strawberry butter on toast & honey latte

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Honey in my coffe is one of my favorite ways to drink coffee. It’s a nice change from the plain coffee with just a little bit of half-and-half that’s my normal go-to. Besides being so much healthier then plain sugar, the flavors of the honey play so nicely with the coffee. Do you have any sugar alternatives that you put in your coffee? I’m always looking for new ways to enjoy my morning cup.

Strawberries, honey, butter, and lemon are mingled together then spread on warm toast. The butter melts into the toast while the flavors sing a spring song.

Some links for your weekend:

Humming Bird Bakery. A bakery in London with “authentic American cakes”

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Other toast recipes: Poached eggs on toast, avocado toast.

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For the toast:

4 slices good quality bread

1 pint strawberries, washed

2 tablespoons butter

3 tablespoons honey

1 lemon

Toast the bread. Put the strawberries, honey, and butter together in a small mixing bowl. Use a knife to cut the strawberries and mix everything together. Spread on the toast. Finish with a squeeze of lemon.

For the honey latte:

For each cup:

A good French press or even stovetop espresso

Half and half, to taste

about 1 teaspoon good quality honey

Make the French press (directions here). Serve with honey and half and half.

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