Homemade breakfast recipes

Homemade breakfast recipes

From Holly, Kerry, Lauren, Rebecca, Joseph, Marika, Simone, Amelia and Kellie

 

Healthy Toasted Muesli                                                           Serves 20  approx 60g per serve      

Ingredients:

500g raw oats

150mL apple juice

2 tblsp vegetable oil

1 cup raw almonds, coarsely chopped

½ cup sunflower seeds

½ cup pumpkin seeds

¼ cup sesame seeds

½ cup coconut flakes

150g dried blueberries

Method:

  1. Preheat oven to 160 degrees.  Mix all ingredients except the blueberries in a bowl.
  2. Spread over a large baking tray and bake for 30 mins, stirring occasionally until lightly browned.
  3. Allow to cool and then mix through blueberries.
  4. Store in a dry container.

 Per serve:  918kJ, 5.9g protein, 12.0g fat (2.3g saturated), 19.8g carbs (4.8g sugars), 4.3g fibre

 

Gluten free muesli                                                 Serves 30, approx. 40g per serve

Ingredients:

500g quinoa flakes

150g goji berries

1 cup sultanas

1 cup coconut flakes

½ cup sunflower seeds

½ cup pumpkin seeds

1 cup raw almonds, coarsely chopped

3 cups of puffed gluten free grains such as buckwheat, millet, quinoa, corn, rice

Method:

  1. Mix all ingredients together.

Per serve:  719kJ, 4.9g protein, 6.7g fat (1.9g saturated), 21.4g carbs (9.7g sugars), 5.7g fibre

 

Homemade Coconut Yoghurt                          Serves 8, approx. 100g per serve

 

Ingredients:

2 cans coconut cream (full fat will give a thicker yoghurt, lite will be runny)

2 capsules probiotic (e.g. Inner Health or IBS support)

Method:

  1. Heat coconut cream to 40 degrees.  Open probiotic capsules and mix through cream.
  2. Keep mixture at approx. 40 degrees for 24 hours.  This can be achieved by placing coconut cream in heat-proof dish in oven with oven light on but no heat.  This will be approximately 40 degrees.

Per serve:  743kJ, 1.8g protein, 17.8g fat (15.7g saturated), 3.0g carbs (2.2g sugars)

Note:  This recipe is high in saturated fat and is not suitable for those with high cholesterol or a family history of heart disease.  Those with a dairy intolerance may like to use this recipe. 

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