I have no room to talk as I'm getting ready to bake bruffins (brownie muffins) with walnuts and cherry jam. For the Great Scot of course.
Jacqueline:I bet I can cook mine quicker than you can cook yours! (But yours sounds SO MUCH BETTER.)
Glad you have your priorities straight, Mitchell!!Kids would LOVE you!!!
Jim:Kids and I get along really well. I never realized why!
You forgot nuts....I always have to have pecans with my cereal.
Linda:Nuts would have been a great addition... but much too adult!
No more cooking for you :)
Cheapchick:Amen and hallelujah!!!
I don't mind nuts or raisins in my cereal, but those things look a bit too sweet for morning fare.
Stephen:I'm disappointed in you. Besides, they're FRUIT!
Not being a sweet person (take THAT any way you want), the bran flakes looks good, but those sugar fruits just don't get it for me ;-)
Sharon:I'm sure they're all-natural fruits.
Looks good! But I would prefer to eat them separately, saving the gummy fruit for "dessert". I have a serious sweet tooth. I have been known to cook (gasp!) sugar until caramelizes and eat it straight up.
Wilma:OK. I have to admit that I did eat them separately --- but I didn't save them for last. Oddly, I couldn't eat caramelized sugar straight up, but San Geraldo could!
Hmmmm. All that healthy 'fruit' (as you term it) - let me see now: strawberry, raspberry, lime, lemon and TWO oranges?
Raybeard:But the purplish ones are grape. It's supposed to be a tropical fruit collection. There's not only orange, but also tangerine -- if you can tell the difference. I screwed up and didn't include the orange slice; what you see are two tangerines... I think.
Such lovely jentacular delights!I usually just get oh so practical oatmeal.
Spo:Oatmeal, although available, is not so easy to find around here. Also, I have to cook it... with heat and everything.
In Quebec the breakfast of Champions would be accompanied by a beer.
Laurent:Truthfully... here, as well. I'm a non-conformist.
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