Bali Family Holiday- Beautiful Balinese Breakfasts

Linking up with Wordless Wednesday, hosted by My Little Drummer Boys. Trish has posted amazing photos of gigantic trees, check them out!

The doughnuts in the pix weren’t my breakfast by the way!


What’s your favourite holiday breakfast?

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Posted on: November 9, 2011

24 Comments

  • Reply November 9, 2011

    Kate

    mmm yum now I want breakfast lol

  • Reply November 9, 2011

    penny

    Yum! A doughnut stack.

    Who had the breakfast in the third photo? Yikes! Bacon, pawpaw? Poatato gems and doughnuts? That poor tum tum! LOL

    • Reply November 9, 2011

      Seana

      Oh dear, my three boys ate the most shocking breakfasts when we were there, lots of bacon and doughnuts but at least they got a lot of fruit in too. Sigh!

  • Reply November 9, 2011

    Grace

    Aren’t Bali breakfasts the best ??! Gorgeous colours. Love the lime in the fruit salad – gorgeous and personal touch !

    • Reply November 9, 2011

      Seana

      I took the photos of the fruit and thought I’d try to replicate it when I got home… complete with lime… but haven’t of course, just chop fruit in my usual much more basic manner. One day….

  • Reply November 9, 2011

    tiff

    Yum! That all looks amazing.

  • Reply November 9, 2011

    Trish

    mmmm now I am starving for doughnuts and fruit & eggs – I must go to Bali one day.
    Happy WW.
    Thanks for your comment and linking up.

  • Reply November 9, 2011

    Laney

    I’d have to say I was a bit of a fan of the Bed and Breakfast Full English breakfasts in the UK. I was breastfeeding and always ravenous! I could never eat the black pudding though πŸ˜‰

    • Reply November 9, 2011

      Seana

      My biggest son found black pudding at a butcher’s at the local market and he loves it. Hmmm… not sure myself, I worry that I’d have an instant coronary. Have you ever tried square sausage? Or Xmas pudding fried in butter. Those low-cal Scottish faces… NOT found in Bali!

  • always a fan of fresh fruit in the morning… especially in summer with all the stone fruit πŸ™‚ yummo

    • Reply November 9, 2011

      Seana

      Me too, and we’re having lots of mango smoothies for brekkie now as they’ve suddenly arrived in volume and quite cheap. But the eggs and mushrooms were my brekkie, had fruit too. Not very pretty, but yummy and healthy.

  • Reply November 9, 2011

    Thea

    Mmmmmm MMmmmmmm
    Buffet breakfasts are one of my very favourite things!!

    • Reply November 9, 2011

      Seana

      Us too, it’s always great to see a buffet, I always know the kids will fill up well. Not so good for me though…

  • Reply November 9, 2011

    Kellie

    Ooh yum! I looooove breakfast. My favourite meal of the day! I went to Adelaide this week and had some delish poached egg, spinach and smoked salmon on thick crusty toast. Too good!

    • Reply November 9, 2011

      Seana

      The great thing about breakfast is that I’m usually hungry, and I know it’s good to eat a solid brekkie… so I can really enjoy it. Am definitely moving away from large meals in the evenings and eating more in the day when my poor old body is most active.

  • Reply November 9, 2011

    sannah

    That looks SO yummy! I love breakfast, but reading your post, I realised that the first time I fell in love with the concept of breakfast was when I went to Bali when I was 14 (about 18 years ago!). A family friend had suggested to my mum to get a package that included breakfast, and WOW! The hotel breakfast was just sensational. I remember the choices including blueberry pancakes, fried rice, miso soup, eggs any way you liked them and nearly everything you could imagine. Such a frugal thing to do, as it meant we barely needed to eat the rest of the day!

    • Reply November 9, 2011

      Seana

      Yes, we ate huge breakfasts and then nothing until mid-arvo, well the kids did have snacks. Very economical in its way. I love a big breakfast, have been trying to eat more and smaller meals recently but miss a huge brekkie… must have one soon.

  • Reply November 9, 2011

    Tamara

    Oh how delicious

  • Reply November 9, 2011

    Missy Boo

    Breakfast in Bali is one of the reasons we love Bali πŸ™‚ & weeks and counting until we’re having Bali Breakfasts πŸ™‚

    • Reply November 9, 2011

      Seana

      Take me, take me! I’d love to go again!

  • Reply November 9, 2011

    Erin

    YUM! I love a breaky buffet but I do have a tendancy to get a bit carried away, my trick is to finish with a plate of fruit so I still feel healthy πŸ™‚

  • Reply November 10, 2011

    Cathy

    see, I would have gone for all the unhealthy stuff in that selection πŸ™‚ love big buffet breakfasts on holidays!!
    p.s. has your blog had a make over? Or am I dreaming?

    • Reply November 11, 2011

      Seana

      Hi Cathy, yes I’ve made a few changes, mainly making it have three columns, so it’s all a but wider. Am always a fiddler!

  • Reply November 12, 2011

    Veronica

    Yum, yum, yum to all of it, especially the fruit. I LOVE my papaya and eat lots of it when I visit South East Asia.

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