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.

 

Dish of the Week: 1 fruit at breakfast

lots of protein and blackberries

 

Got up with the idea of building more muscle than tummy, now that tummy ops are done, and I came up with this:

2 boiled eggs and a dust of white pepper,

a cup of blackberries,

Arla strawberry protein yogurt,

some cashew nuts,

cranberry juice,

and following a sleepless night,

zero caffeine.

 

Source your own vitamins.

 

Dish of the Week: 1 fruit at breakfast

Apricot jam, honey and kiwi

 

Continuing with my determination to eat at least a fruit every breakfast.  One week in and I already feel a flatter stomach.  I haven’t lost any weight, just backlog.

Today’s fruit is going to be a kiwi cut in half which I will eat with a coffee spoon, by carving in.  This reminds me of the first time I ate kiwi, back at the time when kiwis were properly exotic fruit just imported for the first time in Spanish supermarkets and not as cheap as nowadays.

Source your own vitamins.

It’s going to be accompanied by silky honey and the best apricot conserve in the market.  Very sweet, but with a tangy aftertaste.

kiwi,

thin toasts,

one with honey honey,

and the other with my favorite jam,

Bonne Maman apricot conserve,

and  a double espresso

with a spark of cinnamon.

 

A lovely way to start a sweet morning.