Tuesday, December 20, 2011

Tasty Tuesday - Blueberries & Cream Cheese & Zebras

Okay, so we're not actually putting zebras into something that we're eating... But I did get to use my fabulous new zebra print Jane Marvel Tote this weekend!

Tunic ($18) & Leggings ($20): Target
Socks: These are sooo old, so I don't know.
Booties ($20) & Bracelets ($4): JCPenney
Jane Marvel Tote: won in a Monday Mingle giveaway

Thank you Keely for pointing me to these leggings!! They're so comfy and I love them!  


How amazing is this tote?!?  It's big and roomy and perfect for all of the traveling that I'll be doing later this week. Not to mention, that it will be ideal for next fall when I'm teaching and lugging all kinds of teachery stuff to school every day! I think I'll be one stylin' teacher with this tote in hand. =)


Not only did I get to use my fabulous new tote this weekend, but I also got to try out a new pinterest recipe, of course, with my own twist. Because if you know me at all, you know that I can never follow a recipe exactly.  Anyways, I found this recipe a while back and decided on Saturday that I needed something delicious and sweet and warm and gooey for breakfast. So, I made this.  


Blueberry Cream Cheese Sopapillas
2 cans croissant dough
2 packages softened cream cheese
Frozen or fresh blueberries
1 cup sugar
1 tsp vanilla
2 tbsp melted butter
cinnamon & sugar mixture

Spread out one can of dough in an ungreased pan. Mix together cream cheese, vanilla and sugar with a blender until smooth and spread it in on top of the croissant dough.  Layer blueberries on top of the cream cheese mixture and then stretch out the 2nd can of croissant dough on top.  Pour the melted butter on top and then sprinkle with cinnamon and sugar.  Bake at 350 degrees for 30 minutes.  

When it comes out of the oven, pour yourself a hot cup of coffee and try not to eat the entire pan! It'll be quite the feat, let me tell ya.  What's great about this dish is that it has all the components of a sweet breakfast treat, but it also works perfectly as a dessert.  I even think this dish is tasty enough to be the star of our Christmas morning breakfast/brunch. =)

I'm linking up today with the girls over at Monday Mingle for the chance to win a Serena and Lily gypsy tote, which of course makes me think of Gossip Girl. Does anyone else out there watch Gossip Girl? I'm kind of obsessed with that crazy bunch of kids who just can't seem to get it together.

Last, but not least, don't forget to go enter my Blue Vanilla giveaway for a piece of jewelry of your choice!

25 comments:

silvergirl said...

great bag
needs a great big monogram on the front! :)
brett

Style Journey said...

What a fabulous bag! You will be the coolest teacher on the block :)

Candy Apple Fashion said...

What a great bag! Love zebra print. Your boots are so cute!

-Dreama

Fashion By Alicia said...

That tote is absolutely fabulous and that recipe looks delicious!

fhenny said...

love the outfit!
te bag would make a great weekend travelling bag for me i guess
it's adorable

xoxo
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Ashley said...

I LOVE your top! It's casual and stylish and just wonderful. I could use more things like that to wear to work. I feel like I either wear total bum clothes there or really fancy clothes, but nothing in between.

I'm kind of ignoring your recipe because I am trying to control myself...I've been doing plain oatmeal and fruit and yogurt for breakfast lately. The holiday cookies have been getting me.

BresBaubles said...

You look super cute and that recipe looks divine!

xoxo
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Elly said...

great bag! :)

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rlutz said...

Lots of blueberry gooey goodness...
Love the added touch with the colored socks! That bag is so fun and perfect for toting all your teacher needs!

carissa at lowercase letters said...

your rockin that tunic. and i've seen those leggings before! better try them on! yumm to the blueberry tastiness!!!

Elle Sees said...

Perfect outfit for shopping or traveling

Girlie Blogger said...

Yum! You made my Tuesday super tasty.

Yes, the tote is amazing! Love the prints.

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TaraMixandMatch said...

That zebra print tote is awesome!

Rachel said...

that looks so yummy!

Style Sud-Est said...

Just discovered you via Ooomph, such great style you have! I love all your remix- so happy and colorful my kind of girl

I am following

Ariane

Bravoe Runway said...

You are definitely going to be 1 styling teacher with that zebra tote! Hmmm ok so for next year I should go all out with a real holiday sweater huh? The one with blinking lights and the whole 9 yards...I'll keep that in mind :D

Kristin said...

What a fun tote! And I'm drooling over those sopapillas!

Shea said...

That's an awesome bag, and it will be perfect for teaching!! And yummy sopapillas too!

Lisa said...

LOVE the tote and the idea of a big monogram that some else mentioned -- in hot pink!

Kassi said...

Yay! That tote is amazingly big and awesome. Teachery stuff has never looked so good. ;) Love the socks with the leggings. Very cute! :)

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skippysays said...

Love you new bag! And the little pops of pink are so fun :)
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Ash Louise said...

blueberry thingy... please marry me... you look delicious!!!

Rochelle's Closet said...

lovely bag ;-)

Nicole Feliciano said...

Love the bag! yay you! Thanks so much for showing off your style and linking up on Monday Mingle.

SassyUptownChic said...

That tote is WILD girl! I love it! :)
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