Rise and shine! Breakfast is arguably the most important meal of the day. If you're bored of your usual cereal or plain oatmeal, it's time to consider the variety of healthy breakfasts out there that are super healthy and simple to make.
Swap your packaged boxed oatmeal with added sugars to rolled oats and coconut milk, and switch up your white pancake flour and syrup for buckwheat flour and fresh fruits. And if you're a fan of eggs, you should be happy to know they are high in protein and vitamins like A, D and B12.
So whether you only have time for a five minute smoothie or have the luxury of a long muffin baking session, make sure breakfast is priority. Studies have shown people who don't skip breakfast are leaner, healthier and have more energy throughout the day.
And in case you missed it, last week we packed Mediterranean recipes.
Here's what you need to buy this week, while the other necessary ingredients (like pepper, salt and oils) are likely already in your kitchen.
- Rolled oats
- Peanut butter
- Chocolate chips
- Bell peppers
- Coconut milk
- Greek yogurt
- Apple sauce
- Buckwheat flour
- Almond milk
Monday: Peanut Butter Breakfast Pudding
Made with rolled oats, bananas and peanut butter, this easy pudding recipe will kick start your morning routine. Get the full recipe from chocolate covered Katie here.
Tuesday: Thai Style Omelette
We know, this doesn't even look like an omelette! This healthy take on the classic egg recipe is made with avocados, tomatoes and zucchini. Get the full recipe from Healthnut Nutrition here.
Wednesday: Healthy Breakfast Smoothie
Smoothies are a quick and easy way to get your nutrient fix on those early mornings. This green monster smoothie recipe includes spinach and coconut milk. Get the full recipe from Divas can Cook here.
Thursday: Vegan Buckwheat Pancakes
This vegan take on pancakes is not only healthier, but it lets you play with fun toppings like coconut whipped cream and coconut butter. Get the full recipe from Katy's Kitchen here.
Friday: Harvest Carrot and Zucchini Muffins
Yes, you can make muffins with vegetables. And no, you won't really be left with a "vegetable taste." Get the full recipe from Baking Bites here.
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