After a long day in the sun and biking around town we’re going to enjoy this plate full of freshness and watch one of our favorite movies, Howl’s Moving Castle. If you like Japanese childrens movies you need to watch this one.
For breakfast I usually end up making the same thing for a few reasons; 1 it's easy, 2 it's inexpensive, 3 it's filling and the most important reason, it's so delicious!
So what does the breakfast contain?
– 1-2 dl oats
– 2 tablespoons of chiaseeds
– 1 teaspoon of poppy seeds
– pour some nutmilk (I use oatmilk) over the seeds and oats so it's generously soaked
– add fresh strawberries, banana and drizzle any nutbutter of choice (I use pure organic peanutbutter)
+ I drink about 800 ml of water and I take my B12 and Zinc supplements aswell.
Me and my husband eat very similiar breakfasts but our six year old eats a more versatile meal. This morning he ate oatyoghurt with fresh strawberries and shredded cocounut flakes, and B12 as supplements.
+ soaked cashew nuts and this makes the most creamy, chocolate cheesecake I’v ever tried. The genius behind the recipe is the founder of the blog Minimalist Baker, and here you can find more details and how to make this yummy dessert.
I started this morning with a smoothiebowl containing spinach, mango, fresh juice from one orange, two ripped bananas, chiaseed and one tsp spirulina, topped with cocounut flakes, sunflowerseeds and cashewnuts. So filling and delicious! With that I had a large glass of orangewater.
For lunch today and chopped up a half butternut and sprinkled olive oil, seasalt and a pinch of dried rosemary. You need to try it!
We spent the afternoon visiting cows, sheeps, rabbits and a few pigs. Morris really enjoy spending time with animals, his favourites are cats and horses. Hope you all had a lovely tuesday!