Dish of the Week: just fruit

Fruit tray

Today we are just having fruit and water.  Following some weeks where training has been absent due to injuries, and overcompensating with chocolate, bakery, and the rest , a detox is thoroughly needed.

The preparations just involves 15mins of peeling and cutting fruit, and that’s all cooking needed for the day.  I’m thinking in extending it to once a week only veggies, fruit and water allowed.

eat a rainbow

  • guava,
  • pineapple,
  • apricot,
  • persimmon,
  • orange,
  • banana,
  • mandarins,
  • yellow and red apples,
  • pomegranate seeds.

Source your own vitamins.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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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: 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 Spezial: New Year Monster breakfast

Little New Year Monzters

 

 

This is so tasty and filling and easy to do, it’s perfect for the morning after.

The trick is to heat the bagel in both sides beforehand, but only a little on the top part.

Then you add the egg and let it drop through the hole.  Add the sweetcorn to the pan.

let it take its time slowly.  This is very easy to burn.

As soon as the bottom is done, retire from hob, add the smoked salmon and stick the pan under a pre-heated grill in very low heat.

 

1 berry,
sweetcorn,
smoked salmon,
1 brown bread bagel,
eggs,
some olive oil.

They will be accompanied by lots and lots of tea

Source your own vitamins.

 

 

Dish of the Week: monsters breakfast

Egg monsters

 

For today’s little monsters you just need a little oil brushed around the pan,
drop the slice of bread already shaped,
add the cracked egg,
transfer part of the egg to other holes,
add black pepper on white bread and poppy seeds on black bread,
when one side is done transfer the pan to the grill for a couple of minutes.

Keep an eye on them to taste.  The one on white bread was slightly runny and got eaten as normal fried egg.
The brown one got eaten like pizza and felt quite different and enjoyable.

 

 

Eat a rainbow.

Source your own vitamins.

 

 

The little monzters are accompanied by juicy smoothies.

Mine is a mix of

apple, spinach, cucumber, spiced up with nutmeg.                   

The other one is a combination of

orange and celery with a splash of turmeric

Turmeric being the new superfood, watch this space.

blueberries and pomegranate pot

No hot drinks today but doubled up on fruit.