Anyway, I'd planned to go running at 6:30am - by 7:30am I had used all my spoons running 7.33km - very slowly.
I registered as "But I can't be there" entry in Mother's day classic - Penrith was almost our closest Mother's Day Classic . I needed time at home with my family more than the event experience. I ran with two lovely ladies , so it was still fun.
I'm all set for the Breakfast in Bed Challenge. I'm going to slip under the doona , with my book and a hot cup of tea (made my hubby) and wait ...hopefully not too long.
My favourite breakfast is French toast any which way - I've used Banana bread, fruit loaf, ciabatta , sour dough and plain wholemeal - all with
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Strawberry french toast
Prep time: 5 min
Cook time: 5 min
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2 slice(s) high fibre white bread (or wholemeal which I prefer)
(70g) crusts removed 3 tsp berry jam (like strawberry)
1 medium egg
2 tbs skim milk
1 tsp caster sugar (we are using Cinnamon)
1/4 tsp vanilla bean extract
5 individual fresh strawberries, hulled, quartered
1 tsp icing sugar (I'll skip this for a drizzle of maple syrup)
1 x 3 second spray(s) oil spray
- Lightly spray a small non-stick frying pan with oil and heat over medium heat.
- Spread one slice of the bread with jam. Sandwich with remaining slice of bread.
- Whisk the egg, milk, sugar and vanilla in a small bowl until combined. Dip each side of the sandwich in the egg mixture until it soaks in.
- Cook sandwich in preheated pan for 2–3 minutes each side or until golden. Top with strawberries and serve lightly dusted with icing sugar.
The boys may mix it up
(*9 ProPoints value using original recipe)
Thanks to Weight Watchers for $25 gift card ... they wanted to help my boys pamper me while I enjoy a well-deserved sleep in. Seriously after to 2-3 months of inactivity recovering from surgery to my thigh and the haematoma - I