A healthy breakfast option for adults is a smoothie. No, not from a store or a cafe, but homemade. Why? You will cut on unnecessary sugars and add foods high in energy, which will help you to last until lunch. Obviously, no one has time in the morning to peel fresh fruit, so consider my prep tricks.
1. I buy 4-5 pounds (2 kg) of fresh strawberries at a farmer’s marker on Friday. I wash all berries, clean the leaves, and divide between 5 plates. First plate we eat same evening fresh 🙂 Second plate I leave in the fridge for breakfast. The remaining plates of berries I freeze. Depending on how much berries you buy and how many people are going to have a smoothie – you will have to divide berries into your portion sizes.
2. First thing in the morning – take 1 plate of berries out of the freezer, leave it to thaw for 10-15 before blending it.
3. Add flax seeds. Find your portion. Mine is a modest teaspoon.
4. Add bananas. I use 2-3 for 2 people. Bananas make smoothie sweeter.
5. Add oats. I use about a cup for 2 people. Oats will give you energy. Do not use any Kellogg’s sugary invention, but just grain. If a smoothie gets too thick, add water.
6. For variations try adding other types of berries.