Perfectly Sweet With a Little Heat

Hey guys!

Thank you all so SO much for all the sweet comments on my
first 10 miler!

Yesterday was definitely a rocking day for sure! After my “celebratory” pancake brunch, I drove into Nashville to meet up with my good friend Heather…

aka HEAB 🙂

After nearly five months of not seeing each other, with her just getting back from a long vacation in Michigan and me not far removed from the California shore, we knew there would be a lot to catch each other up on. And what better way to do it than over a nice big trough bowl of fro-yo?

My very first bowl of Sweet CeCe’s fro-yo!

At first I was impressed by the variety of the flavors (nice change of pace to the boring rotation here in Clarksville), but then…then I had a sample, and…

Oh my gosh, it was the thickest, densest, BEST frozen yogurt I’ve ever had!

After I tried about half of the flavors and was pretty disappointed in the cake batter flavor (totally just tasted like an extra sweet vanilla), we both decided to go with a mix of the
Original Tart and Strawberry Banana.

Topped with granola, almonds, and shredded coconut!

Then we decided to take advantage of the beautiful weather and enjoyed our fro-yo/chit chat al fresco!

Wow, is it just me or does my hair look really red in this pic?

And Heather, being the sweetheart that she is, also brought a little “present” for me:

Her favorite jam

Which I already put to good use in tonight’s dinner!

Whole wheat toast with scrambled cheesy eggs and hot pepper preserves

And you better believe those pieces of toast came together to make one of the best sweet/savory and smooth/spicy sandwiches yet!

Oh and FYI, I made these eggs with a little tip from one of mine and Heather’s favorite bloggers! If you want perfectly light and fluffy scrambled eggs, hop on over and see Sarena’s secret!

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