Fruits on Toast
Updated: Oct 20, 2018
Photography - Oded Houbara
Just Toast with your morning coffee or tea seems boring?
Your kid wouldn't eat anything for breakfast?
You think breakfast takes a long time to make?
A toast or two with your morning drink is a light quick solution for a little bit of energy to start up your day.
Instead of using sugary jams or spreads, you can use naturally sweet ingredients to have a sweet morning toast but in a healthy way.
And I say..
Why not fruits on your morning toast?
Do you think I lost my mind!?
Easy, fun and naturally sweet.
Spread a healthy spread on it (or even without)
Place your soft fruits on it (or even spread them if they are really soft)
Top it up with some goodies
-And you are in paradise!
That way you can also decorate it and tempt your kids to eat a light pretty breakfast before they go to school
(For grown up kids as well).
1 slices of bread
(whole wheat/ sourdough/ gluten free/ or any healthy kind of bread)
A healthy spread
(real nut spread made out of 100% nuts/ 100% raw cacao spread/ or any as you wish which is without sugar or any added unhealthy ingredients)
1/2 cup of fresh soft sliced fruits
(Banana, Papaya, Mango, Dragon fruit, Nectarine, strawberry, berries of any kind, kiwi, peach etc.)
For topping and decoration -
a handful of nuts and coconut shreds
a handful of dried fruits
a pinch of cinnamon
Toast the bread if you like it toasty.
Spread your favourite healthy spread, If you chose to use one.
Top it up with you fruits, you can even spread them if they are really soft so they are like a jam on your toast.
Top it up with your yummy goodies - nuts, dried fruits, coconut shreds, and toss a pinch on cinnamon on top.
*If you have 3 more minutes, decorate it nicely for your kids, it will tempt them for sure.
This Recipe is a part of "The Breakfast Club"
A special guide for a healthy way to go Back To School.
In a collaboration with Liora Houbara,
One of the leading Clinical Dietitian in Israel,
And an opinion leader in the field of nutrition, coaching and NLP.
Liora Houbara's Website