When it comes to enjoying breakfast and beginning our day properly, most of us know we function better when we have eaten well. Unfortunately, ever so often, our schedule only allows us to enjoy eggs Benedict and perfectly toasted Ciabatta bread on weekends or holiday. Most weekdays have us on
Often, when we think of oats or porridge, what comes to mind is bland, tasteless goo. Trust us, this is not what you’ll find here! This oats porridge is delicious topped with 1 tablespoon of the following: sunflower seeds, pumpkin seeds, flaked almonds, peanut butter, almond butter, plus fresh blueberries,
We love this yummy overnight oats recipe, because it’s perfect for those mornings when you are constantly on the go and have no time to make and sit down for a lengthy breakfast – best of all, you need just a few minutes the previous night to prepare it. Store
This pumpkin recipe contains lots of healthy fibre and good carbohydrates for low GI energy, along with various flavorful spices for sweet and savory taste. It makes a great side dish to a big family meal! Ingredients for the pumpkin: 800g pumpkin, peeled and diced into small cubes 2 tbsp
This breakfast shakshuka will be a revelation. It’s easy to prepare, delicious, filling and free from carbohydrates. It is also gluten, grain and diary-free. (Serves 2). To add more protein, simply chop up any meat that might be leftover from the previous evening’s braai and add it to the tomato mix.
“The pancakes are easy enough to make, provided that you have all of your bits and pieces ready and waiting,” says Paul. Jessica Pieterse, registered dietician at Nutritional Solutions, notes, “Lutein is a phytonutrient that is found in spinach. Certain studies have shown that it lowers the risk of cancers
While muesli is generally thought of as a healthy breakfast meal, the truth is that the majority of mueslis you can buy in stores are filled with unnecessary added sugar and saturated fats, both of which is best to avoid. Click here to find out how different sugar types affect
These tasty (and surprisingly healthy) recipes are extracted from Best of Eating for Sustained Energy by Gabi Steenkamp and Liesbet Delport, published by Tafelberg. Riana’s energy breakfast trifle Serves 4 250ml muesli, lower-fat, low-GI 250ml low-fat yoghurt, vanilla-flavoured or plain 400g fruit, such as pawpaw, apple, mango, berries, guava, peeled
Banana bread is an all-time favourite and a great way to use up ripe bananas, which can be frozen until you are ready to bake. This version is baked individually as muffins and spiked with peanut butter.