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Dried Strawberries with Honey and Yogurt

greek yogurt organic raw honey dried wild strawberries toasted rolled oats

Weekend breakfasts are my sanity saviours. During the week I am an engergizer battery constantly on the go and always in a rush. It is an absolute treat to sit peacefully by the window with a cup of tea and a bowl of something beautiful. I watch the sky change colours and listen to the birds sing their songs. I reflect on the week that has past and hope for the best in the next.

It is extraordinary how a gorgeous breakfast can set the tone for the day. If only I had the discipline to organise myself every morning for breakfast, then perhaps everyday would be wonderful.
Dried Strawberries with Honey and Yogurt
Serves one
¼ cup traditional rolled oats
½ teaspoon ground cinnamon
1 cup plain greek yogurt
2 tablespoons honey
¼ cup dried strawberries or your favourite dried fruit
Toast the rolled oats in a hot frying pan until they are golden. Sprinkle cinnamon over the oats. Set aside to cool. Place the greek yogurt in a bowl and sprinkle with the cooled oats. Add the dried strawberries and drizzle the honey over the top. Turn off the tv, radio, telephone, internet. Lock the door, open the window, pull up a seat and enjoy the morning.

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  1. Sukaina

    That looks so healthy AND delicious! Love your vintage bowl and your photography too!

  2. penny aka jeroxie

    That is a bowl of goodness. Where did you get the dried strawberries?

    • tinytearoom

      Hi Penny. I bought the dried strawberries from a persian grocery store near where I live. but you can also purchase them and lots of other delicious stuff from pariya.com The great thing is that they are made in Sydney. So your food miles aren’t from all around the world.

  3. Shirley@kokken69

    Totally love the images! This is a hearty breakfast that I could see myself dig in… 🙂 Your description of morning is amazing.

  4. Yummychunklet

    This looks so simple yet delicious. And the peace you describe when eating? Heavenly!

  5. Rosa

    What a delicious treat! I wish I could find dried strawberries where I live..



  6. Mika

    I always wake up two hours earlier so I can enjoy my breakfast relaxing myself…even at 5 if I need to…I cannot have breakfast in a rush, I prefer don’t have it at all…
    I love that you used dried strawberries, they are my favorite…with dried cherries… ^_^
    Your pics are amazing! I love the mood of this one, that bowl remember me the one used by my grandma to drink her milk…

  7. tigerfish

    It takes efforts to slow down …and you did it! 🙂

    Love your beautiful photos.

  8. tasteofbeirut

    you could have fooled me! These look very fresh to me and very inviting in that creamy bowl of goodness!

  9. Soma

    I am coming over from twitter and am absolutely thrilled to have found your blog! What an amazing space you have. The photographs are mind blowing.

    you will see more of me 🙂

  10. Joyti

    I LOVE yogurt and honey together – especially if its thick ‘Greek’ yogurt…yum! And strawberries and yogurt are great together. Those strawberries look fresh – that’s a beautiful shot!
    p.s. Have you ever tried yogurt, honey, and figs? Its delicious!

  11. Stephanie

    What a gorgeous photo! I totally agree with you, a leisurely breakfast is a great way to start the weekend. It’ s especially lovely after a busy week.

  12. Kankana

    First time in your space. Dropped from Indian Simmer . You have a beautiful blog and this is such a fantastic breakfast 🙂 Following you in twitter now.

  13. OohLookBel

    I love weekends, too – wish there were more of them, haha! Great idea with the dried strawberries on the oats, I must keep an eye out for them.

  14. cityhippyfarmgirl

    Your photos are stunning, absolutely beautiful. It sets the scene for your weekend breakfast perfectly.

  15. Joanne

    This is such a delightful breakfast! Subtly sweet but still quite healthy…delicious for a weekend or a weekday!

  16. Charissa

    Mmmmm, this looks AMAZING…I love yogurt and this is so healthy and delish looking!

  17. peachkins

    Oh my gosh, I love your recipes and your photos!

  18. crustabakes

    I love your sanity saviour weekend breakfast picture. They seem to make time stand still. And it looks deliciously healthy too!

  19. Sylvie @ Gourmande in the Kitchen

    This sounds like a lovely breakfast, yogurt and oats are two of my favorite thing to have in the morning. Your blog and your photography is really beautiful, I look forward to seeing more!

  20. Mary @ Delightful Bitefuls

    Oh! This looks just wonderful!!!

    Great blog; happy I found you!

    Mary xo
    Delightful Bitefuls

  21. Felicia

    Oh, yum! That looks delightful. I’ve never thought of putting dried strawberries with yogurt and honey. But now that I think of it, it sounds so perfect.

  22. what katie’s baking

    i love your blog.
    very inspiring and your photos are beautiful!
    this looks like a healthy and delicious breakfast! mmm.
    you aren’t alone, i’m not able to get myself together during the week to have a nice breakfast every morning either.

  23. Richard Elliot

    Love the new blog Amy!

  24. Kulsum at JourneyKitchen

    This looks so lovely! Loving your blog and photography 🙂

  25. Beth

    I’ve looked all over the place for dried strawberries and haven’t had much luck around here, but I’d love to try them. This looks so delicious!

  26. Baby_Berrie

    I really want to try it!!

    Oh I can’t wait!!

    I loooooove dried strawberries!

    Oh thank you for this recipe!!

  27. Tamara

    I agree, there’s nothing like a good breakfast, and this one is great!

  28. Juls

    this is just delicious! I love the aspect!

  29. Heidi – Apples Under My Bed

    Beautiful. It is amazing how a lovely breakfast can set the tone for the day – absolutely 🙂
    Heidi xo

  30. Katherine

    Oooh! I must say, I love the way you do your photography. 😀 I like dried strawberries in oatmeal too; other times it’s dried blueberries and cranberries.

    If I’ve got a bunch of dried strawberries I use them for scones and salads as well.


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