Tasty Tuesday - my breakfast

Posted by Claudia Moser on 9:20 AM in ,
At the moment I suffer from some serious headaches, which forced me to stay home, rest my eyes and try to relax. Being home means that I don't walk much so I tend to eat less but healthy. Gina, from SkinnyTaste is always good for an inspiration, and this morning I tried this delicious recipe, with a mango instead of blueberries. I was thinking for lunch of milk rice, do you know what I mean?  Happy Tuesday, I will try to rest, promise!



Oh, headaches can be a complete nightmare, I hope you feel better soon. I think a vitamin-packed smoothie might really help - or at least I hope so... xo

PS: Shoreditch is in East London, between Whitechapel and Hackney. It's a very diverse and multicultural part of London.

Dearest Claudia,
Oh my!!! Please Take Care of Yourselves, my dear friend. milk rice must be good and not heavy for your stomach. Haha, I've had porridge (with rice) lately p;)
Sending you lots of love and hugs from Japan, xoxo Miyako*

My brother also gets the massive headaches, feel better.

I often find my headaches are blood sugar related I find wine gums great not sure if you have tried them.

I'm really sorry to hear about your headaches. I hope you are well soon.

I've been making smoothies this week as I've had a horrible cold - will try this recipe!

I'm sorry to hear you suffer from headaches - I do too. Hope you feel lots better soon.

Thank you for your kind words, feeling much better now and grateful for it!

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