I LOVE a good baked breakfast loaf and I’ve tried to make this one as healthy as possible by boosting the protein and fibre and by lowering the sugar in it. It’s a quick and easy breakfast on the go if you’re running late or the perfect pre-workout snack! If you don’t eat it all within a few days, consider freezing individual slices and defrosting them then microwaving them for 20-30 seconds before eating (I recommend it warm served with extra vanilla YoPRO!)
This is my go-to easy, nourishing breakfast recipe. I make it for 2-3 days then leave it in the fridge overnight/ for a few days. You don’t need to cook the oats, just eat them cold in the morning. As the oats soak for an extended period of time, they are soft enough to eat uncooked in the morning. You can easily play with different flavour combinations such as chocolate protein and banana instead of the berries. Sometimes I grate a carrot in too and add some nutmeg and it tastes like carrot cake oats! The base I always use for my overnight oats is the oats, milk, chia and protein powder. The oats are wonderful carbs for energy and also a good source of soluble fibre, I try to keep the chia seeds in for healthy fats and fibre and the protein power provides additional protein to help support my muscle mass and keeps me feeling fuller for longer.
You guys will love these HEALTHY CHOCOLATE PROTEIN PANCAKES! You can thank me later!!
Getting enough protein at breakfast is important. It keeps you full throughout the day and helps manage blood sugar levels/ cravings too. Many people eat a breakfast which is far too high in carbohydrates and not high enough in protein. These healthy chocolate protein pancakes are not only high in protein, they are also great to satisfy any cravings you may have on the weekend but in a healthy way!
Yes you heard me right! I’ve got a healthy muffin recipe for you! These Healthy Breakfast Blender Banana Muffins are the BEST!! You can eat them as a snack, as a breaky option but also as an after dinner treat if you have a sweet tooth! The amount of protein, fibre and healthy fats in these muffins make them the best healthy banana muffins around and will keep your blood sugar levels stable too!
I’ve had lots of messages from my wonderful tribe asking me for lunch box friendly, savoury muffins so here is one of my favourite recipes with some sneaky veggies added in!
This is literally my favourite ever healthy muesli bar recipe. Only 5 ingredients and vegan friendly too! I love that you get to use up all the over ripe bananas in your freezer too! They’re packed full of fibre, protein and healthy fats to keep you full and nourished until you eat your next meal.
You guys are always asking me about gut healthy recipes so I wanted to share one of my favourite ones with you today! It combines delicious kombucha, high fibre chia seeds and juicy sultanas from Kellogg’s Sultana Bran. Firstly, let’s quickly touch on why fibre is SO important for good gut health.
My famous overnight oats are a quick and easy breakfast option that can save you some precious minutes in the morning. Just spend 5 minutes prepping the night before and you’ll never need to skip breakfast!
Hands up who loves carrot cake! How about high protein baked vegan carrot cake oats! They are honestly one of my favourite breaky options lately as they’re DELICIOUS & packed full of fibre, protein, low GI carbs & healthy fats to keep me full all morning long!
I found this amazing jar of red velvet latte powder at my local The Source Bulk Foods and knew I had to create something delicious with it (besides the usual red velvet cupcakes). The powder contains beetroot powder, turmeric, cardamom, ginger, vanilla and cayenne pepper. It’s wonderful served either cold or warm as a velvet latte or used in baking too.