Hello guys! We are in the last weekend of this year 🙂
I have something super stylish for you today. You can have this peanut butter toast with pride! It’s an amazing combination of fruits on top – figs, passion fruit and blueberries. All of that on a multi-seeded toast – yum!
You can imagine how good is it only by the look of it.
I mean… come on.. you don’t have a toast like that everyday. It’s a game for your brain to actually understand what’s going on in your mouth. A bit confusing at first bite… but then you realize what it is all about.
The early Olympic athletes used figs as a training food. Figs were also presented as laurels to the winners, becoming the first Olympic “medal.” Eating one half cup of figs has as much calcium as drinking one-half cup of milk. Fig trees have no blossoms on their branches. The blossom is inside of the fruit! Many tiny flowers produce the crunchy little edible seeds that give figs their unique texture.
The delicious passion fruit is rich source of antioxidants, minerals, vitamins and fiber. 100 g fruit contains about 97 calories.Passion fruit is good in vitamin C, providing about 30 mg per 100 g.The fruit contains very good levels of vitamin-A and flavonoid antioxidants such as β-carotene and cryptoxanthin-β.
Blueberries contain 14 mg of Vitamin C and 0.8 mg Vitamin E per 1 cup of blueberries. They are very healthy for our brains.
After all the it’s very important what food we eat and having all of these things in one plate is great!
Let me just show you what is expected from you.
- 2 ripe figs
- 1 passion fruit
- a handful of blueberries
- 2 slices of your favorite breakfast toast (we chose granary bread)
- 50 gr of peanut butter (crunchy, smooth... it's up to you)
- Spread the peanut butter onto your toast and finish with the fruits
- Nothing else is expected from you 🙂
It’s a great start of your day and a very good way for you to meet with these new flavors. I hope that you really like each other and start meeting much more often.
I will now sit down with my book and I will start planning what recipes to prepare for next week, which will actually be the first one for 2018.
Have a good day guys! See you around 🙂