Thursday, September 9, 2010

What's for Breakfast


What's for Breakfast?
Paris Breakfast shared this morning on Breakfast in Paris;
so I thought I would share my breakfast this very morning.
I really am addicted to this breakfast.
A cup of good tea, this morning it is Honey Oolong from Taiwan.
Homemade yogurt and the best homemade granola ever.
A friend made it for me.
It has toasted walnuts and cashews, dried cherries, and oh so many more goodies.
I am loving it.
What was your breakfast this morning?

17 comments:

Mary said...

I do believe I enjoyed your breakfast almost as much as you did. This is my first visit to your blog and I'm really taken with your photos. I'll be back often. I hope you are having a great day. Blessings...Mary

Storybook Woods said...

Delish, just the kind of breakfast I would like. I am having bacon, leftover brown sugar pie and lavender/rosemary tea. I love Sundays. Clarice

Kate said...

Perfect start to the day. I love it!

Steph said...

Yummy!!

Ginger said...

What a wonderful breakfast. I love homemade granola, it's so much better than store bought.

beth said...

how lucky are we to have homemade granola gifted to us by you know who ?

parTea lady said...

Your breakfast looks delish and Honey Oolong tea sounds perfect. That is a pretty teacup too.

I have organic oatmeal with raisins every morning. Granola with fresh berries is my snack at night.

Annie said...

I see your see teacup you found yesterday there in the picture as well. The tea must have tasted extra fine this morning.

Tracy said...

LOVE your breakfast, Marilyn! I'm a breakfast convert since meeting my husband 10 years ago. Before that I rarely ate breakfast--boy, was I missing out--LOL! Usually I have some yogurt & muesli and dried or fresh fruit along with a cup of tea and little glass of milk or juice. On weekends when there's more time, my hubby & I get to making eggs & such. Happy Weekend ((HUGS))

dutchbaby said...

Oh Marilyn, I love your new look with the huge photos. I must take the time to venture into Blogger's new design templates. You've inspired me!

I enjoy a similar breakfast but my yogurt is store-bought and I like to add a generous handful of fresh berries. My granola was made by a friend too, what a coincidence.

My verification word is "ovehal"; that's it, time to overhaul Dutchbaby's look.

Christina said...

i love that you enjoyed the granola!! that warms my heart. i kind of wish i were there with you enjoying it.
love you!

Angela McRae said...

That granola looks wonderful!

SE'LAH... said...

oh yum!

this looks fantastic.

Relyn said...

Oh, I never eat breakfast. But, you make me rethink that. Hmmm...

Erin Wallace said...

I've been wanting to make some granola and this looks great! Found you on Christina's site and am now following you - you have a gorgeous blog!

xo Erin

Yellow Rose Arbor said...

I had steel cut oats this morning! Yum! This granola looks delicious, I'm going to look up that recipe!

Katherine

Donna and Miss Spenser said...

I am behind on my blog reading...but would love to join you for breakfast...your granola looks so yummy!! I LOVE granola!!

Donna