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Breakfast on the GO

As the old saying goes ‘Breakfast is the most important meal of the day,’ it kick starts your metabolism breaking it from its overnight fast, improves energy levels, memory and concentration and provides many beneficial nutrients.

If breakfast was not part of your usual daily routine why not create a new morning routine:

• Set your alarm 15mins earlier to fit in eating breakfast at home.
• Take a Breakfast on the Go with you to eat on the way.
• If you’re able to take breakfast into work with you and enjoy it when you get there.

Here are some delicious quick breakfast ideas that you can pre-make and eat on the go:

Egg and Vegetable Muffin Cups – There are loads of different combinations you can do with these such as: Tomato, Spinach, Spring Onion or Roasted Pumpkin, Zucchini and Capsicum or Asparagus, Cottage Cheese and Caramelised Onion (cooked in Balsamic Vinegar). Mix Vegetables together with egg and cook in a lightly sprayed muffin tin for approx. 15mins until golden brown.

Eggplant Roll – Slice 150g of Eggplant lightly oil spray and grill for 3-4mins until soft. Mix 100g of Cottage Cheese with lemon zest, crushed garlic and chopped fresh basil to taste.
Spread mixture on Eggplant and roll up. Secure roll with a toothpick.

Yoghurt, mixed berries and muesli cups – Make the night before, layer 100g of Natural or Greek yoghurt with 150g of Mixed berries. Before eating sprinkle with 10g of plain toasted Muesli. Make in a plastic cup with a lid so you can take it with you.

Egg roll up – Whisk egg with a bit of milk and cook flat like a pancake. Place on top of a small wrap add a thin layer of other toppings such as spinach, mushroom, fresh basil, smoked paprika or cumin. Roll up wrap in baking paper or tin foil.

Froozies – Frozen smoothies… This is a delicious refreshing on the go breakfast. The kids will also love these! A great way to start the day especially with this heat.

Some great combinations are:
Pineapple, spinach, banana, milk and yoghurt.
Mixed Berries, Banana, tsp Chia seeds, milk and yoghurt.
Mango, pineapple, orange, kale and yoghurt.

Get creative and see what healthy options you can make. Blend all ingredients together and put into plastic cups, place a paddle pop stick in the centre and freeze.

Enjoy!

3 Comments

  1. Natalie says:

    These are great breakfast recipes. Healthy and tasty and all Cwp on plan friendly

  2. Deanne says:

    Do you have a book or pamphlets so I can keep in kitchen.

  3. Maria says:

    These are great breakfast ideas! Yumm

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