Food, People, Moments – Fruity Muesli Breakfast

A couple of weeks ago my dearest friend got legally married. Being about 1600 km away I was there with all my thoughts and best wishes. But I did everything possible to be at her wedding. Car broke down on the ever of our departure…we fixed it. Car broke down second time, 20 minutes after I left. In the end we just booked the first flight and got there at 6 in the morning, on the wedding day. And even at that hour she greeted me with a huge smile and a big hug and had a girl talk.

How is this connected to food? Sometimes there are these special moments which you remember sharing with different people. And for sure there was also some food involved. There are some meals which I can easily related to only particular people.Fruity Muesli

What I’m sharing in this post is nothing fancy, completely ordinary, but one of my favorites for breakfast….or dinner or snack. Nevertheless, it’s packed with vitamins and bursting with color. And it reminds me of this sweet crazy girl…madam now :P….who I just mentioned. Because it was her who showed me just some easy 2 ingredients combination while we were banging out heads to study for exams in the student dorm we shared. That was one of the best years because we were living so close to each other, had our rooms on the same floor, no hour was too late or too early, never an inconvenient moment to laugh together, support each other and obviously study together. When one of us received food from home, it was feast day. She served me my first gnocchi, homemade by her mum.

This easy combination was a refreshing yogurt and banana which I find it to be one of the tastiest things ever……especially after a hangover. I have no idea why, but when I have a hangover I’m craving for yogurt and banana. For breakfast however I make a more substantial portion with more fruits, seeds and muesli.

Here’s one combination out of the many you can come up with.


Fruity Muesli


3/4 cup (60 grams) muesli
1 1/2 cup (200 ml) yogurt
1 Kiwi
half of orange
7 strawberries
1 cup (100 grams) raspberries
1 tablespoon dried cranberries
1 tablespoon almond flakes
2 teaspoons honey


  1. In a medium sized bowl, mix muesli and yogurt. This will soften the muesli. If you prefer them crunchy, chop fruits first.
  2. Cut the kiwi, orange and strawberries in bite size pieces and add over muesli and yogurt. Add raspberries and cranberries. Gently mix.
  3. Top with honey and almond flakes
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  1. This was one of the first things Mr Bunny prepared for me!!! I still love it! And love u & miss u more!!!

    • Mr. Bunny

      Cause that’s pretty much all I knew :)))). Remember when I burned the muffins from the box ?

      • And look where you are now!!!! big kiss for Mr Bunny!!!!(and hope hubby won’t see :))

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