Dish of the Week: Pineapple cakes

Pineapple cakes

 

So easy to shape your blonde little angels with the help of different sized glasses or cups.  No need to invest money and space in extra tools

Eat a rainbow

 

Source your own vitamins.

 

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Dish of the Week: Last of the Xmas sweets

Last of the Xmas sweets

I pat myself in the back for maintaining my #onefruitatbreakfast, even though I accompany it with lots of fatty foods.

Yes!, juice does count as one of your daily fruit and veggies intake.  However, it just counts as 1, regardless of how many glasses you have

Eat a rainbow

 

polvorones,
roscos,
coffee,
just squeezed orange juice.

Source your own vitamins.

 

Dish of the Week: cakes and roscos

1 fruit at breakfast

 

No matter what I’ll have for breakfast, at least one fruit it’s included.  It’s a great way to get your digestive system started for the day.

Eat a rainbow

 

 

 Source your own vitamins.

 

Dish of the Week: Three Little Santas

Felices reyes!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Three little Magician Kings

Today we’re celebrating this wonderful Spanish tradition of when the 3 Magician Kings brought presents to little Jesus.

3 rice cakes,
brown bread,
with coconut oil,
apricot marmelade,
blackberry jam
nutella,
cottage cheese,

cranberries,
sultanas,
goji berries,
spiced plum jam,

blueberries,
mandarin,
and some grapes.

and lots of chocolate, in the form of stars, gold and blue icing, and green and blue pills.

Source your own vitamins.

 

Dish of the Week: Three Little Santas

Feliz Navidad!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

 

Three little Santas

 

rice cakes,
with coconut oil,
strawberries,
blueberries,
and pears.

Source your own vitamins.