Rainbow Bright Breakfast Bowl

Yesterday was a really special day. You know one of those days you wish would last forever. When it feels as though the universe is conspiring to make everything perfect. 

We went for lunch at a gorgeous little vegan place in Sheffield call Blue Moon Cafe. If you'd like to check it out, their website is here. The weather jumped from bright sunshine to pouring rain and back to bright sunshine again every half hour! So we darted around the city, sitting in parks in the sunlight and taking shelter in cafes during the downpours. 

Leaning against a tall stone monument overlooking the city at sunset, I saw my first double rainbow! I mean, I've seen the YouTube clip (still love this) but this was my first, very own, very real, double rainbow. 

The beauty of that moment was the first thing I thought about when I woke up and inspired my bright, pretty breakfast bowl. 

There are no rules to these breakfast bowls aside from heaps of pretty colours and textures. 

I've gone for blitzed frozen berries and blitzed frozen greens (both bought in frozen bags from Aldi) Then bright yellow chia turmeric pud and lots of berries, fruit, seeds and edible flowers. The most magical thing about these rainbow bowls is how beautiful they look. Friends love them, kids love them, they're inspiring and pretty - as food should be. 

INGREDIENTS

Frozen Berries

Frozen Green Smoothie Mix (aldi sell this) 

Warm 75ml almond milk in a pan, stir in a teaspoon of turmeric powder and a teaspoon of maple syrup. Then add 2 tablespoons of chia seeds and stir to expand

Raspberries, blackberries, kiwi, banana, pumpkin seeds, dried apricot, passion fruit

 

What do you like to add to your breakfast bowl? Post in the comments below. 

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