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You know how back in January I said I was going to try and eat better breakfasts this year? Well, on the whole I have pretty much failed. One of my only improvements was the invention of my everyday, go to breakfast of a cubed avocado dressed in lemon juice and sea salt, and another has been the jar of homemade granola I’ve been trying (though I do keep on forgetting!) to keep in the larder. At least I can snack on it plain right from the jar when I have not remembered to buy more Greek Yogurt or fruit to go with it. Right?
If you’re keeping the granola for yourself, especially for snack handfuls, I have a suggestion. You see, as it is Christmas you can basically get away with eating whatever you want. So, when I tell you that any Christmas chocolate you have spare to hand already, but especially Lindt characters, are fantastic for crumbling into your granola, do it. As I said, it is Christmas. Chocolate for breakfast is totally acceptable. Or, at least I keep telling myself as I try and find guilt free ways to attack the festive stash Lindt sent me and is currently hidden away (from myself, obviously) in the corner of my upstairs office.
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