I got the inspiration for this recipe from our citytrip to Berlin almost 2 years ago. We were together for 6 months and it was Jens’ birthday so I surprised him with a citytrip to Berlin. Jens’ birthday is on 1 July and I though a citytrip is nice, but Southern Europe could be really hot so I better pick a city in Northern Europe.
The night before his birthday I drove (with suitcase and tickets) to him. He thought I wasn’t coming and was kind of grumpy because I couldn’t attend his birthday. I told him, when I arrived that he had to get his suitcase because we were heading to the airport that night to go away for a few days. Jens was of course flabbergasted, but we did have a great time in Berlin. When it comes to the temperature we might as well gotten to Southern Europe after all. Because of the heatwave in Berlin the temperature was average 35 degrees Celsius (95 Fahrenheit) which is quite hot in a city without beaches or water nearby.
Amount: 1 portion
How to make it?
You can vary with the fruit you pick for this recipe as well as the yogurt. By choosing a plant based yogurt you can make this recipe lactose free or even vegan. If you replace the honey by a plant based sweetener.
Kiwi, apple and banana form the basis of the recipe. First put the yogurt in a soup plate or bowl and add the oatmeal. I put the oatmeal on one side of the plate to leave enough space for the fruit.
Remove the heart of the apple and cut the apple in slices, lay them on the plate. Next I peeled the kiwi and also cut into slices that I put next to the apple on the plate. At last I peeled the banana and also added those slices to the plate. Cover with a little bit of honey to add some extra flavor.
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