Figs are a beautiful fruit. They have a unique taste and texture. They are sweet, chewy and rich in fibre, magnesium, manganese, sodium, potassium, calcium, vitamin A, vitamin B1, vitamin B2, vitamin B6 and K.

I prepared 2 lovely and interesting breakfast ideas with figs for you. These fruits are brilliant to create desserts, toasts and fruit salads with.

Let me share my 2 favourite breakfast ideas with figs with you. They are simple, full of nutrients and can help you to create your figs-favourite breakfast.

Green vs Violet Salad:


  • A handful of Watercress, Spinach and Rocket Salad
  • A handful of sprouts
  • 5 plum tomatoes   - 15 kcal, 3.6g of Carbohydrates,  0.9g of Protein, 0.2g of Fat
  • 2-3 fresh figs  - 103 kcal, 26.9 g of Carbohydrates, 1g of Protein, 0.4g of Fat
  • Mozzarella balls = 100g - 246kcal, 1.5g of Carbohydrates, 18g of Protein, 18.5g of Fat
  • Fresh Basil
  • Mixed seeds (pumpkin, flaxseeds, sunflower seeds and chia seeds)
  • 1/4 teaspoon fresh lime juice
  • Olive oil

Porridge with figs, mango and blueberries. Full of Vitamin C!


  • 50g  oats -  185 kcal,  27.5g of Carbohydrates, 7g of Protein, 4g of Fat
  • (or 50g quinoa flakes - 169 kcal, 38.84g of Carbohydrates, 6.84g of Protein, 3.23g of Fat)
  •  40g fresh blueberries - 18 kcal,  4.9g of Carbohydrates, 0.2g of Protein, 0.2g of Fat
  • 50g mango - 32.5 kcal, 7.6g of Carbohydrates, 0.3g of Protein, 0.1g of Fat
  • 2 fresh figs - 103.6 kcal, 26.9g of Carbohydrates, 1g of Protein, 0.4g of fat
  • 2 teaspoon organic dark cacao


  1. Mix 50g of oats with water and 2 teaspoons cacao in a pod and bring to the boil
  2. Simmer for 5 minutes
  3. Remove from heat and transfer to the bowl
  4. Top with blueberries, mango and figs!

I always try to be grateful that I can prepare delicious and healthy food for myself and others. Food that has been supplemented and eaten with care tastes much better:)

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