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My 5 breakfast ideas

Hello everyone, today I’ll be showing you my 5 favourite sweet breakfast ideas which are delicious, healthy and vegan. All of these 5 recipes are sweetend with dates or maple syrup. I made sure they’re very easy and quick to make! I’m sure nobody likes to cook all morning 😉

 1. Yoghurt bowl

What I really like about this yoghurt is that it’s a nice, light breakfast that I mostly eat after I worked out a bit. You can put any fruits or toppings into the yoghurt. For a more filling version you could simply add some nuts and oats!

Ingredients

  • 250g vegan yoghurt
  • 1 ripe banana
  • 1 tbsp sweetener
    (e.g. maple syrup, dates..)

  • 20g berries
  • some chia seeds, oats, nuts..
  • (opt.) some vanilla

You can use any kind of dairy free yoghurt, I usually eat soy youghurt but there a lot of options like coconut, almond, oat.. 🙂

Extra tip:
I like to crush some walnuts in a little paper bag with a hammer or large spoon. I mostly use raspberries for the youghurt. Very delicious!

2. My fav oatmeal

This recipe is so simple and still very delicious. The combination of warm apples, bananas and cinnamon is perfect for the colder fall and winter days. It’s filling and also full of nutrients such as vitamins, fiber and minerals.

Ingredients

  • 45g (ground) oats
  • 1/2 tsp cinnamon
  • 110ml plant milk or water
  • 1 tbsp sweetener (e.g. maple syrup, dates..)
  • 70g fruits of choice

You can use any fruits you like, I definetely recommend banana and apples. Sometimes I also add some blueberries as well.

Extra tip:
For soft apple slices I always cook the apples with some date syrup in a pot first. After that I’m adding the oats and the banana.

3. Smoothie bowl

This recipe is my favourite breakfast in summer. I usually just throw any frozen fruits with some banana into a blender to create a smoothie bowl. It’s a lot better than just a smoothie. With some crunchy toppings and some more fruits it’s very delicious and full of vitamins as well!

Ingredients

  • 1 frozen banana
  • 300g frozen fruits (e.g. berries, mango etc)
  • 120ml plant milk or water
  • a few toppings of choice

You can use any kind of fruits in your smoothie, I usually use Mango, raspberries or strawberries. <3

Extra tip:
For the topping I mostly add another small banana, some chia seeds, oats, and coconut flakes.

4. Banana Pancakes/Muffins

This one’s perfect for those who prefer a bigger meal. You can cook this 3-ingredient recipe as pancakes, muffins or even waffles. It doesn’t contain any oil or flour. They’re done in 5 minutes and taste absolutely amazing with some nut butter!

Ingredients

  • 1 banana
  • 1 tsp cinnamon
  • 250g ground oats
  • 250ml plant milk
  • (opt.) some vanilla

You can bake them perfectly fine in a non-sticking pan.

Extra tip:
You can store them in the fridge and still eat them cold afterwards. Or pre-heat them in the oven.

5. Millet

Similar to the eporridge you could also just cook some millet that is full of nutrients! I mostly cook some apples with cinnamon in it but could also eat it with some cinnamon+sugar 🙂 It’s a nice alternative to porridge. You can even store it over a few days in the fridge!

Ingredients

  • 100g millet
  • 200g water
  • 1-2 apples/bananas
  • 2 tsp cinnamon
  • 2 tbsp maple syrup
  • 1 tsp (coconut) oil

Likely to the porridge, you can use any fruits you like, I definetely recommend banana and apples. Sometimes I also add some blueberries as well.

Extra tip:
For soft apple slices I always cook the apples with some date syrup in a pot first. After that I’m adding the oats and the banana.

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