Thanks to my girls waking me up early, I’ve gradually been training my body to wake up earlier. Part of me being able to stay up all day and be productive includes getting a good breakfast too. I don’t like to eat right when I wake up though, so I waited a bit and then made this breakfast with fresh homemade juice in my juicer.
We had some chopped fruit left in the fridge from my party.
It had apples, blackberries, blueberries, strawberries, and grapes.
I added an apple and a handful of raspberries and threw it all in my juicer. I can be kind of be picky about my raw fruit if its too mushy or bruised or just not fresh, but the great thing about juicing is that I can get rid of that less-than-fresh fruit. I normally would have written off these raspberries as too icky to eat alone, but they were perfect in my juice.
I’ve found that an apple and two or three handfuls of other fruits is enough to make a cup of juice.
I added a spoonful of Chia seeds and stirred. It was one of the sweeter juices I’ve made, but it was still good and tangy!
My favorite juice so far has been apple, carrot, orange, blueberry juice!
I added a bagel with peanut butter, cinnamon, and sprinkles on it and ate a banana as well. While a big, fluffy, white flour bagel isn’t the healthiest, its filling and its my favorite. I’ve eaten these since I was a kid. I consider it even since I had juice 😉
Now, after running a few errands, including getting my last TB skin test before school (eep!), I’m going for a run. I love (healthy) productive days!