Be my valentine – every day. We don’t really care whether it’s Valentine’s Day or not, we value the time together as often as possible and also like to surprise each other during the year with a nice dinner in a cute restaurant, a small excursion or even homemade sushi. Ha- by the way, this is Joelle’s specialty. Why hasn’t the recipe made it onto the blog yet? … Well, Fabio doesn’t like to eat raw rice, that’s the honest truth. Every now and then, there are also mistakes happening in our kitchen: the dishes that went absolutely wrong and that you would like to make disappear unseen. But pssst, you haven’t heard anything about that.
But now back to much tastier facts: this heavenly fresh breakfast will catapult you to new heights, we promise. Greek yogurt with a slightly warm raspberry sauce with our fabulously tasty chocolate granola, a few raspberries and papaya to spice it up and the absolute best: our Valentine’s cookies with tonka beans. Just the bare cookies, no filling.
Tonka bean. Never heard.
Danger of addiction, attention. Vanilla is the first thing that comes to your mind when you smell it and later taste it. And yet, the tonka bean is almost even better, because in addition to the sweet taste it is also slightly bitter, which we both love. It contains coumarin, which is not that great from a health point of view, but who eats several tonka beans a day? So what. We don’t want to talk for so long today, enjoy the time and above all our breakfast recipe. Lots of love for you.
We are super delighted if you try our creations and would love to see them. Link us on Instagram with @bisstacchio and use the hashtag #bisstacchiorecipes.
greek yogurt with berries, granola and papaya
- 400 g greek jogurt
- 60 g granola
- 1 Slice Papaya
- 30 g frozen raspberries for decoration
- 170 g frozen raspberries
- 2 tbsp. water
- 1 tsp. honey
- 1/2 tonka bean
- For the raspberry sauce, put the frozen raspberries, water, honey and the grated tonka bean in a saucepan and reduce over medium heat until the sauce is thick. With our induction stove, this took about 5-6 minutes. Let cool slightly.
- Cut a slice from the papaya, peel it, remove the seeds or not depending on your preference (the seeds taste delicious, a bit peppery). Cut into small pieces.
- Arrange the yogurt in two bowls (alternatively on two plates), decorate with raspberry sauce, papaya slices,granola and the remaining frozen raspberries.
- Optionally, you can also decorate your breakfast with our delicious Valentine's Day cookies. You can find the recipe here.