Oats are a warming and nourishing start to the day, but this recipe comes with added seeds for extra protein, calcium, fibre and omega oils. By making them overnight, the oats and seeds start to break down making them easier to digest.
Baking with zucchini really is the perfect way to get fresh green veggies into your diet while still enjoying your favourite foods.
Start your day with this scrambled tofu for extra protein, are great alternative to scrambled eggs with the bonus of anti inflammatory turmeric
Eggs for breakfast doesn’t have to be a big cook up, put these eggs on to boil whilst you jump into the shower, pack them all into a container and you’re out the door in the morning
The taste of Summer – coconut, mango and pineapple this smoothie combines whole fruit for fibre to keep you feeling full. Plus kale to alkalise blood
High in beneficial fats, this little pudding can offer more than just a bit of sweetness. A nutritious breakfast, high protein snack or a kid friendly pudding for dessert
Nothing beats the versatility of a frittata. Use up whatever vegetables you like and combine them with eggs for a boost in vitamin D
It can be difficult to get enough fresh vegetables in your diet but with this green smoothie you can start your day with 3.5-6 grams* of fibre to feed your colon bacteria. To make your morning easier, pop all the ingredients into the blender jar the night before and store in fridge for breakfast the next day so you just have to blend it in the morning
*depending on fruit and vegetable choice
Are you tired of breakfast cereals full of sugar and refined carbohydrates? Start your morning with this nut and seed granola for energy lifting proteins and beneficial oils to help keep a regular blood sugar level
A great substitute for hash browns and can replace toast spread some cottage cheese on top or mashed avocado to increase the fat content and keep you full for longer