Wednesday, 17 May 2017

Easy Healthy Breakfasts with Recipes

Being a uni student and just an all round useless person when it comes to eating proper meals and eating breakfast I have decided to share with you some of my favourite breakfasts, that often I meal prep and the beginning of the week and enjoy throughout the week so I don't have to worryaboutt missing a meal.


Egg "muffins"



I am not really a fan o solid food in the mornings however if i am working night shift I like to have something to eat before I go to uni (or bed).

Serves 6

Ingredients:
6 Eggs
Mixed Veggies
Paprika

1. Preheat oven to 180C Bake. Whisk the eggs until they are smooth.
2. Pour the whisked egg into a muffin tray.
3. Add as many mixed veggies as you desire to the muffin tins and sprinkle with a little paprika.
4. Bake for 15mins or until egg is cooked through.
5. Enjoy.

NB: If you are meat eater you can add bacon, I put this around the outside of the muffin tin and pour the egg and veggies in the centre.


Smoothie



I love this one for mornings I want something a little more substantial you can also do the same thing as the instruction or you can chuck all the ingredients in a pot on the stove and make a delicious porridge and maybe pop some honey on top as well.

1 cup Almond Milk (or whatever milk you want, I prefer to use a non-dairy milk)
1/2 Cup Oats
150gms Mixed berries

1. leave the oats in the milk overnight to soak. (This isn't necessary however it means the oats are a little finer and creamier)
2. Chuck everything in a blender or Nutri-bullet or whatever you want in order to blend it all together to create a delicious drink.

NB: for a slight variation you can add coconut to the top or instead of turning this into a drink turn it into a porridge with all the same ingredients in a pot on the stove. If i do this I add about 1/4 Cup of shredded coconut to add a little more flavour.



Green "Juice"

I have juice on quotation marks because well I just shove everything in a blender and it could also be called a smoothie but whatever.

Serving: At least 2

1 Cup Spinach
1 Cup Kale
2 Bananas
1 Cup Pineapple (or you can substitute this with pineapple juice although I find it is too sweet)
2 tsp Chia Seeds
4 tsp Spirulina powder
2 tsp Cinnamon
Water or coconut water

1. Chuck everything in a blender
2. blend.
3. Enjoy

NB: Sometimes it can be a little chunky depending on how many bananas you use and how much water etc so often I put everything in like above, then when I pour it into my glass I fill the glass half way and add water the rest of the way.

What are your easy go to breakfasts? Have you tried any of these?
Let Me Know In The Comments Below.

Please note due to exam season and various other projects I am currently doing I will only be doing one blog post per week until July, then it will be back to the regular three times per week.
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16 comments

  1. This looks lovely. I need to try this. Great pictures. What a great little breakfast.

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    1. I love all three of these recipes equally. Let me know if you try them!
      Paige X

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  2. This looks so yummy and delicious!!!! :)

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  3. I love fruit for breakfast, and smoothies are great choice. Will try your recipe xo

    www.theninebyivana.blogspot.com

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    1. I love fruit for breakfast as well, during summer I went through a phase of having a variety of melons, pineapple, and berries which is amazing!
      Paige X

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  4. I've seen these "egg muffins" in a cook book somewhere before and wondered about them - now I am sure they are delicious. Cheers for a great recipe!
    Katja xxx
    www.katnapped.com

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    1. They're amazing, I had a whole lot of eggs and leftover veggies and didn't want to waste anything so whipped them up. Quick and delicious.
      Paige X

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  5. Oh that smoothie looks delicious! I should try that over the weekend :-) I've done those egg bacon muffins before & my hubby said they're super tasty :)

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  6. They look yummy, thanks for sharing

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  7. I always enjoy a good breakfast. The recipes look fantastic, i might try the egg muffins for the weekend. Your photos are so beautiful! Well done!

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  8. I've always been guilty of skipping breakfast, but these are some recipes that must just change this!! They look so easy AND delicious, I can't wait to try them x

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    1. I hope they do! Let me know how it goes.
      Paige X

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