Alternative Breakfast Ideas To Mix Things Up
In order to function effectively in school, on the sports field, or in the workplace, having breakfast is the most crucial to have every morning.
Why do we all have to have ordinary eggs and pancakes cereals for breakfast? Of course, having some protein first thing in the morning is good, but what about trying out some other ideas for breakfast? Perhaps, you will like these ideas and mix things up so you don’t get bored with your average, everyday routine.
Here are some alternative breakfast ideas to mix things up every now and again.
1. Vegetable Smoothies
During hectic mornings when there is no choice but to have our breakfast on the go, smoothies are a great go-to option. Milk, banana, yoghurt, honey, tahini or peanut butter, coconut oil, and cocoa powder are among the nutritional components that get mostly chosen. Its nutritional contents can also fool kids with its fun appearance.
Here is a recipe for making a spinach smoothie:
1 cup coconut water
1 medium ripe banana
2 cups baby spinach
1 cup each frozen mango and pineapple
Put the above ingredients in a mixer or blender to produce a puree, then blend until smooth.
You may get a head start on your day by prepping your smoothie ingredients the night before and freezing them. Freeze overnight your favorite fruits and vegetables in a freezer-safe bag or container. Your pre-frozen bag may be added to your blender with liquid and any other dry ingredients in the morning and blended.
2. Homemade Mixed Muesli
“Muesli (/ˈmjuːzli/ MEWZ-lee) is a cold oatmeal dish based on rolled oats and ingredients such as grains, nuts, seeds and fresh or dried fruits. Muesli was traditionally prepared with milk or cream, a squeeze of citrus juice, often with a sweetener such as honey, and soaked overnight. Yoghurt or other milk products are now commonly added to packaged and homemade muesli recipes.”
To guarantee that you don’t consume unnecessary sugars, make your own muesli from scratch. Jumbo oats and sultanas, flaked almonds, and more can all be included in this recipe. There are also three fruity toppings to choose from, which go nicely with this nutritious meal, primarily berries.
Here’s all you need to know on how to make a homemade muesli:
Dried Fruits (raisins, cranberries, chopped dates, cherries, apricots, etc.)
Seeds (slivered/chopped almonds or any nuts and seeds)
Add all of the required ingredients, cover, and vigorously shake until well-combined in a jar. Instead, combine everything in a big dish, then transfer it to your chosen container.