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5 Bangin' Breakfasts

Sick of the same old breakfast that you have day in and day out? Looking for some great options to help motivate you through the start of the day?

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These are my GO-TO breakfasts, some perfect for post workout, perfect to start your day, or some to have any time of day.

1. Overnight or HOT oats, with berries, seed sprinkle and protein powder*

Perfect after your morning workout, hit your muscles with carbohydrates and proteins for optimal recovery.

What you need:

40g oats,

80g mixed berries,

125ml almond milk (unsweetened),

½ scoop protein powder (*optional)

Hot Oats

Overnight Oats:

In a container, place dry ingredients and a sprinkle of cinnamon. (I also like to add 10g of cereal to the mix, for a little texture and more flavour).

Add almond milk, top with seed sprinkle, berries and last – protein powder.

Chill in the fridge overnight.

In the morning, add a little cold water to help mix the protein powder, mix well and eat.

Hot Oats:

40g oats with cinnamon in a big bowl, add almond milk and water, enough to just cover the oats. Microwave for 2 minutes on high.

Remove and stir in protein powder, then add berries and seed mix ontop.

2. Take-away eggs

Perfect for when you don’t have a lot of time in the mornings (one of those "I don't have time to eat breakfast meals"), or haven’t trained in the morning.

What you need:

1 container,

2 eggs (in shells),

20g fetta,

Handful of spinach,

Handful of diced capsicum and onion,

Optional - 1 chicken sausage or 40g cooked chicken breast.

In your container, place all veg, put eggs on top last and keep your fetta in a large slice.

Take container to work, remove the eggs and fetta first. Then, crack eggs into container (keep fetta to the side), cover and microwave for 90seconds. Take out and crumble fetta ontop, if you prefer your egg yolk hard, then put back in microwave for 10-20seconds.

3. Protein Crepe

Another great breakfast for when you haven’t trained in the morning, focussing on proteins and fats to continue that fat burn. Available in my e-book.

What you need:

1 egg

1 egg white

1 scoop protein

50g mixed berries

In a bowl, whisk together eggs and protein powder. Continue to mix well. On a hot non-stick pan, pour mixture onto pan and cook like a crepe. Add mixed berries evenly around the crepe before it’s cooked. Then serve with Greek Yogurt, more berries, or whatever your heart desires.

4. Omelette/Breakfast Pizza

Fail proof omelette – ensure your pan is lightly oiled AND hot.

What you need:

2 eggs

Veggies - Capsicum, onion, spinach, asparagus, mushrooms (whatever your heart likes)

Chilli, salt and pepper.

Whisk 2 eggs. Sautee your veggies first, then remove from pan.

Spray pan again, before adding eggs, then evenly spread out veggie mix. Turn down the heat and wait 2-3 minutes, until egg mixture begins to cook like a pancake – then flip in half.

Perfect omelette every time!

Or - if you don't want to fold, turn your omelette into a breakfast pizza (Pictured above - available in e-recipe book)

5. 3 Ingredient pancakes

This is a breakfast or dessert or anytime of the day favourite, because you can make it work completely to your needs. Need more carbs? Add more oats. Need less carbs? Remove the oats or use a smaller banana.

What you need:

1 egg

1 banana (80-100g)

30g oats

Cinnamon and berries to decorate.

In a blender, place banana in smaller pieces, oats, cinnamon, (1/2 tsp baking powder if you have it) and blend for 30-45seconds.

Pour into a non-stick pan for fluffy and delicious, guilt free pancakes. Top with berries, or put dark chocolate chips in each pancake as they cook.

Get creative!

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