Breakfast Recipes

Raw Blueberry & Buckwheat PorridgeI'm currently going through a buckwheat obsession phase. Over the summer this blueberry and buckwheat porridge has been one of the favourite breakfasts, it's so easy to make and tastes delicious. You only need a few minutes to whip up this breakfast. It’s really light and nourishing. You can make this up at night (by mixing all ingredients together) and leave it in the fridge if you have a busy morning the following day. Just pop it in a glass sealable container, this ensures you will have a healthy delicious breakfast to grab-and-go in the morning which will fill your body with nutrients and keep you energized.
Sweet Berry OmeletteI know you might think berry and omelette or sweet omelette don’t go in the same sentence, but trust me it’s absolutely delicious!! I challenge you to give it a try! This berry omelette is also dairy, gluten, grain and refined sugar-free. It can be whipped up in under 10 minutes which is another bonus!
Carrot Cake OatmealIf you love carrot cake then you will love this, it's creamy, crunchy, chewy and sweet!! It may sound strange at first but trust me it's absolutely DELICIOUS! It's prepared in a matter of minutes and is full of nutrients to keep you fuelled throughout the morning. By soaking the chopped dates overnight with the oats it allows the natural sugars in the dates to come out and give this meal a delicious sweet flavour. You've got to try it for yourself!
Delicious Bircher MuesliThe thing I love about bircher is that it is so quick and easy to make and tastes divine. You simply throw ingredients together into a bowl or glass jar, pop it into the fridge to soak overnight, then grab it and go in the morning. The recipe below is full of so much goodness, it'll leave you feeling energized for the day ahead. It's packed with vitamins and minerals, is easy to digest (from the soaking) and is loaded with protein, good fats, and fibre. This recipe is for one serving however you can make a big batch of it and refrigerate it for up to one week.
Blender Pancakes: Oatmeal & Banana If you haven't jumped on the healthy pancake bandwagon yet I highly recommend you get on board! This oatmeal and banana blender pancake recipe is so quick and easy and it tastes absolutely deeeeelish. It's a fantastic post-workout breakfast or everyday breakfast.
Waffles 3 WaysIf you’ve been following me on Instagram lately you’ll more than likely know that I’ve been obsessed with waffles. I recently got a waffle maker and don’t know why I didn’t get one sooner! I wanted to share with you some simple recipes that I’ve been enjoying for breakfast recently. These waffles make a yummy, quick and nutritious breakfast option (they are great for kids too)! They are all really high in fibre which is great to support bowel health and blood sugar levels.
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