3 Spring Breakfast Ideas That Are Filled With Superfoods

Hi beautiful people!

I hope you are doing well!

Today I have put together 5 healthy breakfast ideas that are perfect for Spring! Remember that now, more than ever it is key to look after our health, and that involves eating some nutritious food filled with goodness! Without further due, let’s jump right into it:

1- Yogurt Breakfast Bowl

To help you jump-start your morning

This idea is genuinely so effortless yet really tasty.

Ingredients:

-Plain unsweetened yogurt of your choice

-Fruits: I used raspberries & blackberries

-Seeds: I used sunflower, chia & pumpkin seeds

-Optional: Cereal (I used plain Kellogg’s) or granola

Instructions:

-In a small bowl dish one serving of yogurt.

-Top with your favourite fruits, nuts & seeds, and additional toppings as you like.

-Serve right away.

2- Banana Muffins

Your morning porridge is now a cupcake

Excuse the shape of these muffins! I didn’t have a muffin tray, so I was only able to use the cupcake cases (which are made of paper, so they are not very supportive).

You can eat these hot or cold. If you microwave them for 10 seconds or so, the chocolate inside would melt and the muffins would get super spongy!

These are really convenient to prep. You can store them in a food container in the fridge for up to 4 days.

Ingredients:

– 3 Cups of oats

-2 Eggs (optional)

-2 large bananas (the browner the sweeter)

– 1 and 1/2 Cups of nondairy milk

-2 Tablespoon of baking powder

-1/2 tablespoons of salt

-Dark chocolate chunks

-Seeds, nuts

Instructions:

-Pre heat over.

-In a food processor, blend two cups of oats until the mixture looks like regular flour.

-In a large bowl mash the banana with a fork. If you really want your muffins to be spongy you can add the two eggs.

-Once the eggs and banana are completely mixed up, gently add the oat flour, baking soda and salt.

-Lastly, add the dark chocolate chips to the mixture.

-Grease a muffin tray with coconut oil or any other oil/butter of your choice. If you do not have a muffin tray like me, you can just use the cupcake cases in a regular tray.

-Add the mixture unto the muffin tray/cupcake cases gently and do not fill to the top. I only filled 3/4 because the muffins are going to get very fluffly in the oven.

-Once the muffins are in the cases/tray, you can nuts, seeds or add extra chocolate chips on the top of the muffins.

-Bake for 20 to 40 minutes at 180 degrees. Keep checking every 10-15 minutes.

Important: If you’re adding the eggs, it may take a little longer, so make sure your muffins are 100% cooked before serving!

3- Banana Fluffy Pancakes

The ultimate healthy, easy and guilt-free recipe

Ingredients:

(1 serving – 4 small pancakes)

– 1 Cup of oats

– 1/2 Cup of nondairy Milk

-1 Mashed banana (the browner the sweeter)

– 1/2 Teaspoon of baking soda

For the toppings:

-Plain yogurt + frozen berries

-Toppings of your choice

Instructions:

-In a food processor, blend two cups of oats until the mixture looks like regular flour.

-In a bowl, mash 1 large banana with a fork

-Add a pinch of baking soda, the milk & the oat flour. If your mixture is too thick, add more milk.

-Heat a large non-stick frying pan or pancake pan over a medium heat

-Spoon the pancakes into the pan and cook for 1-2 minutes each side on low heat to medium heat.

For the toppings:

-Instead of using syrup or honey, which are filled with sugars, we will be making our own “syrup”. For this you will need plain unsweetened yogurt and frozen berries.

-Add the yoghurt and frozen berries in a food processor

-Add your favourite toppings: I used blackberries, nuts, seeds, banana, etc!

-Enjoy!

I hope you guys really enjoyed these ideas.

Until next time,

A x

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