For those mornings when you just want an extra 10 minutes to sleep in, breakfast = sorted.
This is more of a loaf/cake, and it’s completely delicious. It has no added refined sugars – just dates and bananas are used to sweeten this very generous sized loaf. Slice it up, bag it, and take it with you for breakfast on the go. There’s a gluten-free version of this recipe too. This recipe is from our new ebook ‘Low Sugar Wholefood Nourishment’. Get your FREE copy here.
While all overnight oats are great, this citrus infused one is pretty up there. It takes about 10 minutes to put together, and the magic will happen overnight – creamy oats to grab the next morning! We love oats for their slow release sugars that might even just keep you going until lunch!
The ultimate grab and go option – chia pudding. With a make time of 10 minutes, these puddings are chilled within a couple of hours for a nourishing and substantial low sugar sweet fix. Start your day with good fats and antioxidants.
Start your mornings with an antioxidant boost! This berry smoothie contains our Ceres Organics Antioxidant Boost, a nutrient loaded, raw organic wholefood blend – making it easier to get the goodness your body needs in concentrated doses. This smoothie contains a massive 3500mg of Omega 3 essential fatty acids per serve, plus free radical fighting antioxidants for optimal wellness.
Lemon and coconut nectar infused pears are topped off with a mix of quinoa flakes, almond meal and spices, creating a gluten-free version of a crumble that is the new porridge alternative. Divide this recipe into small jars and leave for single on the go serves. You’ll find this recipe in our new low sugar ebook, get your FREE copy here.
If you’re not into sweet stuff for breakfast, these rice breakfast bowls with turmeric chickpeas could be for you. They’re easy to whip up, and use two gluten-free staples that you probably already have in your pantry, rice and chickpeas! Split up the servings for a few weekday breakfasts on the go.
Love porridge, but not gluten? Quinoa is a great oat alternative, and once cooked up, can keep in the fridge for a few days. Using a plant-based milk in place of water creates a creamy porridge that is full of protein and fibre. Combine in a jar with your favourite fruits, wholefood powder blends and a bit of maple syrup. Breakfast done!
These portable healthy snacks can be made in minutes, keeping you going until your next meal. They are made from nutrient dense ingredients, full of good fats to keep your sugar cravings under control. Make some to stash in your bag or desk draw for those days when you end up skipping breakfast. Get this recipe from our FREE low sugar ebook here.