It’s Friday – yay! Don’t know about you guys but my weekends are precious especially now that I’m back at college.
Time is something we can’t ever get back.
I don’t like to spend loads of time cooking at the weekend, I’d rather spend time with the fam or doing stuff.
Occasionally if I’m in the mood I’ll spend a little more time cooking and I especially like baking which is not so good for my post -meno belly.
I like to eat well and eat foods that make me feel awesome (which is handy considering I’m spending 3 years studying naturopathic nutrition) so I am always on the look out for new recipes to try.
Breakfasts seem to be a tricky one for my clients to get their heads around, especially if they don’t have much time in the morning.
Vanilla almond chia breakfast – This is great as you can make it the night before and add the fruit in the morning. You could take it to work in a cute glass jar.
Green Smoothie – no list would be complete without a green smoothie! This one is super simple and I love deliciously Ella’s recipes
Sweet potato brownies – for breakfast, maybe not everyday but why not? I found this whilst i was researching (drooling) on DE website. I’m so going to make these for my classmates when i’m next in school
Huevos Rancheros with Guacamole – If you have more time how about this one? I love eggs…. full of protein and yummy fats and keeps you full for a.g.e.s.
Paleo Bread – I have to confess I am a toast-a-holic. My last meal will be toast with butter and jam!!
This is a better alternative to regular, processed wheat loaded bread which may give you a bloated belly and play havoc with you blood sugar levels
So there were a few recipes to try, there are so many options to try. If your breakfast is boring, processed cereal, which really won’t give your body the nutrients it craves, then give these a go.
Your body will thank you.
That’s me for today as I have two hungry teenagers that need feeding!!
Wishing you a wonderful weekend