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Greek Yoghurt with rhubarb, mango and pomegranate

I wondered if this warranted a blog post, it hardly requires a recipe, but, it is pretty and a delicious and healthy start to the day. All part of a new breakfast regime I am trying to implement!

I am on a rhubarb kick, you may have noticed, so I stewed a batch of rhubarb by chopping the rhubarb into inch pieces and stewing with a little sugar and a couple of tablespoons of water for 15 minutes or so until it is like a compote. It keeps in the fridge for a few days so doesn’t required this level of work in the mornings and makes it a speedy breakfast. To complement I pureed a fresh mango and stirred a couple of tablespoons of each into greek yoghurt (the real deal, no cows milk, just sheep and goats) and then sprinkled with pomegranate seeds. Delish.

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  1. i love posts like this, the simple everyday but interesting things that people are eating. this looks like a great way to start the day!

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  2. Thanks Michelle! My new regime lasted… erm, all of one day… but, it was worth starting it just to have that breakfast :) I really must make a habit of it!

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