Lazy J Bar C

Lazy J Bar C

Friday, May 18, 2012

Breakfast Parfait


My favorite breakfast...homemade goat milk yogurt, strawberries fresh from the garden and homemade Maple Granola. It looks even prettier when served up in my Redneck Wine Glass that I bought from one of the vendors at the La Fiesta De Los Vaqueros Rodeo a few months ago! :)


Isn't that just about the cutest thing you've ever seen? It's a canning jar affixed to a stem, I'm not sure of the method used. The lid and ring were included to "keep the bugs out of your wine!" She had half pint and pint glasses, I figured I better go for the smaller one if I was going to be drinking wine out of it! LOL!!
Linking up with Heidi and Deb for Farmgirl Friday, Lisa for Farm Fresh Friday and Tayet for Forever Farmgirls Friday.

19 comments:

TexWisGirl said...

i do love the redneck wine glass. :)

Tanya said...

that looks yummy and i love that redneck wine glass!

edenhills said...

That breakfast looks perfect, and I love the wine glass. I might have to find me one of them there fancy glasses!

Shaun_ShutterBug said...

Now, where did i but my wine glass !!!!

That does look very tempting though

Shaun Valleys ShutterBug

Shaun_ShutterBug said...

Now, where did i but my wine glass !!!!

That does look very tempting though

Shaun Valleys ShutterBug

LindaG said...

Your breakfast looks great. :o)
Hope you have a wonderful weekend!

SweetLand Farm said...

that looks really good. i have the same kinda breakfast, only not in a fancy glass like yours!!

Carolyn Renee said...

I'm STILL having problems with making yogurt with the goat milk. I can never get it even "store-bought" thick and I like it even thicker, like Greek-style. I just bought a yogurt maker and am trying that just this evening to see if it will work any better than my hot water in the cooler method.

Mind sharing your method??

Michaele said...

Now that is just smart - a lid for your wine glass : ) I am going to have to check out your granola recipe. This looks so healthy and good!

Hibiscus House said...

I wish that I lived closer so that I could taste that it looks so good!

Alica said...

That looks so good! Love the redneck wine glass, too!

Candy C. said...

CR,
I use the recipe from "Goats Produce Too - The Udder Real Thing" by Mary Jane Toth.

Vanilla Yogurt
1 quart goat milk
1/2 cup powdered milk
1/3 cup sugar
1/2 teaspoon vanilla
2 tablespoons plain greek style yogurt

I make it from the milk I just brought in from milking, so it is already warm. I tried using the freeze-dried yogurt culture but it doesn't come out as thick as when using the store bought greek style yogurt. I just mix everything up in the yogurt maker containter and let it "cook" for 7 to 8 hours then refrigerate and use it the next day. Once you make a batch, you can save a couple of tablespoons to use for a "starter" for your next batch.
Hope that helps! :)

Sharon said...

Yummy! I love your breakfast, and the glass is really cute. I can't wait for some of my fresh strawberries.

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Sall's Country Life said...

That looks so delicious! Fresh,Fresh, Fresh!! And pretty fancy in that redneck wine glass! I laughed at the included lid (that comes in handy during bug season) Thanks so much for sharing with Farm Fresh Friday, I'm raising my wine glass to ya right now!!

Kathy Felsted Usher said...

I saw one of those redneck wine glasses- how funny is that? The parfait looks wonderful!

Marie said...

Oh, that looks SO YUMMY! By the way, love the goat cheese! I'm sure goat yogurt is delicious too! And the glass is just too cute!

Madge Bloom said...

Ah, the multipurpose canning jar... love your shots... Sorry I been so quiet these last couple weeks, I’ve been really ill (now finally diagnosed with Whooping Cough even though I was immunized) and have had another very rough week.

Marigold said...

Love those Red Neck Wine glasses, and well, ANYthing with goat milk has to be good, right? :)

Kateri said...

Love the glass! I've never seen anything like that! Now I badly want a set for myself!