OK, it doesn’t have to be for breakfast, but it’s a beautiful thing to tantalise the palate and get the body singing in the AM. This salad gives you plenty of nutrients to play with and a great detox kickstart.
We love the combination of sweet fruits and rocket (arugala to some), a contrast of sweet and sharp that will wake your taste buds up first thing. We are watching the foods that we combine at the minute and diary and nuts with this salad would go some way to lessening the bodies ability to absorb all that goodness. I find that its force of habit to stick seeds and nuts on breakfast, but have realised that if I don’t, I feel great after an hour, very full with bags of energy. There is a noticeable difference.
‘Tis the time for berries and we are reaping the nature’s bounty with big smiles on our faces. We have had this sort of salad with all sorts of berries and ran into some particularly splendid cherries recently which will live long in the memory.
Eating a berry salad is a little decadent some may say, no filler here, just berries and a little greenery. But its a treat and we’re well worth it! Make it a Sunday morning treat instead of a waffle, or even a Monday morning treat instead of a bagel! Whatever takes your fancy of course.
All berries are rammed with vitamins and all are ‘super’ foods, the also happen to be sweet and luscious. Over doing berries is probably not good for you, but it’s that time of year when sitting in the garden and devouring a punnet of strawberries per person should be a national pass time. We’ve earned them after enduring all that grey drabness. Lets enjoy these open blue skies and toast them with some vivid red berry action.
Steering away from dairy and grains in the morning is good practice and they tend to slow things down, clog you up a little. Fruits and greens are the perfect way to get things rolling in the right direction.
Serves two lucky fruits.
1 cup strawberries, 1 cup raspberries, 1 cup blueberries, 1 cup rocket leaves
(de-stoned cherries would be awesome!)
Wash all the berries and rocket, dry on some kitchen paper.
You can add some soaked chia seeds, which are great for the digestion. The also have a gloopy, porridge-like texture to them.
We Love It!
5 star breakfast! 5 stars!
Raspberries are not only pink and fluffy, they help you burn fat quicker due a phytonutrient. Raspberries belong to the rose family; as do apples, strawberries, apricots, plums, pears etc and are best bought organic as they have been shown to contain greater antioxidant levels, this means lots of vitamin C. How cool!