L’ETO: City’s Best Breakfast

Start the day right at L’ETO, one of Dubai’s chicest restaurants, with a delicious and expansive breakfast spread on offer. Whether its Eggs Benedicts, outrageously delicious pancakes or the freshest acai bowl, L’ETO has got you covered. 

Open from 9 AM every day, L’ETO caters to all food palettes, healthy and indulgent. The English is an elevated version of the classics with a choice of eggs, homemade fava beans, beef bacon, succulent sumac sausages and assortment of veggies.


For those looking for healthier options, Do-It-Yourself Avocado Toast features full avocado in basil olive oil ready to be smashed on the plate by a guest, the Fit & Lean Avocado Quinoa, Poached Eggs Bowl – pure and carb-free dish and the Green Breakfast Halloumi Bowl will keep you healthy stuffed. Yet the absolute healthy stars are The Vegan platter which includes scrambled tofu & sumac & miso baby aubergines, and the Açai Granola Bowl with coconut yoghurt and more.


While those looking to indulge, rich choices like the Lobster Benedict are aplenty. Complete with the perfect kick of sugar, the menu features fluffy Ricotta Pancakes, Strawberry and Banana Pancakes, Caramel Crust French Toast and House-made Crêpes. 


Finally, the regional classic – Traditional Turkish Breakfast, a large tray completed with eggs in garlic and dill yoghurt served with typical spreads and sides is a true highlight of the menu.

Whether it’s the morning after a night-out, catching up with friends first thing in the morning or grabbing a bite after a school run, your favorite neighborhood dining destination, L’ETO has something for everyone. 

Visit https://letocaffe.ae/ the website for more information.

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Check out Jennifer Garner’s take on TikTok’s frozen yoghurt bark

Jennifer Garner’s Instagram followers know all about her delightful #PretendCookingShow, in which the actress demonstrates her cooking and baking skills. In addition to trying out recipes from various food bloggers, the actress isn’t immune to the allure of a TikTok food trend. Case in point, Garner put her spin on the viral frozen yoghurt bark you may have stumbled upon recently. When you see her delicious take on the sweet treat (and find out what registered dietitians have to say about it), you’re going to want to make it for yourself.
Jennifer Garner’s take on the frozen yoghurt bark
Garner shared a video on TikTok and Instagram of her making a version of frozen yoghurt bark, which is basically exactly what it sounds like: a frozen sheet of yoghurt topped with a variety of fruits, nuts, seeds, and more. Her take was adapted from a recipe by Catherine McCord (aka Weelicious), according to identical captions of both her social media posts.


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Based on the clips Garner shared, you can make the snack in a matter of minutes. The toughest part will be finding the patience to wait for your “perfect summer treat” (as Garner put it) to freeze before you enjoy it.
To make Garner’s frozen yoghurt bark, simply line a small baking sheet or flat dish with parchment paper, spreading an even layer the yoghurt of your choice on top, she explained in her caption. Then follow Garner’s lead by adding your toppings (you can use pretty much anything sweet or salty you have on hand) evenly on top of the layer of yoghurt. When your creation is complete, put it in the freezer and break it up into bite-sized pieces and enjoy.
Garner uses a cold-pressed fruit snack from her family’s farm brand, Once Upon a Farm, “for a little no-sugar-added sweetness,” she says in the video. Then, she adds a plethora of toppings, including blueberries, mini marshmallows, chocolate chips, shredded coconut, mixed nuts, and granola. Finally, she pops the tray in the freezer, and when it’s frozen, she breaks it up into small pieces to eat. In the video, Garner gives the finished product her seal of approval, winking at the camera as she takes a bite.
Along with being tasty, the snack has a lot to offer nutritionally, according to experts. “Frozen yoghurt bark makes a great summer treat,” says registered dietitian and Everlywell advisor Heather Hanley, RDN. “It can provide protein, fibre, probiotics, and interesting flavours and textures if assembled with the right combination of ingredients.”
A good place to start is with Greek yoghurt, says fellow Everlywell advisor and registered dietitian Nicole Lindel, RD. It’s packed with protein (nearly 10 grams per serving, to be exact), along with bone-boosting calcium and essential vitamins and nutrients, including potassium, phosphorus, riboflavin (vitamin B12), iodine, zinc, and vitamin B5, she notes. Greek yoghurt is also packed with probiotics, which support gut health, says Lindel. Still, “all types of yoghurt are a good source of calcium and provide some potassium,” adds Hanley.
Both experts recommend playing around with flavours to make this treat fun and satisfying. “Chia seeds provide fibre, calcium, and iron; flax seeds provide omega 3 fatty acids and fibre, and hemp seeds provide an added protein boost and fibre,” says Hanley. “You can add crushed nuts or nut butter for additional protein and healthy fats,” adds Lindel. “You can even make your own flavoured yoghurt by blending together plain Greek yoghurt and your fruit of choice,” says Lindel.
If you haven’t already tried the healthy summer snack, let Garner’s latest creation and these expert-approved tips inspire you in the kitchen.
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