Today’s breakfast is a “copycat” of McDonald’s Breakfast Wrap upon my boy’s request since he can’t get the actual one from their outlets until future notice.
|[Fruit Melody] Berries and Kiwifruits|
(Serves: 2 | Preparation: 10 minutes )
- 4 Slices of Thick Toast
- 1 Can of Tuna Chunk/Flake in Olive Oil
- 4 Slices of Sandwich Cheese
- 1 Japanese Cucumber, thinly sliced and havled
- 1 Medium Tomato, sliced
- 2 Shallots, thinly sliced
- 1 Tablespoon of Japanese Mayonnaise
- Some freshly ground black pepper
- 1 Christmas Tree Shaped Pancake Ring Mould
1. Drain the tuna chunk, place it in a bowl together with shallot, mayonnaise and pepper. Mix well and set aside.
2. Next using a Christmas Tree shaped cutter, cutout the shape from the bread and repeat the same procedure using sandwich cheese.
3. Put a slice of the cutout sandwich cheese on top of each Christmas Tree cutout before spreading a layer of tuna mixture on it.
4. Arrange the halved cucumber slices to resemble tree leaves and you can add on extra "Stars" cheese and tomato slices to decorate the trees.
(Serves: 2 | Preparation: 10 minutes | Baking: 3 minutes)
2 - 4 Pieces of Thick Toast
1 Can Ayam Brand Tuna Chunk In Olive Oil, drained
2 Shallot, finely chopped
1.5 Tablespoon Japanese Mayonnaise
1/4 Teaspoon Freshly Ground Black Pepper
Some Cherry Tomato, halves
1. Drain tuna chunk, pour it in a s small mixing bowl together with chopped shallot, mayonnaise and black pepper till well combined.
2. Spread the tuna mixture evenly among the bread slices, top with cherry tomato and shredded cheese.
3. Baked in a toaster oven for about 3 - 5 minutes till cheese melt and slight golden in colour.
4. Remove garnish with some parsley flakes and extra mayonnaise and serve immediately.
~ You could use any tuna of your choice for this recipe.
~ Mayonnaise could be omitted for healthier choice.
GRANOLA In 3 sizes:
~ Try First : S$9.90 per 320g pack
~ Wah, I like! : S$15.90 per 500g pack
(with huge arse juicy figs, weight (80-90g) excluded)
~ I want moreeeeee! : S$29.90 per 1kg pack
(Serves: 1 | Preparation: 10 minutes | Cooking: 3 minutes)
2 Slices Sandwich Bread
1 Slice Picnic Ham
1 Slice of Sandwich Cheese
1 Zesperi® Gold/Green Kiwifruit
1 Mini Packet of Juice or Milo
Some Cheese Cubes
Some Cookies or Seedless Grapes
Method:-1. Either blanched the picnic ham in boiling water or lightly pan-fry it for 20 seconds on each side, remove and set aside.
2. Using a 8cm pie cutter or mug, cut out round shaped from the bread slices. Repeat the same steps for the cooked ham and with a knife cut it into halve length wise.
3. Next with the round and star shape food cutters (read more on cutters HERE), cut out the crescent and five stars that represent our Singapore National Flag and use a tweezer to assemble them on the ham shown above.
4. When done, sandwich the remaining the ham and cheese(trim a bit) with the cutout bread. Top with the decorated Singapore National Flag Ham and place it in the prepared lunchbox.
5. To complete the bento box, add in some sides such as mini packet of juice or milo, cookies, cheese cubes or etc.
6. Lastly remember to put in either Zesperi® Gold/Green Kiwifruit in the special compartment allocated for it.
|One of our breakfast with Zespri® Gold Kiwifruit shared via my Instagram|
(Serves: 1 | Preparation: 5 - 7 minutes | Cooking: 5 minutes)
2 Slices of Plain Or Wholemeal Sandwich Bread
1 Slice of Breakfast Ham
1 Slice of Sandwich Cheese
1 Cherry Tomato, halved
1 Hash Brown or Some Potato Gems
Some Whole Walnuts, toasted
Some Salad Green, optional
Method:-1. Either blanch the ham in hot water or lightly fry it on a pan for 10 seconds on each side. Remove and set aside.
2. Using your desire LunchPunch cutter (i choose the frog prince), punch out the "frog" shaped on each slice of bread as shown above.
3. Next adjust the crown of the "frog prince" cutter to fix the sandwich cheese and cut out a "crown" and "legs" to fix it on 1 slice of the frog shaped bread.
4. Repeat the same process using the cutter to cut out "mouth" and "legs" from the ham using the help of a toothpick or food stick to outline the cut out. (refer to the step-by-step photo above)
5. Lastly assemble the sandwich and place all the leftover pieces of ham and cheese between the two slices of frog shaped bread.
6. Arrange the tomato halves and features of the frog and serve it on some salad green together with toasted walnuts, hash brown and a glass of milk/coffee/tea.