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Monday, May 11, 2009

So, how do you define "healthy", anyway?

Specifically, I wonder if homemade strawberry shortcake is an acceptable Springtime breakfast. It's fruit and dairy, right?

10 comments:

JBD said...

Oh that absolutely counts as a perfectly acceptable breakfast. Yum! (Now you've made me want strawberry shortcake ...)

Mrs. Chili said...

Please! Did you see my bit about the carrot cake?!

I say have the shortcake. It's bound to be better for you than some of the pre-packaged cereals, anyway..

Colonel Colonel said...

JBD: Welcome to MMB! Yes, I think I'm gonna go for it.

Mrs.C: Gonna have it, though we eschew pre-packaged cereals round here. In the winter it steelcut Irish oatmeal with walnuts, frozen blueberries, honey, raisins and Cinnamon added, and at this time of year it's usually home-made granola & peaches or another fresh fruit with plain yogurt & walnuts & Cinnamon.

Damn, I'm hungry now!!

Joey Polanski said...

Cheesecake fer breakfast, lunch, suppr, and snackin!

Why th heck NOT?

Catalyst said...

One of the great pluses about reaching retirement age? You can have cookies or pie for breakfast. SWMBO told me that so it must be so. Strawberry shortcake? A natural way to start the day!

Malicious Intent said...

sure its healthy! make sure you use clotted cream though for the extra protein.

Malach the Merciless said...

It is, my Doctor said so.

anaglyph said...

I'm in!

Cissy Strutt said...

Fully.

breathethenexhale said...

Absofreakinglutely! Put a little vitamin kahula in your coffee and you have a well rounded morning! =)