Blend your favourite fruit with some spinach or kale, add some protein powder and liquid and you’ve got yourself an easy, nutritious breakfast on the go. Keep frozen fruit and greens on hand so you are just a minute away from a delicious smoothie. Here’s my favourite combination: Ingredients: 2 large handfuls of spinach or kale 1 cup frozen mango 1 C water ½ frozen banana 1 scoop Vega Performance Protein in Vanilla or Kaizen Natural Whey Protein in Vanilla Time saving tip: I
‘Mini egg omlettes’ cooked in large batches are very high in protein and nutrition dense. So easy to prep on the weekend so they are ready for you all week long. These freeze great too! Ingredients: 5 whole eggs 1.5 C egg whites Coconut oil for greasing pan Toppings of your choice, cut small: assorted herbs (thyme, oregano, basil), shredded zuchinni, tomatoes, scallion, ham/bacon, bell peppers, goat cheese/cheddar/parmesan, mushrooms, red chili flakes Directions: Preheat oven
Oatmeal is a cult favourite but it does take awhile to prepare, even instant oats! I like using ‘large flake’ oats or steel cut because I love the texture it has mixed with the soft fruit. Ingredients: ½ C oats 1 C milk or nut milk 1 tbsp maple syrup or a few drops of stevia (optional) Toppings of your choice: chocolate shavings, blueberries, strawberries, bananas, cinnamon, peanut butter, shredded coconut, chia seeds, hemp hearts, cocoa powder, cacao nibs. Mix all the ingred
I absolutely love this if I have a little extra time in the morning for toasting. One of my favourite recipes from Gwyneth Paltrow’s book, “It’s All Good”. Ingredients: 2 slices sprouted bread, lightly toasted ½ ripe avocado 2 tsp veganaise Sprinkle of sea salt and pepper Squeeze of lime or lemon juice Tobasco or sprinkle of crushed red chilli flakes (optional) Spread toast with veganaise. Smash some ripe avocado on top and add desired seasonings.
Chia seeds have recently become an extraordinary superfood gaining popularity amongst everyone. They are nutrient dense, containing protein, omegas, fibre and magnesium. This is an easy breakfast that can be prepared the night before and be ready to grab in the morning. Ingredients: 3 tbsp chia seeds (black or white) 1 tbsp hemp hearts (optional) 1 tbsp maple syrup or a few drops of stevia (optional) 3/4 cup of milk or non dairy milk (nut milk or coconut milk are delicious)