Do you want to see what was the first sweet thing we drank and ate?
We enjoyed every little crumb of this croissant. It was so good. We had this yum breakfast at Bagatellini Café (MOM Park shopping center, Budapest) after visiting the organic farmers market.
Bagatellini Café, developed by the Villa Bagatelle team with the help of star chef Viktor Segal. They have created a café and bakery where everything is of the finest quality and prepared with natural or organic ingredients. The quality of their coffee is guaranteed by Viennese café master Daniel Moser. The Bagatellini food selection ranges from mouth-watering sandwiches and hand-made baked goods to gourmet salads, soups and fresh, organic French fries. They have even installed a small bakery to allow them to make the finest hand-made, natural and fresh baked goods right there on the premises, seven days a week and throughout the day.
Are you still here? If yes, a few words about the breakfast. It’s sugar-free, vegan, nutritious and easy to make. You can even make it during the week.
The natural rice milk tastes a bit sweet but if you want to make it a bit sweeter you can add one or two teaspoons of honey.
Roasted almonds are my favorite new snack. I love it. They make a great snack or appetizer. You also get the benefit of them curbing your hunger and containing plenty of nutrients. Roasted almonds are best enjoyed right after they are cooled.
Oatmeal with Rice Milk and Roasted Almonds
Ingredients (serves 2)
– 10 tablespoons oatmeal
– 400 ml unsweetened rice milk
– 1 small handful almond
Roast the almonds in a dry non-stick pan for 6-8 minutes. Set aside to cool, then chop them roughly. In a pan heat the rice milk for 3-4 minutes (just to get a little bit warm). Divide the oatmeal in small bowls, pour over the warm rice milk, sprinkle with cinnamon and the toasted almonds. Serve with clementine.