5 Easy Breakfast Recipe Hacks!

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5 Easy Breakfast Recipe Hacks!

A gourmet breakfast isn’t a realistic everyday goal. If you’re like us and always in a rush but need to eat, these 5 yummy on-the-go EASY breakfasts are for you! Most importantly these recipes are nutritious, keeping your body fuelled for longer! 

1. Boiled Eggs

There’s so much you can do with a boiled egg and they're an easy way to get your protein intake in and packed with healthy fats! You can keep these guys ready to go in the fridge and eat them on the go. Or to spice your boiled egg up, our favourite way is to sliced them on toast with avocado, salt and pepper. DELISH!

2. Greek Yogurt & Berries 

Another great on the go breakfast! You can easily prepare this the night before. Not only is it super easy to throw the yoghurt and berries in a container to-go. You can also add a scoop of protein powder of your choice and mix it in. Adding the extra protein will keep you fuller for longer. Berries are an amazing source of fibre & full of antioxidants.

3. Oats or Proats AKA (Protein Oats)

Oats are a go-to, they are SO many ways to enjoy them! In Winter we love making warm protein porridge! All you need to do is add half a cup of oats into a bowl cover oats with water or milk and microwave for 1 min 30 sec. Keep an eye on them so they don’t overflow, then mix in a scoop of protein powder and add any topping’s you would like! YUM! 

4. Smoothies

Smoothies are amazing if you’re not a huge breakfast lover but need to get something in. You can jam pack them with so much GOODNESS! Our favourite smoothie go to recipe:

  • 1 banana

  • Cup of blueberries

  • Tea spoon of peanut butter

  • Sprinkle of cinnamon

  • Almond milk or water

  • Scoop of protein powder (optional)

  • Honey

 5. 2 Ingredient Banana Protein Pancakes.

Protien pancakes can be prepared and stored for an easy on-the-go breakfast. All you need is 2 eggs, 1 whole banana and you can always add a optional scoop of protein powder.

Method:

  1. Peel and mash banana in a bowl until it resembles a paste.

  2. Crack eggs into a separate bowl and whisk (whisk or fork is fine!)

  3. Add eggs to banana and combine.

  4. Use a lightly greased pan on low heat to gently fry pancakes 

  5. Serve by themselves, or add your favourite toppings such as berries, yogurt, maple syrup ect.

ENJOY! We hope this helps to make your morning routine as smooth as possible. Easy, yummy and nutritious breakfast meals for the everyday women on the go.

Love Paris & Sammi xx

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  • I love these recipe ideas! Thank you so much, girls xx

    Laura on

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