A Little Cereal with His Fruit

Breakfast cereal

A Little Cereal with His Fruit

Last night’s dinner picture will appear tomorrow. DH was so enthralled with his cereal, that he wanted me to post it for all to see. Reason? He is a former fruit hater, but somehow I’ve created a monster, and now he can’t seem to get enough of it. Behold the raspberries, blueberries, peaches, plums, and nectarines!

What you can’t see are the dates and cranberries that are part of the five-grain cooked cereal, and the unsweetened coconut and yogurt that he mixes in, and the layer of granola under the fruit.

I create the cereal mix, the yogurt, and the granola in my kitchen. So far, the score is

DH: 5 Cancer: 0

with a big assist from Mother Nature!

About judilyn

RV'er, foody, caregiver, knowledge seeker
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18 Responses to A Little Cereal with His Fruit

  1. Dale Ellis says:

    I’ll give that one a 5 too!


  2. Linda says:

    You are both so amazing. And I’m not speaking of just your cooking. The PAC NW can’t wait Til you get here


  3. gypsy97 says:

    That is my kind of breakfast!


  4. bevparks says:

    That looks beautiful! I could gobble that up right now. Mmmmm….


  5. Tammy says:

    Beautiful breakfast Judilyn!


    • judilyn says:

      We love this time of year when it is so easy to top off the five-grain cereal with such an array of deliciousness. We do this all year, but sometimes are reduced to apples and grapes! Still good, though . . . ;->


  6. aryana0821 says:

    Thanks stopping by and visiting my blog 🙂
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    Thanks again 🙂


  7. heavently sbreakfast supper to strart a day!


  8. Liz says:

    Omg that looks absolutely delicious. i would want to eat it anytime!!! Thanks for the great photo, so clear and appealing too.


    • judilyn says:

      Thanks, Liz. We are convinced that this super healthy diet is staving off the return of DH’s cancer. And the prior twenty years of healthy eating probably helped him along, too, with his body’s ability to keep the baddies at bay. It took him about a year to totally convert to “Judie-ism” back in the 80’s! ;->


      • Liz says:

        I must change my eating habits. It’s true that we are what we eat. I have started adding more healthy options to my diet, recently. I’m glad super healthy diet is good!!! It takes a long time to change our habits or ways of life!


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