For some reason unknown to me, over the years I've become less of a breakfast person. When I was younger I would wake up and immediately require food. As I'm older, I actually enjoy the morning slowly by consuming coffee or tea and then eventually consuming solid foods.
When I studied yoga in India in 2007 I fell into this habit because of the Ayurvedic way of eating, which promotes not combining solids and liquids. After doing this for nearly two months, my body readjusted.
I wanted to make something different, and found this beautiful 1970's pink rose dress that inspired yet again, another strawberry recipe.
Pretty in pink and eating sweets are two things I enjoy. Although I didn't add rosewater to this, the pretty floral pattern inspired me to try this recipe again, but with adding a bit of rose water to the strawberries.
I like sweeter foods for breakfast and often get bored of the same type of oatmeal or overnight oats. Eating a breakfast bar pie is basically the same thing as eating baked oatmeal, just with a bit of a twist.
The one thing about breakfast is that it is an opportunity to start the day in a new way, giving us a chance to do the things we like, love, desire or want to do.
"We as human beings have the amazing capacity to be reborn at breakfast everyday and say, “This is a new day.”
Elizabeth Rae Kovar M.A. is Author of her memoir, Finding Om and is a Fitness Trainer, Yogi, Reiki Master, Presenter and Lover of Life. To view her portfolio please visit www.elizabethkovar.com