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Re: What is for Breakfast
« Reply #2820 on: February 19, 2016, 05:19:19 am »
Looks delicious JulieO. :P :P
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Re: What is for Breakfast
« Reply #2821 on: February 19, 2016, 05:21:03 am »
It looks lovely JulieO.
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Re: What is for Breakfast
« Reply #2822 on: February 19, 2016, 09:32:11 am »
What a delicious healthy breakfast Julie. 8)
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Re: What is for Breakfast
« Reply #2823 on: February 19, 2016, 10:04:09 pm »
Thankyou Judy, Mab, Cookie and Cornish.  :D

I used up the left over banana and mango by adding a bit of natural yoghurt to them and then pureeing in the TM.  Had enough mixture to pour into 2 ice block moulds, will be great for the upcoming hot couple of days.  ;D

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Re: What is for Breakfast
« Reply #2824 on: February 22, 2016, 09:40:18 pm »
Yesterday I made up a batch of this lovely granola from the blog below.  So quick and easy to make and tastes wonderful.

I had a cup scoop this morning with reduced fat milk and a few fresh blueberries.  I can't imagine anyone not liking it.  ;D

I'll keep my container in the fridge while it's summer.

As this is a UK site, remember that the tablespoons are equal to 3 tsp here in Oz.  :D

http://kitchensanctuary.com/2015/07/chocolate-cocconut-granola/





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Re: What is for Breakfast
« Reply #2825 on: February 23, 2016, 12:33:09 am »
Another delicious looking breakfast JulieO.  The sugar free version on the site also looks nice.
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Re: What is for Breakfast
« Reply #2826 on: February 23, 2016, 05:03:43 am »
Delicious JulieO.
I found that a lot of the spoon sets sold are 15ml tablespoons. I bought one especially to use for UK and US recipes.
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Re: What is for Breakfast
« Reply #2827 on: February 23, 2016, 06:58:12 am »
Thanks girls, it's very nice.

Yes I have both Cookie.  Doesn't matter too much with some things but in cases like spices etc that extra tsp can make a lot of difference.  ;D

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Re: What is for Breakfast
« Reply #2828 on: February 24, 2016, 10:24:40 pm »
I made this delicious breakfast this morning, from the 5:2 diet.  So enjoyed it and because my pear was really ripe it added more sweetness than normal.

Not the best light outside this morning when I took the photo but you get the idea.  :D

SEASONAL FRUIT BREKKIE BAKE serves 1 275 cals (5:2 diet)
1 pear, peeled, cored and sliced into rounds
1 red apple, peeled, cored, halved and sliced into half moons
1 tsp raisins
1 strawberry, cut into quarters, lengthways
2 tbsp rolled oats combined with 1 tsp honey (used pure maple syrup)
2 tsp no fat nat yoghurt with a small pinch ground cinnamon (used Greek style)

Combine apple, pear and raisins in a small baking dish. 
Turn Turbo oven to 180C and bake 10 mins. (just preheat your oven and bake for 10-15 mins until fruit is tender but not dried out).

Add the sliced strawberry and sprinkle with combined oats and honey/maple syrup.  Bake 5 mins until toasted and fruit is tender. 

Serve topped with yoghurt.


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Re: What is for Breakfast
« Reply #2829 on: February 25, 2016, 12:36:09 am »
You go to so much trouble with your breakfasts Julie, they all look sooo good. 
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Re: What is for Breakfast
« Reply #2830 on: February 25, 2016, 04:45:32 am »
I'm loving your breakfast Julie. Think I will make one of the granola  recipes for DH. We are nearly out of Tenina's one. That macaroon one sounds interesting.
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Re: What is for Breakfast
« Reply #2831 on: February 25, 2016, 05:57:15 am »
Delicious once again Julie. You obviously like variety.
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Re: What is for Breakfast
« Reply #2832 on: February 25, 2016, 09:31:51 am »
A delicious looking breakfast Julie. 8)
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Re: What is for Breakfast
« Reply #2833 on: February 25, 2016, 09:36:23 am »
Thankyou girls.  Am enjoying making a lot of different breakfasts lately.  Will post the recipes if not protected by copyright.   :D

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Re: What is for Breakfast
« Reply #2834 on: February 26, 2016, 01:11:43 am »
Today's breakfast was 'Breakfast crumble with cinnamon yoghurt'.  I can't post the ingredient quantites as it's a MB recipe, but I can say the filling is pureed apple and strawberries, topped with natural yoghurt with a little ground cinnamon added and the top was granola (used what I made a couple of days ago). 

I pre-made it yesterday so i could just take it out of the fridge this morning.  The granola stayed crunchy so was pleased about that.  Another one I really enjoyed.  :)