whole wheat couscous made with almond milk, a little maple syrup and sliced almonds. green tea.
wow, i love this! looks absolutely amazing. I am loving your use of grains in breakfasts lately!xxmaya
The combination sounds like it'll be magic on my taste buds :)
You truly must be the healthiest person on the planet...all of your breakfasts seem so lovely and nutritious!
looks sooo good.
this looks so delicious, i love how you have quinoa or couscous as a breakfast grain, such a great idea, i must try that soon, instead of the usual oatmeal's etc...and love this photo, so gorgeous, the lighting is beautiful! xxeliza
wow! i never thought to have couscous for breakfast. looks so good! i love your blog by the way. beautiful and inspiring pictures.
Oh I just love your blog, always soooooo inspiring!!!!! thank you
This looks like Spring.
You have to cook the couscous right? Or can it be eaten raw?thanks!
Maria Ana,i cooked the cous cous for about 10 minutes. Usually you just have to boil the water and it cooks immediately, but since i was using almond milk, i had to cook it a little longer.
Ok:) thank you for your quick reply!Breakfast is my favourite meal and I absolutely love your blog, great inspiration!
are you enjoying the book? it's in my amazon cart waiting to be ordered!
Love the menu, and really love that mug!
that's really creative with couscous. i always do something savory with it. funny, i have grow great grub sitting on my kitchen table too. i went to gayla's book launch yesterday. excited to read it!
This is so delicious - and healthy. Only bred&jam&coffee on my breakfast table. At least its good German bred ;)
just came across your blog today... soooo lovely! complete gorgeousness!
superb! i am intrigued by cous cous for breakfast... beautiful and quiet, as always. i love the mood of your work.
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