Breakfast Yogurt Peachy Crunch!



  • 4 heaped tablespoons of plain or flavoured – low fat and no added sugar – yogurt
  • 1.5 tablespoons of toasted mixed breakfast muesli
  • 1 fresh peach, seed removed, then segmented
  • 1 whole passionfruit pulp
  • A few fresh blueberries, or other berries, to garnish


Using a tall glass, place half the segmented peach on the bottom of the glass, then place half the passionfruit pulp on top of the peach slices. Pile 2 heaped tablespoons of yogurt on top, then repeat with one more layer.

Using a flat sandwich press, toast the mixed breakfast muesli for 1-2 minutes, or until slightly golden brown, then turn the sandwich press off.

Compiling the beauty:

Once there are two layers inside the glass, of peach, passionfruit pulp and yoghurt, pile the top layer with the toasted mixed breakfast muesli, then decorate with blueberries or other berries of your choice.

Enjoy a healthy and light breakfast!

Karina x

Copyright © 2016 by Karina Teuma


Freeze, Busta!

Karina’s ‘Cool’ Cooking Tip!


There are many ways you can save time in the kitchen. Although I always like to cook fresh from the garden and the butcher, there are times when one may need an emergency supply. Emergency supplies can be a real blessing and you may like to use your emergency supplies more often than originally planned!

The following is my abbreviated list of food categories, which are all freezable:

– Most fruits, provided you will only use defrosted fruits for baking, cooking, or making fruit drinks such as milkshakes. If you eat frozen fruit defrosted, without cooking it, it will stay soggy and not taste very palatable.

– Stock, frozen in small portions (freezer-proof containers or freezer-proof bags). Freezing in small portions allows you to readily take a portion out every time you need it, which saves you a tonne of time! From this, you can make stews, sauces, curries and more!

– Some vegetables are better than others at maintaining some food-integrity after freezing. Examples of vegetables that freeze well are: Carrots, Broccoli, Corn and Green Beans.

– Meat of all kinds: raw or cooked. I prefer to only freeze raw meat, however, if you’re a busy parent, freezing cooked food will save you a bucket-load of time!

– Baked goods of many kinds.

N.B. with all the above mentioned food and food products, it is recommended to ensure the frozen particles do not enter your food. One way to ensure this does not happen, is to firstly place your food into a freezer-proof bag, then into a freezer-proof container, followed by popping it straight into the freezer!

Personally, I prefer to not freeze my cooked food, unless I am in a hurry. These tips will save you loads of time!


Karina x


Karina’s Eggcellent Spanish Chorizo, Basil and Parmesan Omelette!


Fancy a flavour explosion? Then look no further. To enjoy Karina’s Eggcellent Omelette, you will need to grab your favourite breakfast drink, a comfortable chair and perhaps read up on some of my recipes 🙂


– Two Large Eggs (free range are best)

– Cracked Black Pepper

– 1 tablespoon of Olive Oil (I like to use garlic infused olive oil for maximum flavour)

– 1 small handful of finely grated Parmesan Cheese (you can use finely grated Cheddar Cheese if you prefer a less sharp flavour)

– 1/4 of one Spanish Chorizo, skin removed and sliced thinly.

– 1/2 of 1 handful of Fresh Basil Leaves, torn.

N.B – You can make your own garlic olive oil, by dry roasting garlic cloves either in a pan, or in the oven until it’s golden brown (it should only take a few minutes). Allow the roasted garlic to cool slightly, then place the roasted garlic into a jar of olive oil to infuse. Keep it in the olive oil for about one week, then fetch the garlic out with a long skewer. You can then use this beautiful garlic oil in any of your favourite recipes which calls for a hint of garlic. Enjoy the flavour sensation!


Add your Spanish Chorizo to the pan, along with your olive oil. Fry over a high heat until the bottom side is crispy and golden brown. Flip your Spanish Chorizo to allow the other side to turn golden brown. When both sides of your Spanish Chorizo are crispy and golden brown, turn the heat down to a low heat.

Crack your eggs into a bowl, with a pinch of pepper, then beat well with a fork until combined. Add your eggs to the pan, along with your Spanish Chorizo. Wobble your pan with your eggs, until the bottom surface of your pan is coated in egg.

Now, pop your favourite wholemeal or grain bread into your toaster. Boil the kettle to get your favourite cup of tea or coffee going.

Wait about 1-2 minutes, or until you see the eggs are slightly cooked. Grate your parmesan cheese on top of your eggs. You don’t need to wait for the cheese to cook, since it would have already melted into your eggs slightly. Flip one side of your omelet onto the other, by using a spatula.

Compiling the Beauty:

Turn the heat to off, then you should be able to slide your silky, flavourful omelet onto your plate. Cut your toast to your liking. Pour out your favourite cup of tea, coffee or whatever you like. Relax and enjoy your beautiful omelette!

Enjoy this wonderful breakfast!

Serves 1

Karina x