If there’s one thing that has seeped its way into public consciousness over the last five years, it’s that sugar is as addictive is heroine. It’s the veritable devil, and we’re all finally getting the hang of how to watch out for the white stuff sneaking its way into our meals.
We’re also getting used to avoiding the sweet stuff for breakfast; which can be great because it means more protein and more fat, but it also leaves a sweet-breakfast-shaped-hole in our lives. Which needs filling, stat.
Here are 3 sweet breakfast ideas that are actually good for you:
An all-time fave, you just can’t beat a green smoothie protein bowl. And because you can just chuck all the ingredients in a blender and blitz away, you can easily tailor the nutritional content to suit how you’re feeling or sync with your cycle. Try this one for a healthy dose of fats, protein and greens.
Blend, top with a low-sugar granola or coconut flakes and spend the morning marvelling at how a big, sweet green liquid can keep you full ’til lunch.
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Yes yes, we know that you know. Chia seeds are a superfood that packs a big ol’ punch of energy to any recipe; they’re brimming with fibre, omega-3 fatty acids, protein, vitamins and minerals. Plus they’re the perfect base for a sweet lil brekkie.
Simply add all ingredients into an air tight container and let sit overnight in the fridge. In the morning, top with your favourite berries, a drizzle of almond butter and DEVOUR.
Warming, sweet and easy-peasy to batch cook for a grab-and-go brekkie, this baked quinoa serves up a healthy combination of complex carbs, fats and protein with minimal sugar, to keep you full up until lunch.
Boil the water then simmer the quinoa for 10-15 minutes until cooked through. Pour into an oven-safe bowl, add the remaining ingredients except the almonds and apple sauce, and bake for up to 10 minutes. Then, add your freshly blitzed-up apple sauce, almonds, a cheeky drizzle of honey and tuck in! Delicious, nutritious, and the perfect sweet treat of a morning.