One of our favorite Dutch food blogs is Chickslovefood ; Nina and Elise write the best blog posts and make delicious recipes. And their most popular section, 5 or less , has now been turned into a cookbook spin-off. How cool!
For 2 people:
- 200 ml yogurt
- 1 half mango
- 1 hand raspberries
- 3 tablespoons sunflower seeds
- 1 tablespoon honey
The section and the book are all about fast, simple and super tasty cooking with only 5 ingredients (and sometimes even less!). Chickslovefood / The 5 or less cookbook will be available in the (digital) bookstore from August 27 for € 18.95.
Culy has an exclusive pre-publication of this book and is therefore posting 3 recipes from the book as a foretaste this week. Today: a quick and tasty yogurt breakfast to go.
Elise: ‘On the days that I work, I already have a day behind me before I have started. I run around to get my son Samuel fresh, fruity and on time at daycare in the morning. And then a healthy breakfast is quite a challenge. This breakfast in a jar really offers a solution on such days. I set it up the night before so I can take it with me the next morning and eat it when it’s convenient.’
Place the seeds with the honey in a frying pan. Caramelize the seeds over medium heat until golden brown. Then put them on a plate and let them cool.
Peel the mango and grind half of it in a food processor (an immersion blender also works) to a coarse mixture.
Divide the yogurt among the jars. Then spoon the mango mixture and the raspberries on top. Stir this through the yogurt. Crumble the now hardened caramelized seeds into pieces and fill the jar with them. Put the lid on and take it with you!
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