What makes your morning better? Is it waking up to a new day, having your first cup of coffee, taking some time for yourself to journal or meditate, kick starting your day or is it sleeping as long as you possibly can before going to work?
Whether you are a morning person or an evening person I want to share with you a few of my top breakfast meals. I have a sweet, savoury and vegan breakfast recipe to share so whatever your eating habits consist of you should be able to find something that piques your interest.
Let’s start sweet, my personal favourite…
There is a plentiful amount of protein pancake recipes out there and I will be honest this may not be your favourite but it certainly is mine and many that I have shared it with. When baking gluten free & vegan there is a lot of experimentation with what the best way to make them may be. Buckwheat flour is my go to gluten free flour. Write that down my gluten free friends.
Macros for total recipe: 130c, 50p (70p for 2 scoops), 15f.
Per pancake IF making 8: 16c, 6p (8p), 2f.
These are macros for the pancakes without the toppings.
Depending on your macros you can decide how many servings this recipe makes whether its 2 or 4. They keep for up to 5 days in the fridge. Just pop them in the toaster if you are saving them for later. They make a great meal prepped food. For easy on the go breakfasts.
I typically top my cakes with peanut butter and jam or peanut butter and honey or maple syrup. You could do fruit or any topping of your choice. I hope you enjoy these as much as I do.
Next up… Savoury breakfast
This can be consumed any time of year not just winter HAHA. If you prepare the squash and sausages in advance this recipe is very quick. It will give you the protein kick you’re looking for to start your day. Especially if you train in the evening and you don’t need a lot of carbs in the morning this is a great option for you.
This recipe is best prepared the day of because of the eggs.
Macros: 30c, 40p, 28f
Lastly a vegan option:
This recipe is so simple and so delicious! Can be more or less calorically dense depending on your goals. If you train in the morning and are looking for a higher carb breakfast to fuel your workout this would be a good option for you. Adding bacon or an egg for a little extra protein would be a good addition. IF you are not a vegan of course!
Macros: 60c, 15p, 17f
If adding 2 eggs (1 to each bread): 60c, 29p, 31f.