Super-easy to make & loaded with nutrients and antioxidants. it helps overcome that dreaded morning slump & it keeps me going all day.
This recipe reminds me of the breakfast street food I enjoyed every morning when I was teaching English across Indonesia. You can make a savoury version too with shallots, garlic, chilli and toasted shredded coconut. The sweet version also tastes sensational with in-season mango, chopped mint and toasted coconut.
This smoothie was an accidental creation of mine that I now have for breakfast regularly. Swapping the natural sweetness of the traditional frozen banana with frozen apple purée and a dash of cinnamon gives this smoothie the familiar flavour of apple pie, while also packing a whopping protein punch. This smoothie will keep you full and energised for hours.
These waffles are full of healthy wholemeal goodness and they are refined sugar-free. To further increase your protein intake, add a scoop or two of your favourite protein powder to the mix. Rolled oats can be used in the recipe, but if they aren’t blitzed in a blender, the mixture can be quite thick. If using whole rolled oats, reduce the cooking time of the waffles a little to prevent them from burning.
This is a one-pan, colourful, hearty breakfast that can be customised to suit whatever is in your fridge. You can swap out spinach or rocket for the kale, and red capsicum for the tomatoes.
Do you want an entire working week of breakfasts made in just a few minutes? Do you want those breakfasts to be packed with antioxidants, fibre and protein? Do you want that breakfast to taste like a delicious treat? OK then. Grab a mixing bowl and a blender and let’s make a batch of protein oats!
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