Peanut Butter and Bananas on Toast
Peanut butter is a great source of unsaturated fats. These are good and healthy fats, and you need them to have a balanced diet. Only in small doses though!
(This doesn’t mean that you should eat a whole pot of peanut butter for breakfast!)
This brekkie is very self-explanatory!
-2 slices of bread
-Peanut butter (smooth or crunchy!)
1)Toast the bread
2) Spread peanut butter on the toast.
3) Then slice some bananas and whack them on top! Yum!
Quick Oats and Blueberry Microwave Muffin
Weird but it works!
-35g quick oats
-1 handful of berries
– A sprinkling of brown sugar
1) Mix the ingredients together in a large mug.
2) Microwave on high for 1 minute and remove to take a look!
3) Keep cooking for 30 seconds at a time until the muffin looks firm.
Tip: Mix it up by using bananas or blackberries, maybe add some nuts or seeds too?
The Breakfast Omelette
Omelettes are a really nice breakfast, quite filling and really quick and easy to cook!
– Olive Oil
-Vegetables (such as peppers, onions, mushrooms)
1) Take 2 eggs, crack them into a bowl, add a small amount of milk and whisk until combined.
2) Heat up a frying pan and add a small drop of olive oil. To test if the pan is hot enough, drop a small amount of the egg/milk mixture into the pan. If it really sizzles, then it is ready to put the whole mixture in!
3) Poke the mixture about a bit until it resembles an omelette shape.
4) Add cheese and any vegetables/meat of your choice into the omelette and fold in half with a spatula.
5) Leave it to cook until the outside goes a golden brown colour and serve hot.
By Hannah Roberts