Breakfast Recipes

Put your hands up if you have time to make protein pancakes, muffins or anything else that takes longer than 5 mins in the morning? Nobody? No, thats what I thought! I certainly don’t, in fact I barely have enough time to make porridge and I definitely don’t have time to start reading recipes. We all know breakfast is the most important meal of the day – it sets your good intentions for the day and gets your metabolism moving. My meal plans generally stick to quick pimped up porridge or smoothie recipes that are super quick but here are a couple of recipes that are good for the weekend.

Overnight Oats

We’re all in a rush in the mornings and if you’re like me it doesn’t make any difference what time you get up! Instead of skipping breakfast try prepping these oats the night before so they’re ready to be enjoyed in the morning. There are so many different combos so find one that you love! Think berries, peaches, peanut butter, cacao, honey, flaxseed, nuts…

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Smoothie Bowl

Smoothie Bowls (makes 2 bowls)

“Ok so this is just a smoothie in a bowl but you can add more topping to them when they’re in a bowl and the very fact you’re eating it with a spoon makes it feel like more of a meal. You can really make these look beautiful and they are PACKED with good stuff!”

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Granola

Granola

“I love granola! There’s something very satisfying about cold milk and crunch! It is on the sugary side so its not one for every moning’

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Baked Eggs with Portobello Mushrooms & Tomatoes (serves 4)

This is soooo easy even my hubby can do it!  Again, make sure you get the eggs from happy chickens!”

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Poached Eggs

Poached Eggs on Toast – Girl Got Glow Style (serves 4)

“It’s time to pimp up humble poached eggs on toast. Trust me when I say avocado and poached eggs are a match made in heaven! Try and get your eggs from a local farm/farm shop if you can because unfortunately “free range” doesn’t mean all that much when buying from a super market. Do your research – there is no shame in calling the farm shop and asking where the eggs are from and how the chickens are kept!”

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