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I have come to realize that I trust the opinions and suggestions from bloggers more and more. I went to search for a recipe online last week, and instead of trusting some “random” website, I find myself searching out blogs. I guess I just trust that if someone has taken the time to photograph and write about what they’ve made, their opinion is a lot easier to trust than a recipe just thrown up on some website somewhere in cyberspace.

This is also why I have loved asking you what you do with your vegetables/herbs. I’ve found some great recipes and suggestions, and I know I can trust them because they come my fellow blogging friends.

When I asked for suggestions to use up my mint many weeks ago, I got back many great suggestions. But quite a few of you suggested using it in a simple fruit salad. I couldn’t get this idea out of my mind, so a few weekends ago, I decided to use the mint for our breakfast.

It doesn’t get any easier than this. Cut up some strawberries, add in the mint and the juice of a lime. Delicious!! I did discover that I’m not big on chewing on the actual mint leaves, though. Next time, I think I’ll let the leaves soak in the lime juice for awhile beforehand, and then strain the leaves out. Or make a simple syrup like Glamah suggested.

A breakfast of strawberries and mint, cantaloupe from the garden and French toast – you can’t go wrong with that!

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25 Responses to Strawberries with Mint

  1. kat says:

    no you can’t go wrong, that looks like a fancy weekend breakfast to me!

  2. PaniniKathy says:

    What a lovely breakfast! Great idea to use mint with strawberries, although I totally agree with you about mint moderation. 🙂 I should have french toast more often, it’s so good!

  3. Maria says:

    Simple is sometimes best! Looks like the perfect breakfast!

  4. Ryley says:

    I find myself doing the same thing when I look for recipes..I always add blog to the end of whatever I’m searching for. It’s nice to read what they liked and didn’t like or would change next time! Love it!
    Strawberries look good.. so does the french toast!! Yummm.. But syrup gives me heartburn..

  5. Emily says:

    I have always wondered about mint in fruit salads! Now I am going to definately try it! (I don’t like chewing herbs like that either!)

  6. Pam says:

    It looks and sounds like the perfect breakfast. I think mint and strawberries go great together.

  7. Kristen says:

    Food blog search is the best way to go! I agree.
    Simple, easy and delicious. You can’t go wrong!

  8. noble pig says:

    Strawberries and mint are the best combo ever, so refreshing.

  9. Meg says:

    Wow! What a wonderful combination. I will have to try this.

  10. Kevin says:

    That looks like a really nice way to start the day. I like using mint this way but it seems that I do not do it nearly often enough.

  11. ashley says:

    i agree with you about mint. i hate chewing on it too… its too much. looks delicious!

  12. kamailesfood says:

    I’m a big breakfast fan and this one looks so refreshing and tasty!

  13. Ivy says:

    Thanks for visiting. I agree with you 100%. Our blogger friends are the best cooks and their recipes are tried and tested. I rarely seek for random recipes and whenever I tried them they were a failure. I think I have to post of all my failures one day. I love fresh mint but never though of using it with fruit. Shall have this in mind next time.

  14. Grace says:

    to tell you the truth, i rarely crack open my cookbooks anymore. so many bloggers, so many awesome recipes. 🙂

  15. hot garlic says:

    This sounds refreshing, and the photo is gorgeous! You’re getting so good with your new camera!

  16. Patricia Scarpin says:

    Deb, that’s the kind of breakfast that can brighten up any day!

  17. Tasty Trends says:

    mint and fruit is always so refreshing in the summer!

  18. Claire says:

    Mmmmm…sounds so good.

  19. Susan from Food Blogga says:

    Oh, isn’t fresh mint on fruit absolutely lovely?

  20. Girl Japan says:

    Simplicity is nice and lovely = )

  21. Astra Libris says:

    ooooh, your breakfast sounds absolutely perfect!

  22. Sara says:

    sounds so simple, but so good! i’ll have to try this.

  23. glamah16 says:

    Thats a beautiful looking breakfast.

  24. coco says:

    I wish I had someone prepare such a beautiful breakfast for me! I take a quick shower and rush to work every morning *sigh*

  25. K. Pfeiffer says:

    The links within your article no longer work.

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