Breakfast Popsicles

Entertaining for Breakfast doesn’t have to be a stressful event. In fact it is probably the best time to entertain. You’ve got the most energy of the day, it doesn’t take all day to prepare and guests don’t stay on until all hours of the night. Speaking honestly here, what sells it for me is it’s probably the most cost effective meal to entertain.

If you follow my little blog or instagram you’ll probably know just how often I say that the key to a relaxed, happy hosting experience is to prepare beforehand. I like to think outside the box for breakfasts. Things that aren’t your usual ‘bacon and eggs’ or croissants… oh wait, let’s be real here! Nothing beats a fresh baked croissant. But if you want your guests to feel totally spoilt think of a few easy things that will work together. An easy example is my cute little menu this morning as we entertained 6 adults and 8 children.

It looked like this:

Breakfast popsicles

Breakfast grazing board

Israeli Shashuka served with fresh sourdough.

Drinks:

Champagne and fresh Orange Juice

Passion fruit Kombucha

Cold Drip

Really friends it was so simple to do. Once we put the kids to bed last night we set the table, I cooked up the shashuka to a point where I know the next day all I had to do was fry the eggs in the delicious mixture. As for a grazing board… I’m sure most of you have made them in your time. But this was really fun. Hop onto Pinterest and literally type the words in. You’ll be met with a wealth of ideas to create your own style. Finally I wanted to have something ready for upon arrival. Something that took a few seconds to put together and gave a wow factor. And here the recipe (embarrassingly) is!!

Ingredients:

500g organic plain coconut yoghurt (or any type you like)

Slices of fresh figs.

1/3 cup Organic honey

1/3 cup Organic granola or muesli

Popsicle moulds

Keep fresh fig slices aside. Mix other ingredients.

Place a fig gently into the mould. Build the mixture around it, place one more sliced fig into the mould. Completely fill mixture to the top.

Freeze.

Serve on a platter of your choice with scattered nuts and a drizzle of honey.

Come on! You can’t possibly go wrong here.

Enjoy.

Jennifer X