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At the sight of a colorful smoothie bowl, you can only start the day in a good mood. This fruity recipe with summer fruit, natural yoghurt and crispy toppings ensures a large portion of vitamins in the morning. And if it needs to go a bit faster in the morning, the base smoothie from natural yoghurt, bananas, apples, oranges and raspberries can be wonderfully prepared in the evening. Ingredients for 4 servings: 2 bananas 2 apples 2 oranges 500 g raspberries 50 g blueberries 15 g ginger 500 g natural yoghurt 4 tbsp almonds 4 tbsp poppy seeds 4 tbsp pumpkin seeds 200 g granola Preparation: 1. Peel the bananas and cut them into pieces. 2. Wash the apples, remove the core and cut them into pieces. Set aside a few pieces for the topping. 3. Peel the oranges and cut them small. 4. Wash the raspberries and blueberries and pat them dry. Put some raspberries and blueberries aside for topping. 5. Scrape the skin off the ginger with a spoon. Then chop the ginger. 6. Place the bananas, apples, oranges and raspberries in a blender together with the yoghurt and ginger and puree to a cream
Breakfast Bowls are a perfect way to start your day. Not only are they visually appealing, but they are a convenient way to get multiple sources of vitamins and minerals in one delicious meal. Read on to see how the combination of fruits, vegetables, grains, nuts and seeds can be a tasty way to add an energy boost to your morning, and how easy they are to prepare. Breakfast Bowls - Packed with Go
Poached eggs are an indispensable part of the breakfast tradition. It is surprisingly easy to prepare perfectly poached eggs with creamy yolks and firm whites. Serve poached eggs with the delicious recipe, featuring steamed spinach, spring onions, a
Everyone has their favorite way of preparing, and eating eggs. They can deliver nutrition, flavor and excitement when prepared properly. We’ve gathered essential information for choosing and preparing eggs, so that you can enjoy the maximum flavor, without any fuss. One Egg, Many Possibilities Scrambled, in omelets, poached, hard-or-soft-boiled, or fried, the breakfast is not boring when eggs
Weekends are made for slowing down and enjoying a hearty breakfast. Make a delicious change from pancakes or waffles, and add French toast to your weekend breakfast menu. Classically served with maple syrup with a side of bacon, try topping yours with seasonal fruit, and you’re good to get the day started. Enjoy this easy-to-make recipe. Ingredients for four servings: 3.5 oz raspberries3.5 oz blueberries1.75 oz mascarpone1/2 cup plain yogurt1 Tbsp freshly-squeezed lemon juice3 eggs3/4 cup milk8 slices of toast or briochepinch of saltpinch of sugarpinch of cinnamonbutter Preparation: 1. Wash raspberries and blueberries, pat dry and set aside. 2. Mix mascarpone with yogurt and lemon juice. 3. In a separate bowl, beat eggs, add milk, salt, sugar and cinnamon and stir until combined. 4. Heat pan on the stove at medium heat, add butter and melt. 5. While pan is heating, dip the slices of bread, one at a time, into the mixture, ensuring the bread is soaked. 6. Fry the coated bread i