Three Quick and Healthy Breakfasts

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Breakfast has never been my favorite meal. Quite often I would skip it and enjoy my coffee. But, a lot has changed in the last few years, and my opinion on breakfast being one of them. I found a way how to love it and how to make something I really love while being healthy and quick. In today’s post, I will share with you 3 very simple breakfast recipes that are both healty and tasty.

Oatmeal

I have to admit that I only tried oatmeal about 5 years ago. We’re not really used to eating those kind of meals for breakfast. When I first tried it, it was pretty bland for my taste. With time I experimented with various types of cooking and preparing it and I found the one I really like. I don’t even need to tell you how healthy oats are. It contains plenty of fiber, it is rich in vitamins, minerals and antioxidants. This is a great breakfast for both you, and your kids (if you have them).

How to make it:

Put half a cup of oats and put them in a pot with a cup of oat milk. Add a teaspoon of honey or agava syrup and a pinch of salt. Let it slowly cook until it becomes a porridge. If your oatmilk boils up, add more to achieve a porridge texture. Make sure to stir it slowly the whole time. When the porridge is done, sprinkle some cinnamon on it and serve with fruits.

Avocado on toast

This is definitely my favorite breakfast! I looove avocado. Not only is it very nutritional and rich in aminoacids, vitamins, protein and minerals, it a great substitute for meat. Since I don’t eat meat, avocado is a perfect addition for my diet. I like it best when it’s on toast, so that is the most often way that I eat it.

How to make it:

Put a slice of your favorite bread in a toaster. While it bakes, mash the avocado in a bowl, add a pinch of salt, sprinkle of lemon juice and pepper. When the bread is toasted , spread your mashed avocado on it and add a couple of tomato slices and crushed feta cheese.

Smoothie

When it’s scorching hot outside, smoothie really helps, especially when you add ice cubes or frozen fruit. I have to admit that I love all fruit combinations, but for the last few months i prefer a combination that reminds me of pina colada. Mmm, sounds great, right?

How to make it:

Put one banana, half a mango and couple of pineapple cubes in a blender. Add a teaspoon of chia seeds, a cup of oat milk and a half teaspoon of powdered ginger. Blend it and serve in a tall glass with a few ice cubes.

2 Responses
  • Anna
    July 30, 2021

    Love this!

    Anna

    • Tia Teilli
      September 30, 2021

      thank you 🙂