Making a smoothie is a great way to use up fruit that is too soft for a fruit salad. When you cut up the fruit, it’s OK to cut them up into large chunks because they are going to be turned into liquid by the food processor.
And, as a side note, I love my food processor. I bought it at a garage sale for three dollars, and it has served me well. I definitely recommend having a food processor. I also recommend shopping at garage sales. But, anyway, I digress (my hobby).
For this smoothie, I used strawberries and a peach. I chopped them into large chunks and then pureed them in the food processor.
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I'm coming to your bed & breakfast. The smoothie with an omelet sounds great!
Having stayed at B&B's several times (a special treat, and probably one we won't enjoy for a while) I can say there are soe very creative cooks out there. Your guests (and I) would enjoy that farm fresh omelet. Could tell by the yolk that it was a quality egg as I used to own chickens.
Okay, what time is breakfast, I'm on my way! If I had a B&B, my breakfast would be similar. I love making omelets, I mix eggs, chopped onions, ham or bacon and a shredded cheese all together. Just before it's finished cooking, I add a boat load of cheese to the top and let it melt. Since you served a smoothie, I'll serve a nice cup of hot chocolate, topped with whipped cream!
MMM yours sounds great! Mine would be french toast, bacon & eggs over medium cooked in the bacon grease! With a big ole glass of OJ!!! That is my favorite breakfast! A good ole southern country breakfast!
Yum! Makes life easy. Toast butter or cake in the morning with coffee works for me.