Breakfast International {part forty seven}

Name: Bronwyn

Website: Simply for Flying and blog

Where do you live: Currently Munich, Germany but we are moving to Singapore in September

Your kids name+ age: Giselle (Gigi) 4 & Luca (kuka) 6

What do they have for breakfast: No matter if it’s during the week or on the weekends, Giselle is the first one to rise and comes to my side of the bed and asks if it’s 7 o’clock. She makes me check my watch and tells me that she is hungry – not that she has any idea of the time. She can open the fridge from the base and grabs an Actimel or a yoghurt before her brother gets up. Once Luca is up it’s usually just the kids eating at the breakfast table which is a rather rushed affair. During the week they normally have weat-a-bix or muesli (my husband is always frustrated that kids muesli has chocolate in it), fruit and toast. On the weekends the choice is muesli or porridge, freshly pressed carrot and apple juice, egg&soldiers, vegemite, nutella( treat only on weekends) and chino (milk froth with coco)

What do mummy and daddy have for breakfast: My husband is away a lot for business so when we are together breakfast on weekends are very special. A must is a double shot flat white to wake us up and get the ball rolling in the mornings. The kids love helping in the kitchen and Luca has is own mini fry pan to  fry his egg for his Bagdad Eggs. You’re probably wondering what that is? Back in Australia before we had kids we used to eat this lovely dish at Stephanie Alexander’s lader cafe in Melbourne. In short it’s a flat bread spread with hommus with one or two fried runny egg (s) placed on top, chopped parsley and mint, with a sprinkle of nutmeg or cumin and a drizzle of lemon oil. Want to try? My husband then quietly slips away with our son and  does some male bonding watching Australian footy via livestream in his Charles Eames lounge chair which he got for this 40th last year.
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