18 August 2015

A Week In Breakfast Photos

I thought it would be fun to write a few food diary posts, starting with the all important breakfast! Since turning vegetarian, breakfasts haven't really changed as I wasn't ever one for many fry-ups! I'm planning on sharing a week of lunch and dinner photos as well, which will show my progress of turning veggie. I've already found some great meals to share with you.

Day One:
Coffee with organic milk and one sugar.
Peppermint tea.
Organic vanilla yoghurt topped with Jordan's country crisp strawberry cereal, blueberries and raspberries.

Day Two:
Peppermint tea.
Organic vanilla yoghurt topped with granola, sliced bananas and a drizzle of maple syrup.

Day Three:
Coffee with organic milk and one sugar.
Peppermint tea.
Organic vanilla yoghurt topped with Jordan's country crisp strawberry cereal, fresh strawberries and raspberries.

Day Four:
Twinings Fudge Melts green tea.
Quaker Oats Oat So Simple golden syrup porridge made with coconut milk and a sprinkle of chocolate chips.
Small orange.

Day Five:
Coffee with coconut milk and one sugar.
Peppermint tea.
Organic vanilla yoghurt topped with muesli and blueberries.

Day Six:
Mango & lychee green tea.
Special K with coconut milk.

Day Seven:
Coffee with coconut milk and one sugar.
Organic vanilla yoghurt topped with Jordan's country crisp strawberry cereal and fresh strawberries.

What's your typical breakfast?

6 comments:

  1. I absolutely adore this post! I'm so nosy - I love a good peak at other people's food. The strawberry cereal looks absolutely divine! I'm very jealous.
    Imii xx | nettleandblackberry.com

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    1. Thanks, Imii! Glad you enjoyed the post. :) Oh, I love Jordan's cereals! xxx

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  2. I love Jordan's cereal but stopped buying them :( lots of added sugar!
    I have porridge nearly every morning, I buy a bag of Tescos oats, put half a cup in a bowl with two cups of hazelnut or rice milk, whack it in the microwave for 2 mins and then top up with some almond butter, apple, raisins and cinnamon (and a bit of maple syrup!).It's divine!

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    1. Yes, it is a shame that so many brands add sugar! I need to try making my own granola. The porridge sounds lovely! I'll have to try making it from scratch! xxx

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  3. What a great idea for a post! Everything looks so Instagram worthy! :-) xx

    Helen | Helens Fashion & Beauty Blog

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