Saucy Indian Spiced Chicken with Naan.
Did you know the best recipes just happen out of nowhere?
Because I have discovered time and time again that some of my favorite recipes are the recipes that I just start throwing things together and calling it a meal.
This meal – snack, dessert, breakfast or whatever you want to call it, happened at the end of a not so awesome day creativity wise. It was almost like my brain was so fed up and annoyed with not producing one creative thing all day long that just staring blankly into my pantry triggered an idea. Well, that and I was in need of a snack.
Also, I have kind of been in a summery foods mood lately, and ice cream cones just seemed fun.
Double also, the photo above would be a million and one times cooler if my nails were painted a pretty shade of turquoise blue or a springy purple. Unfortunately, I am just not that cool. Wishing I was at this moment though.
Alright, so there I was standing in my pantry looking around hopelessly trying to think of something when the waffle cones on the top self caught my eye.
All it took was seeing those cones and I knew exactly what I was making for a snack. It was gonna be epic and super quick since I already had the popcorn made from a previous little project.
If you are thinking it is too cold for this cone well then, one it is a good thing this is not ice cream and, two that’s a little crazy.
Ice cream is always good.
Really though, the yogurt makes for the perfect complement to the warm Nutella and bananas. Add the popcorn and it is similar to granola and yogurt – but better.
We’ll just pretend that the popcorn is sugarless… and super healthy. K? And hey, popcorn is actually a whole grain, so we are totally good to go.
Oh, and since there is yogurt and “WAFFLE” cones these qualify as breakfast food too, right?
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Healthy(ish) food in a waffle cone? Yup, just as good as it sounds.
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I love recipes that just come from wanting a snack and throwing something together!! 😉 This sounds fantastic! Pinned!!
What a fun idea! I really hope to see you win to because you totally deserve it!
Aww! Seriously, thank you! You are the sweetest and that comment means the world to me! 🙂
First of all, I voted and am telling everyone I know to do the same — you RULE and I am so very proud of you, T! Second of all, for voting can I please have ten cones?! Thanks 😀
Omg! Thank you so much, Hayley! You are so sweet. You kind words make my friday night!
Oh wow, this recipe is so fun! I’d love to have my hands on this right now, so good!
Love that you thought to serve a parfait in a waffle cone — how much more exciting is that! And with nutella slathered between every layer of yogurt? Heck yes!
Thanks so much, Alexandra!
This is too much fun!! Need!!
I want this for every meal… EVER! You’re so brilliant, girl!
Hi Tieghan, wondering where you purchased the waffles cones? have not seen them at the market. Thanks.
Hey Cheri, I just get mine at target or the grocery store. Hope that helps!
I have been searching for a cone stuffed with yogurt and popcorn recipe for *ages*, so glad I finally found a good one. I could have never made this on my own. Great idea adding bananas. How do you think of this?! You must be a genius. And it only takes 40 minutes to make? I tried a similar recipe that I found from Google that took over 2 hours. This one will be much better.
Ha! I a so not a genius!! Trust me, this just happened out of being desperate to make something! LOL!
Oh, I am drooling all over my keyboard! They look insanely delicious!
Haha! Thank you so much, Sommer!
Wowzers! This looks amazing!
Thank you so much, Paula!
Such a fun snack idea, love the cashew caramel popcorn!
Thank Laura! It really was a fun snack!
Wow on all fronts. Those jars are so cool, and how you used them to hole the cones, come on! So cute!
Thank you so much!!
Omg, so much is going on and ALL of it looks wonderful!! I think I just fell in love. yum! This is a great find!
Thanks so much, Danielle!
I’m pretty sure you just gave me permission to have an ice cream cone for breakfast, and I am loving that!!! What a fun recipe that came out of nowhere! I’m going to vote for you right now – love your blog!
Haha! I think I did too, LOL!
Thank you so much, Beth!!