Pancakes

Peanut Butter Pretzel M&M Brown Rice Krispie Treats

While I would’ve loved to have kept the rainbow theme going throughout the week, I was sort of running out of creative ways to do it! So until next weekend, I’ll just have to settle for boring old non-rainbow food


But ya know what? It was pretty dang delicious so I guess I’m not complaining!

After Kath posted her Cait’s Plate-inspired waffle stack on Thursday, I couldn’t get it out of my head.

So a waffle stack it was this morning!

Made up of:

Polished off with coffee on the side

I was up early and off to the gym and knocked out 30 minutes on the elliptical plus my back exercises.  My back has been acting up again lately so back to the elliptical it is for a while…hopefully I can get to a place where I can run consistently without it acting up!

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Kris | iheartwellness.com February 27, 2012

Good Morning!! Sorry to hear about your back, it hope it feels better :(

I’m going to sip my coffee now, then head to the gym…..30 min on elliptical huh?? Eekkk, that is major sweat! Good for you!!

xxoo

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Cait February 27, 2012

Haha thank you! It felt so nice to get back to exercising after taking a few days off!

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Kelli H (Made in Sonoma) February 27, 2012

I love this picture of the waffle stack with the candle!

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Cait February 27, 2012

Thank you! :)

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Laura @ Sprint 2 the Table February 27, 2012

I bought waffles yesterday in preparation for post-cleanse noshing! I’m going to enjoy a massive stack tomorrow. :)

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Cait February 27, 2012

Yaaaay! I can’t wait!!

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Liz @ Tip Top Shape February 27, 2012

That waffle stack looks great!! This is a really random question–but how do you eat it after you finish all those photos?? I feel like the yogurt would get everywhere..lol

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Cait February 27, 2012

Hahah oh it’s definitely pretty messy. I just cut into it. Some of the yogurt blobs out the side but I just sweep it up with my waffle bites :)

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Katie February 27, 2012

Boo for your back! But yay for waffle stacks…I don’t know how you manage to find delicious looking strawberries all year around. Happy Monday!

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Cait February 27, 2012

Haha I don’t either but I’m pretty happy I can otherwise I’d be in TROUBLE! Happy Monday to you too friend! :)

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Catalina @ Cake with Love February 27, 2012

These waffeles don’t look boring at all comparing to my cereal with almond milk!

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Cait February 27, 2012

Hahah – cereal with almond milk sounds pretty darn delicious to me!

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Paige @ Healthy Hits the Spot February 27, 2012

I never thought to use yogurt like that! What a great substitute for whipped cream! This is definitely getting pinned on my “want to try” board! :)

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Cait February 27, 2012

I love it! :) It’s definitely delicious – I highly recommend it, one of my favorite breakfasts by far!

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Ali February 27, 2012

After Kath and your post I went out and bought everything and made them this morning. DELICIOUS!!!!

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Cait February 27, 2012

Alright! I love to hear it! :)

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MigraineMe February 27, 2012

Even your “boring old non-rainbow food” stack of waffles look delicious! Hope your back gets better soon!

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Cait February 27, 2012

Aw, thank you! :)

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Samantha February 27, 2012

I had this for breakfast this morning too! Mine looked more like Kath’s though. Such a great idea!

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Cait February 27, 2012

Thanks! Glad you enjoyed them!

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Cat @ Breakfast to Bed February 27, 2012

your stacks are perfect, you know that, right?

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Cait February 27, 2012

Ahahaha – I don’t know about perfect but they are pretty darn delicious! ;)

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tara February 27, 2012

Have you ever had any issues with food? I’m at a point where I need to gain weight but I’m not exercising. And eating carbs and grains (I definitely eat them) make me feel guilty…like i feel i should focus on protein and fat only; but I’m sick of that obsession. I want to be FREE like you.

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Cait February 27, 2012

Just emailed you!

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Margarita February 27, 2012

Sorry about your back… I always think of injuries as a time to work out other parts of my body. Shin splint attack, no running for a while and time for some biking; back pain attack, no weight lifiting and time for some core work; etc. P.S. I need to get on chia seeds, everyone talks about them but I do not have a clue what they look like or taste like.

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Cait February 27, 2012

Thank you! And I agree – while I can’t run I figure it’s a good time to tone the rest of me! :)

As for chia seeds, DEFINITELY get some! You can find them pretty much anywhere now a days – or even order them on Amazon! Bob’s Red Mill makes some but they’re kind of expensive (though the upside is you can probably find his in a regular grocery store versus a health food store). They don’t have much taste but the texture of them is FANtastic!

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Cait February 27, 2012

Actually, to clarify, the texture they add to things like yogurt and smoothies is fantastic. The texture of them themselves is not really anything too special.

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CJ @ http://healthy-happy-whole.com February 27, 2012

Normally I buy the vans frozen waffles which i absolutely love but I think I might have to try the kashi variety. i need to test this cake claim! regardless of the smell, the picture looks fantastic, and definitely enough inspiration for me to throw these in my cart :-)

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Cait February 27, 2012

Yay! Let me know how you like them! While I love Van’s myself, Kashi are also a great option!

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