Thursday, 7 February 2013

Morning Routine ~ Tea & Granola

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You know by now that I am prone to making a bit of a ceremony out of my breakfasts. I enjoy using my lovingly sourced vintage china and various tea and coffee paraphernalia. And a granola mix of some sort is an everyday favourite. On this occasion, my fruit of choice was blueberries and peach with the usual Greek yogurt, flaked almonds, honey and granola. Along with a pot of Bettys Spiced Christmas Tea and a glass of Innocent Orange Juice (with juicy bits).

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13 comments:

  1. That looks like quite a festive breakfast. Using pretty china really does make a difference and (at least that's true for me) can actually cheer me up :-) Have a lovely day xo

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  2. Your breakfast looks delicious, so much more appetizing in china! xx

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  3. After all breakfast is the most important meal of the day! Hope you enjoyed it and I love your styling shots.

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  4. this reall does inspire me to get up earlier so i can enjoy such a feast!

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  5. Looks so yummy. Beautifully photographed, as well :)

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  6. This looks lovely! I love Granola and you definitely cannot go wrong with a cup of tea. Lovely blog x

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  7. I love how beautiful you make even the simplest of meals look, it's amazing! x

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  8. lovely photos again. I made eggs benedict for breakfast today...my absolute favourite..but not the healthiest!

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  9. I always enjoy your breakfast posts. Your china collection is absolutely mouth watering and so is your delicious granola! xx

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  10. I've just discovered your blog via A Thrifty Mrs and I have a feeling I'm going to be very at home here :) This is based purely on your stunning and celebratory breakfast tray; I'm off to investigate further (and by that I mean drool over your collection of china.) Yum!

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  11. Really nice, and I love the china

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