The leaves are starting to turn a bit brown and slowly the days are getting shorter. Feeling a bit sad and blue that the end of the summer in sight. Luckily the change of the season also comes with the profits: different fruits! I wanted to make this Miyogi a bit blue and happy with the delicious seasonal fruit. The prune. So here’s my latest Miyogi named Early Autumn.
Early Autumn Miyogi
The fruits in this Miyogi are: Blueberries and Prunes.
Prunes ripe and are at it’s best after summer. They come in many colours and often they are eaten dried. They are also known as plums. I used the ripe and undried fruit for this Miyogi. They are a big help if you feel constipated, but do not eat to much of them because they are very high in sugar!
Blueberries. I felt like I wanted to mix them with the prunes because of their colour and sour and sweet taste. Blueberries have so many benefits and are known as one of the best foods to eat. They are high in anti-oxidants and good for the brain and nervous system. They are blue, but they make me happy!!
What do you need?
- 200ml of yogurt
- 1 prune
- 2 tbl spoon of blueberries
- 1 tbl spoon of flax seeds
- 1 tbl spoon of honey
- 5 almonds
How to make a Early Autumn Miyogi
Very simple. Just cut the prunes and mix it with the onther ingredients. Make sure you stir well to mix the honey right! Tip: use frozen blueberries. They contain all the vitamins because they are frozen and it gives you an extra chilled Miyogi.
Enjoy your Miyogi and don’t forget to share your creations with me!