Try out these quick recipes for days when you could do with a few extra minutes in bed.
If you’ve spent a little longer than usual in bed but still want to grab a healthy a fulfilling breakfast, then smoothies are the answer.
Yoghurt smoothies tend to be thicker and by using Greek yoghurt, you can make sure that they’re packed with protein, meaning you stay full for longer.
Just take some frozen fruit (bananas and berries work the best), yoghurt and a milk of your choice, before blending everything up! Pour into a glass to serve and if you’re rushing, using a portable cup can make for a perfect snack on the way to work.
Chocolate and Peanut Butter Overnight Oats
Perfect for the people who love a lie in! Overnight oats are simply a blend of oats, liquid (either milk or yoghurt), salt and a sweetener. Simply mix up the ingredients in a jar before bed and leave them to soak overnight. The oats will have absorbed the liquid, making for a soft and creamy breakfast!
Try adding some chocolate chips/coco powder and a tea spoon of peanut butter for a delicious, protein packed twist.
Simple, healthy and effective. Banana pancakes can be made in minutes and are packed with protein, potassium and lots of calcium for the day ahead. Just take two bananas, one egg, a splash of milk and a sweetener of your choice, before blending it all up and frying spoonfuls of the mixture into pancakes! Add your topping of choice, whether that’s banana, peanut butter or honey and granola, and your breakfast is served.
Avocado and Eggs on Toast
Probably the most iconic image of Instagram, you can’t go wrong with poached eggs and smashed avocado on toast. It’s part of social media’s heritage and it’s here to stay. Just take one avocado and smash it up with a squeeze of lemon juice and a pinch of salt before spreading it onto a toasted bread of your choice. For the perfect poached eggs, break them into cups first, before gently popping them in simmering water for three minutes! Don’t forget to boomerang it for social media!All posts