Dish of the Week: Circles

Circles

with love tea

This will probably excite almost any nutritionist.  It has protein, carbs, fruit and green tea.

And it looks lovely too!

#eatarainbow

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Dish of the Week: love birds

Love birds

 

To bring a romantic breakfast full of protein to bed you don’t actually need much time and preparation.

Just picture an image in your head and decorate it with your fridge ingredients.

You’re still on time to make it special

#eatarainbow

  • raspberries,
  • walnuts,
  • 2 eggs,
  • lumpfish caviar,
  • smoked salmon,
  • red pepper,
  • watercress leaves,
  • coffee,
  • pineapple juice

 

 

#Sourceyourownvitamins.

 

 

Dish of the Week: figs and turkey

Figs and turkey

 

Figs go so well with protein, eggs and, specially, any kind of meat.

They’re also full of iron, so a great way to start your morning

 

Eat a rainbow.

  • 4 Figs,
  • 1 turkey slice,
  • 1 boiled egg,
  • a drop of honey,
  • freshly squeezed orange juice

Source your own vitamins.

 

 

 

No hot drinks today but freshly squeezed orange juice to pump up the vitamins

 

 

 

 

Dish of the Week: homemade apple marmalade

#onefruitatbreakfast

eat a rainbow

Today I’m enjoying my mum’s delicious apple marmalade.  She does lots of different marmalades and jams, but my favourite is definitely my favourite.  Not so sweet but incredibly tasty.   ❤

fresh squeezed orange juice,

banana,

2 wholemeal toasts,

homemade apple marmalade,

and traditionally made coffee.

 

Source your own vitamins.

 

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: 1 fruit at breakfast

Strawberries and nut butter

 

It is a struggle to continue the quest but I’m determined to succeed, however much I’ve been adding fruit to pastries in the last few weeks.

You look at the fruit, and immediately feel a chill.  You think you want chocolate croissants and hot chocolate and want to cheat by eating apple tart.  Maybe tomorrow I’ll try with a baked apple.

 

Source your own vitamins.

 

Strawberries,

thin toasts,

one with peanut butter,

and the other with cashew nut butter.

And a creamy double espresso

with a spark of cinnamon.

 

The little bowl seems to reflect January tightness, but I promise I have already been munching on them.  But no, no more to replace the ones gone.