Pretty Please with some Cream Cheese on Top

Please, PRETTY PLEASE for the love of all things good in this world, tell me that at some point in your life, you’ve enjoyed a bagel with cream cheese and jelly.

Now, please, PRETTY PLEASE for the love of all things better, tell me that you have cream cheese, jelly and steel cut oats within arm’s reach.

I guarantee, this will rock your world the way it rocked mine.

Cream Cheese and Jelly Oatmeal

I may not mind running out of peanut butter if it means stumbling across other equally delicious oatmeal add-ins. Walnuts, flax and IKEA lingonberry jam just added to the incredible factor.

Oats with Cream Cheese and Jelly

Speaking of oatmeal, check out the Healthiest Fast Food Oatmeals! Even though I consider buying breakfast a special necessity after a looong night, their comparison was interesting!

The cream cheese lovin’ seemed to originate in yesterday’s lunch:

bagel with cream cheese and veggies

Plain bagel + cream cheese + tomato + sprouts, with sides of carrots and a plum for good measure.

bagel and fruit

Before I dip for work to go tackle some may-jah projects, I want to simply remind you:

“It doesn’t matter what you’ve heard, impossible is not a word – it’s just a reason for somebody not to try” – Kutless – What Faith Can Do”

Pretty Please tell me: What is your favorite way to eat a bagel?

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5 Comments on “Pretty Please with some Cream Cheese on Top”

  1. Not a bagel person…..but I guess I’d have to say with a little cream cheese!

  2. Sarah says:

    Hmmm…I like mine toasted with peanut butter, banana, and cinnamon.

  3. I love a toasted bagel with lots of cream cheese. Never tried it with jelly too though!

  4. That oatmeal looks great! I love my bagels in sandwich form like yours, or with cheese and tomato…or just with cream cheese!

  5. […] much as I loved my last cream cheese-infused oatmeal recipe, it’s not surprising that I gobbled down this bowl topped with cream cheese, natural apricot […]


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