Healthy Breakfast Ideas
We all want to lead a healthier lifestyle, right? But here at Do it Crowd we don’t think that needs to mean eating plain and uninspiring food. Try these tried and tested healthy breakfast ideas from the team and start your day better this week…
Greek Yoghurt Medley
A simple and delicious way to snack pre-run, throw away your boring snack yoghurt and invest in a larger pot to last you a few days:
65g of Greek Yoghurt
30g of fresh fruit chunks
Teaspoon maple syrup
Fill your bowl with a generous portion of greek yoghurt, now add a sprinkling of granola, fresh berries or chunks of apple, then finish with a drizzle of maple syrup.
Cottage Cheese Pancakes
These fluffy beauties can be topped with fresh fruit or dried fruit or just a touch of honey. Naturally gluten free they are perfect for when you have a bit more time in the morning on a weekend:
65g of cottage cheese
65g of rolled oats (no pre-cooking necessary)
Whisk together in a bowl until you have a smooth batter
Fry in a pan with a little coconut oil or butter on medium heat until lightly browned.
The Fake Fry-Up
Feeling sad because you’ve not had a naughty treat this week? Spend a bit of time and make this fake fry-up (fake because it’s not nearly as bad for you as the real deal:
2 Rashers of Turkey Bacon
30g of Baked Beans
1 slice of seeded brown bread
Poach your eggs to cook them the healthiest way possible, then fry two rashers turkey bacon in a little olive oil. Meanwhile, heat up a small portion of baked beans in a pan, and toast yourself a slice of seeded brown bread.
Eggy Avocado Toast
Avocado is a pretty BIG deal to us at Do it Crowd, rich in taste and protein this breakfast has everything your body wants at the start of the week:
2 Slices of seeded brown bread
Lightly toast your bread, then smash on and spread your avocado into a rich paste. Lightly poach two eggs and pop them on top, and sprinkle on a little black pepper.
Peanut Butter Smoothie
Perfect for those days when you are in a rush – you can pop all the ingredients in a blender and get it done fast:
1 Frozen Banana
2 Tablespoons of Peanut Butter
1 Cup Almond Milk
Few ice cubes
Throw the banana, peanut butter and almond milk in a blender and blend. When you have a smooth mixture, pop in your ice cubes to cool and make it delicious. Carry with you and drink as you please!
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