My mornings are valuable time. What happens between the time I wake up and the time I make it to work, sets the scene for the rest of my day. If everyday were perfect, it would start out with my Plexus Slim (this stuff really gets me going y’all), a nice sun salutation yoga flow, then off for a hot shower. I would then begin a yummy breakfast, and have my morning coffee. But lately, my morning seem like a circus act, and I’m the chick juggling 4 flaming torches! Not pretty.
This morning was different though. I got up in just enough time to do all the above and still have time to take some pictures of my amazing breakfast before scarfing it down and heading off to work!
Today I fixed a strawberry & jam toast with cream cheese and local honey, and boy oh boy was it good! I think even the pickiest eaters would be tempted by this one! It really is super simple! It can be made with a variety of fresh fruits, however, I opted for strawberries and a blueberry and lemon jam that has been sweetened with honey!
I toasted two slices of Dave’s Killer Bread – Organic Powerseed, and spread on a layer of Arla Cream Cheese. I then heated 1 tablespoon of Smuckers Fruit and Honey – Blueberry and Lemon jam until it was a pour-able consistency (about 20-30 seconds). I drizzled that along the top of the cream cheese, along with some local honey. I sliced up 3 strawberries, arranged them on top of all that other goodness, and voila! I had myself some good looking toast!
You can always prepare your own “jam” topping by bringing blueberries, a bit of water, and some honey to a boil, then drizzling it along the top! I had to opt for something a little quicker this morning, but will be trying this method soon!
I’m thinking a berry blend would be a perfect topping for this berry & jam toast! You might also try a blueberry and mint combination! Also, you could swap out the jam for some peanut butter, and top with sliced bananas, pecans, and honey!
I’m loving the combinations featured in this post on BlogLovin! I never thought toast could be that pretty…
Try making it your own, and let me know what you’ve decided was your favorite!