Today is a bit of an odd recommendation, I’ll give you that, but I wanted to recommend my favourite breakfast since I’ve been eating it a lot recently.
Simply the breakfast contains two mini croissants, an apple and a nice (somewhat healthy drink) and sometimes a cute mini yogurt too.
To start with I put the mini croissants on top of a toaster (since they won’t fit in the toaster) to heat up. Be careful while doing this since the croissants can easily burn (and subsequently set a smoke alarm off).
While they’re heating up, turning them regularly, I chop the apple up and put it in a cup that acts as a small bowl, and grab a yogurt. I usually have a strawberry yogurt since that’s the flavour I prefer.
Once I’ve done this I will pour a drink. In this photo I had water with ice cubes and sliced lemon but usually I have apple juice or apple and elderflower cordial.
To serve I place the croissants to the side of the cup of apple with the yogurt, in its pot, also to the side, on a plate. I accompany the plate with a fork (for the apple) and a spoon (for the yogurt) to make eating obviously a lot easier.
Mmm, it’s so tasty!
Cereal Time is a week daily breakfast show on YouTube. Starring Jimmy Hill of Jimmy0010 and Charlie McDonnell of Charlieissocoollike as the hosts, this becomes a very British channel.
Many people have pointed out Cereal Time’s similarity with Good Mythical Morning, an American YouTube channel with week daily shows and very similar content which has been running for over seven seasons. It is true that the two shows are the British/American counterparts of each other but I think if you enjoy GMM and want something new or a little different to enjoy, Cereal Time is there for you.
I want to recommend this show because I’ve been enjoying it so much. I love the hosts a lot and have been watching their individual content for a while. I’ve even recommended Jimmy before on my blog.
The videos consist of challenges, games and discussions as well as structured sections, a different one each day, which are: Feature Tombola, Answerphone Mondays, Old News Tuesdays, Skype Games and Cereal time University.
So far their videos have included, June Christmas, making each other out of cereal, answering exam questions from British GCSE papers, creating superheroes, whether they would date ‘that dog’ and science experiments.
There’s little more to say, so check out the examples below and go visit Cereal Time.