The Color Purple

Before my morning walk today, I compiled a bowl of Breakfast Pudding. Stir together 1/4 cup each: rolled oats, TJ’s nonfat greek yogurt, water:


About 10 drops Liquid Stevia + a handful frozen blueberries:


Got inspired outside…


…everywhere I looked, shades of purple!


35 minutes later, my “pudding” had congealed and was a little lavender from the berries…


…but I knew the hue could be kicked up a notch with some Maqui Powder (a complimentary sample from Navitas Naturals)


Antioxidant power!


Added the recommended serving size – 2 teaspoons


“Violet! You’re turning violet, Violet!”


The Maqui Powder has a very similar taste to the blueberries, so I couldn’t really differentiate between the flavor of the two. It was quite a delicious bowl, actually.


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What’s your favorite purple food?


19 thoughts on “The Color Purple

  1. Sara K

    I’ve never heard of maqui berries- sounds like the next food blogger trend! Favourite purple food: Aubergines for sure!

  2. Cindy

    Hmmm…that’s a toss up between blueberries, blackberries and eggplant. Do I have to choose?

  3. Amanda @ the beauty notebooks

    I love how you were able to focus on one color in this post! Very aesthetically pleasing while reading it 🙂

    I like blueberries, but only in muffins!

  4. livinglearningeating

    Oh wow, that looks delicious! I have to agree with Sara K about the Aubergines, though 🙂

    Though I am SUCH a blueberry fan. Ugh, wish I didn’t just eat supper – I want a bowl just like that right now, but I’m too full 😛

  5. sandy tso

    Good morning, lynn. It’s 8:33am in Shenzhen China. It was quite a delicious bowl, actually! Iwant to know what kind of your lovely dog dog is ? And her or his name? Could you talk about your pet? I very much look forward to your reply.

  6. Tina

    PURPLE YAMS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! It’s naturally sweet and the best type of yam there is.

  7. sophia

    I was going to say eggplants, but then I saw Tina’s comment above and I have to agree with her, 100%: purple sweet potato is the BEST.

    1. Lynn at The Actors Diet Post author

      yes! i love the tapioca quality of chia seeds. thanks for the reminder i need more!

  8. mariejolene

    I like all purple cabbage, and purple onions, which for some reason are called red onions!!!??

  9. Jenn Brigole

    That’s a lot purple, Lynn. Those frozen blueberries remind me of my occasional nights when I snack on a bowl of it instead of a popcorn when watching some late night flicks. 🙂 Yum and healthy. 🙂

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