Tuesday, September 28, 2021

Plant Based Breakfast Platters

Looks like I'm back in action! After a little break from this cozy corner of mine, I'm feeling refreshed and ready to sprinkle some culinary magic today. That's right - it's time to share some zen cooking tales with you all. Ta-da!


Alright, let's get real for a moment. While the URL (nava-k) remains the same (because who needs the hassle of buying a new one, am I right?), this space is now officially known as Nava’s Zen. Why the change, you ask? Well, it's all part of my new journey as I dive into starting my own business. Currently, it's undergoing some renovation and sprucing up, all while expanding my urban gardening efforts under the Nava’s Zen banner. But don't worry, my dear friends, I'm still here to spill the beans on all my culinary secrets.


Now, enough about that. Let's talk about something delicious - these healthy and easy-to-put-together, yet creatively plated "Breakfast Platters." Sure, they're not exactly out of this world, but with a little touch of creativity, even the simplest meal can look like it came straight from a fancy restaurant. There are no fancy cooking techniques involved here, just simple, wholesome ingredients coming together to make your mornings brighter.


So, without further ado, let me introduce you to these tempting breakfast platters straight from the depths of my imagination. Get ready to tantalize your taste buds and elevate your breakfast game.

Messy Platter 
Cherry tomatoes 
Sweet potatoes 

Hot Apple 
Red apples 
Premix salad leaves 
Bright Morning 
Chia seeds 
Red apple 
Purple Green 
Purple sweet potato 
Sunflower seeds 
Thousand island dressing

Clean And Lean 
Chia seeds 

Soft And Crunch 
Sunflower seeds  
Salad leaves

Isn't it fascinating? Fruits, vegetables, and sauces right at our fingertips, yet it's the effort we put into our creativity that brings them together into these eye-catching breakfast platters. I bet you're feeling inspired to create your own now, aren't you?


Just imagine digging in with a fork or even your fingers, indulging in these moments of healthy pleasure. And what better time to do so than on a lazy Saturday or Sunday morning, when we're not usually rushing out the door to work? It's the perfect way to slow down, savor the flavors, and start the day off right. So go ahead, get creative, and treat yourself to a breakfast platter that's as delightful to look at as it is to eat.


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