So to start my spring break, I had the pleasure of having my wisdom teeth removed! Awesome, just awesome.. The nice thing was that I only had two wisdom teeth, and the double nice thing was that I was going to be asleep for the surgery, and the triple nice thing was that my surgeon thoroughly explained the process of the procedure so there were no surprises. I know that was a run on sentence, BUT we’re not in English class right now so it’s okay .
Another plus to having my wisdom teeth removed, if you could call it that, is that I get to have a soft food diet, which includes YOGURT! I absolutely love frozen yogurt, and I could probably eat it for every meal if I could. You know whenever you go to meet people at various events, there are those ice breaker questions that they always ask so every one can get to know one another. One of those questions is “if you could eat only one food for the rest of your life, what would it be?” My immediate answer is oatmeal.. and then yogurt.
Oatmeal? Really? I know, I know, it’s a weird food to request for the rest of your life, but I love it because it’s so versatile!
And yogurt… well that’s just self explanatory. It’s so delicious, healthy, and there are a million, billion flavors! Well maybe not that many.. but there are a lot. It’s funny because I didn’t used to like yogurt when I was younger, especially Go-gurt. Yogurt in a tube is a good concept, nice and easy travel and perfect for kids BUT I think just the fact that the yogurt sits in the kids’ lunchboxes all morning until lunch is a little bit unsettling. Then it gets all warm and loses viscosity.. Unless of course the kids have a super mom who remembers to pack a small ice pack, the Go-gurt away!
Anyway, back to the good stuff. I decided to make myself some frozen yogurt with my favorite ingredients, nonfat Greek yogurt and pure pumpkin! The perfect sweet treat to make my mouth feel better (: