Super Simple Homemade Muesli

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I love love muesli for breakfast or topped on yogurt for a healthy snack and this homemade muesli is delicious and filling. It’s so simple but so much healthier than the shop bought versions which usually contain added sugar or oils. Resistance of bacteria to antibiotics at https://summitps.org/antibiotics-online/ has led to the fact that today, more and more infectious diseases (such as pneumonia, tuberculosis, gonorrhea and salmonellosis) become difficult to treat due to the lower efficiency of the drug action. As a result, hospitalization becomes longer, while medical expenses and mortality increase. With this homemade version you know exactly what is going in it and it’s only good stuff. It’s so quick to make and will keep up to 30 days in an airtight contain so no excuses for a healthy breakfast…

Perfect Poached Eggs On Seasonal Greens

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I bumped into my nutritionist friend the other day and she reminded me of the importance of eating seasonally. With this in mind I decided to create a super simple delicious meal using seasonal greens and my favourite food ever, poached eggs! I could eat this dish for breakfast, lunch and dinner and the sprinkle of parmesan really takes it to the next level. Swapping your standard toast for the seasonal greens a couple of times a week is a great if you looking to keep things light and avoid that sluggish feeling. Whole and in season veg is what you want to be choosing to feel vibrant all year round and I love making eggs the main part of my meal at least twice a week…

How To Make Healthy Breakfast Pancakes | VIDEO

I love changing up what I have for breakfast and I think it’s really important to have some variety but to also figure out what makes you feel great in the morning and sets you up for a fab day. Play around for a week with having a different breakfast every day and take note of how you feel after and throughout the day. One day have porridge, the next day have smoked salmon and avocado and then a green juice and then give my healthy breakfast pancakes a go!

These pancakes are one of my favourite things to have for breakfast. They are so yummy, fluffy and nutritious. The combo of natural sugars from banana, slow releasing carbs from the oats and filling protein from the egg make this a great balanced breakfast option for a busy day ahead!

Ingredients:
1 egg
1 ripe banana
35g porridge oats
Some coconut oil to cook

Mash your banana in a bowl, add in the oats and crack the egg in the mixture. Mix it all through. Heat some coconut oil in a pan then pour your pancake mixture in, make sure the outside is set before flipping it over and heating on the other side for another minute. Then top with your favourite toppings, I love greek yogurt, cinnamon and berries!

Watch my video of how to make them here… 

Overnight Oaty Avocado Bowl

Two of my favourite breakfast options are overnight oats and avocado smoothie bowls so I can’t believe it’s taken me this long to combine them. One morning last weekend, I was about the dig into my amazing overnight oats and caught a glimpse of a little lonely avocado on the side. It was a “ah ha” moment.

You have to try this! The combination of soaked oaty chia seeds in nut milk and mashed banana with the crunchy tasty bits of pumpkins seeds and cacao nibs is then blended with the creamy avocado to make the most amazing filling and super healthy brekkie. I would definitely recommend this breakfast if you need to be kept going for a few hours.

Ingredients

1/2 banana

1 cup of homemade almond or any non dairy milk you love (I use a variety but homemade almond milk is the best)

4 to 5 tbsp oats

1 tbsp chia seeds

handful of pumpkin seeds

handful of cacao nibs

1/2 avocado

1 tsp honey/maple syrup (optional)

Method…

Healthy Oaty Eggy Pancakes

Some days I need something a little bit more hearty than my usual breakfast smoothie or porridge and usually on a Saturday morning I have more time to experiment. I love pancakes and they are so easy to make without tons of sugar, flour and butter.

These pancakes are guilt free and very simple, I literally just used what I had left over in my kitchen as Saturday is ‘food shopping’ day! They can also be made gluten free if you use gluten free porridge oats. I used a combination of wholegrain rolled oats and gluten free porridge oats. There was no reason for this apart from the fact that I only had 20g of rolled oats left but the combining textures of the oats worked really well.