Tasty Tuesday … Tropical Breakfast Bowl

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Eating breakfast every day has never been my thing. To be honest, most days I simply savor my giant cup of freshly brewed coffee with a splash of unsweetened chocolate almond milk in it.

On days where I do want something to eat in the morning, I often make a fruit bowl using seasonal ingredients. The first strawberries from California have arrived, along with champagne mangos and juicy-sweet pineapple from Hawaii. Add in some kiwis and a banana and you’ve got a healthy and tasty start to your day. A generous dollop of unsweetened yoghurt and a sprinkle of your favorite granola to the fruit round out this colorful morning meal!

Here’s what to do:

  • assorted fresh in-season fruit, cut into bite size pieces
  • some fresh, unsweetened yoghurt, regular, greek. For a change try coconut or almond milk yoghurt.
  • granola or muesli of your choice

Carefully mix your cut-up fruit in a bowl.
Top with your favorite yoghurt and a sprinkle of granola.



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17 thoughts on “Tasty Tuesday … Tropical Breakfast Bowl”

  1. That looks delish. Though I personally can live with a breakfast of just coffee and 2 slices of bread. lol! Takes too much work cutting all that fruit up. 😀

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  2. I used to do that in the morning and love it. Except my yogurt must be sweetened with Stevia and a little cinnamon. It looks yummy. I had been starting my day with a grapefruit but they aren’t in season anymore. Gosh that looks tasty. Happy Tuesday.

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  3. Suzy Barker says:

    My kind of breakfast to be sure – however, mine doesn’t look quite so artistic I’m afraid. I just chuck it all together and dive in!

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