Morning Rounds Muesli French Toast + Noonday Style Launch Party
Happy Monday! How was everyone’s weekend?
The weather here was ridiculously beautiful and our rose bushes seemed to have burst into full bloom overnight!
This color in particular is my favorite:
The girls also enjoyed the weather and sunbathed on our deck for a while…
We started our Saturday morning with some delicious French toast that I made using Ozery Bakery’s Muesli Morning Rounds.
They sent me a package of each flavor that they offer which includes Muesli, Apple Cinnamon and Cranberry Orange.
I used the Muesli flavor for my French toast which are made with raisins, multi-grain flour, oats, apples and sunflower seeds.
I dipped them in a batter of two whole eggs, 1/2 cup almond milk and 1 tablespoon vanilla extract, sprinkled them with cinnamon and cooked them in a frying pan for about 4 to 5 minutes on each side.
Garnished with strawberries and topped with warm maple syrup…BAM!
A quick and delicious breakfast!
I really enjoyed how thick and fluffy they were and thought they made great French toast.
Of all three, my favorite kind was the Cranberry Orange.
The flavor in these was just right without being too sweet. I could have eaten them for dessert, they were so good!
I also like that I can understand the ingredient list and there isn’t anything crazy in them!
Plus, there are only 160 calories and 5 grams of sugar per round.
Overall, they tasted great, had perfect texture, and made an incredibly easy option for breakfast.
That said, I personally try to buy products with whole grain flour as the first ingredient which none of these had. But, if they made them completely whole grain then they would make a perfect everyday option for me. Otherwise, I would still eat them as an occasional treat such as Saturday morning French toast!
Later on in the day, I made the trip over to Jenna’s house for the Noonday Style Launch Party.
I had already perused the website before hand and loved that the items they offer are not only incredibly unique, but they also provide opportunities for women across the world living in poverty to feed their families or to buy certain medications that they may need to stay healthy.
Jenna was a great hostess and had a scrumptious collection of finger foods and wine for us.
My favorite were the roasted sweet potato wedges with lemongrass crème fraîche. They were to-die-for!
Her apartment also had an amazing view with some seriously fresh air from all of the gorgeous trees everywhere.
Not too shabby, huh?
I didn’t take too many pictures of the party as it wasn’t really that kind of atmosphere, but I had a great time and really enjoyed meeting Jenna (and Dexter!).
She’s just as sweet in person as she is on her blog and her food actually tastes as good as it looks in her amazing photos.
The accessories I bought at the party should be coming in the mail after a week or so and I’ll be sure to share what I bought on here in case you are interested in getting something. You can also check out their website (Noonday Style) if you want to take a look around.
And, if you live in the Bay area and are interested in hosting a trunk party at your house, you can contact Jenna through the link above to set one up.
I would love to host one at my house but Gigi is not a fan of having people over unless they are sitting down which complicates things a bit.
Good thing she’s cute!
What is your favorite bread to use for French toast?
Have you ever hosted a trunk show or launch party at your house?
**Disclaimer: Although Ozery Bakery provided me with free samples of their product to try, I was not compensated for this review. All of the feelings and opinions I share in this post are entirely my own.