Breakfast is my favourite meal of the day because you are allowed to have as much coffee as you want without any judgements! Also because it is the most fun meals for me… The rest of the day, if I didn’t have to eat for nutrition and energy purposes I probably wouldn’t eat. And because, I am also one of those people that if my food doesn't look good, I won't eat it and sometimes during the day you just have to eat something wether it looks good or not. --> I hate it!! --> which means I have to prep every meal properly before eating it, and while this is a bother for others, it is simply an art but also a pleasure for me. I am after all a food-enthusiast!
In these photos are some Breakfast Tips, some are healthy, some are less healthy, some of them are compeletely vegan.. As you probably have noticed I try to consume my fruit or berries in the morning because they give me energy in the morning and I will be certain I can burn them during the day. Let me know what you think!
Granola Omelett - Healthy Recipe
I know it looks like a pie with sliced up bananas on top but it is not! It is however delicious, Vegetarian and Milk free. It is also a Personal Trainer and lic Nutritionist --> Recommended Breakfast!
1/2 dl of Granola (if you choose flavoured granola, choose no added sugar)
1 teaspoon of chia seeds
1/2 dl of Unsweetened Coconut milk
Begin by putting a bit of oil and heating it up the in a frying pan, in the mean time soak the granola and the chia seeds in the coconut milk (let them soak for about 5min). Then take out the eggs and drop them in a bowl where you stir them really good, minimum of two minutes stirring. When you have let the granola soak for a min or two more you can pour them over the eggs and mix them all together. Put the omelette mix in the frying pan and turn down the heat to half level (for example 6 is full level for my stove so I turn it down to 3) and keep stirring back and forth until the mix comes together and forms larger small omelette pieces. Be careful not let all the granola gather in just one piece, try separating them fairly between the pieces.
I put all the finished pieces in a small bowl (as you see in the photo above) and slice up some bananas on top, sprinkle some granola and DONE. It is actually quite sweet! One of my favourite healthy breakfasts for sure!