I would love to be the kind of person who springs out of bed at 6am to enjoy 30 minutes of yoga before mindfully eating a homemade smoothie bowl. The kind of person who has their clothes already laid out from the night before and who needs nothing more than a sweep of red lipstick before they’re out of the door catching the early bus to work. Clearly, I am not this person. Occasionally I manage to get up at 7.30am to do 10 minutes of Pilates in my pyjamas before making an omelette – but that’s as close as I’m ever going to get.
Most of the time, you’ll find me crawling out of bed at around ten past eight, before rushing around like a headless chicken until I’m out the door with my top on inside out. I suppose I could try to get up earlier and make myself a nutritious breakfast, and you know what – sometimes I do. But on the days I don’t/can’t be arsed, I need a solution – and this is it. One piece of rye bread filled with avocado, smoked paprika and pumpkin seeds, BOOM! It’s quick, easy and not too messy and stinky to eat on the bus. Hallelujah!
Lightly toast a piece of rye bread before mashing half an avocado on top of it with a fork. Spread the avocado out evenly and sprinkle with salt, pepper, smoked paprika and a few drops of Tabasco or Sriracha. Scatter over the pumpkin seeds before halving the toast and sandwiching one piece on top of the other. Wrap in baking paper or pop in a sandwich bag and enjoy on the go.
TIP: I freeze rye bread a loaf at a time to insure I always have some ready to go. If toasting from frozen, allow a bit of extra time.
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V– Vegetarian Vn– Vegan Df– Dairy free
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Sounds great Corrie. Personally I try to avoid everyone until after I’ve had my morning tea (Yorkshire tea of course, even here in Romania). Breakfast is easy – raw oats with milk and whatever fruit is around (except Sunday when in UK when it’s full English). Locally grown fruit is also so much better here. My breakfast here is even better than in the UK as I have milk straight from the cow – creamy delicious. Milk in the UK, even though I wouldn’t touch that stuff with pink, green or purple top – little better than water – will take some getting used to when I return.
I don’t have a problem to get out of bed, an early riser, just ask everyone to keeo out of the way and shut up till I’ve finished my tea 😃.
Your sandwich looks great for my ‘lunch’ and I’ll try it when I’m back in early September.
You post, as ever, made me smile, even in my morning grumpy 😂.
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Well if I managed to make you smile on a Monday morning then my work here is done 🙂