Kick-Start Your Mornings With a Delicious Plate

Skipping breakfast is a huge NO. However, I was one of those people whose first proper meal was lunch and I couldn't be more ashamed than I already am but being 23 and considering myself an adult it was finally time to take care of my well-being. So welcome the new me who prepares breakfast the day before and wakes up earlier to actually finish it and eat it.

My love for chia pudding can't be described by words it's absolutely amazing and it's really easy to make. When I first started eating chia pudding I often ate it without any topping, I mixed it with dairy and some kind of sweetener. Now I could not imagine it without fruits or some seeds.

Why I'm so fond of a nice breakfast?!
Because I realised a nicely arranged food can really brighten your mood. Since breakfast is the first meal of your whole day I think it can make your mood like ten times better. I also feel more energized since I am eating more healthily and of course not skipping breakfast. 

I'll show three of my favourite breakfast. The first one is salty but the next two will be treats for sweet tooths but a healthier version than candy for example.
Oat pancakes with tomatoes, salad and bell peppers (10 min. easy breakfast)

1 egg
2 or 3 tablespoon oats
3-4 tablespoon of milk ( if too thin, add more oats and if it's too thick just add more milk or any kind of liquid you want to use)
bell pepper
crisp bread

Chop the veggies, mix the ingredients for the pancake. Add a tablespoon of oil to a pan and pour the mixture and fry until it's golden-brown (I usually make it a bit darker, like in the picture and sometimes I'm on Twitter or Instagram too much that I accidentally burn it...just be careful and check the sides)
As I said it's really easy to make and it takes max 10 minutes. Place it on a big plate (love this blue one from IKEA, it's huge) Just look at this picture how bright and colourful it is. The reds, greens a bit of brown, yellow/orange. It just makes my day by only looking at it.


Chia pudding, oatmeal, peach puree + almond and peaches for toppings ( help me to name them other than listing the ingredients)

4 tablespoon chia seeds
1 dl milk ( you can use almond milk or whatever you like) if it's too thick you can add more liquid later perks of making a chia pudding. Literally, you can't go wrong.
Handful of oats
1-1,5 dl milk
1 peach

I mixed the milk and chia seeds put it in the fridge for overnight. You can do the same with the oats but this time I made it in the morning. I boiled the milk and then I added the oats. Make sure you stir it continuously. I put the chia pudding in the microwave for a few seconds to heat it up. I cut the peach in half. I made a puree (you can easily smash it with a fork) and cut the other half into slices.
I gently poured the pudding and oatmeal into a plate and last I added the puree. On top of the puree you can see I put the slices, I decorated the oatmeal with almonds.

A bite of Autumn aka chia pudding and oatmeal topped with apple, oat biscuit crumble and granola

4 tablespoon chia seeds
1 dl milk ( you can use almond milk or whatever you like) if it's too thick you can add more liquid later perks of making a chia pudding. Literally, you can't go wrong.
Handful of oats
1-1,5 dl milk
0,5 apple
2 oat biscuit

Do the chia pudding and the oatmeal as I previously explained. Cut the half apple into slices. I decorated the oatmeal part of the plate with granola and oat biscuit crumbles and put a few slices of apple on it. And I almost forgot to mention for an instant taste orgy add some cinnamon to the oatmeal. Pure autumn. Not just the colours but the taste also recalled the Autumn feeling.


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