Coconut Flour Pancakes With Caramelized Bananas - mindbodygreen. Once you've tried these fluffy pancakes with rich, caramelized bananas, they are sure to become a breakfast or brunch staple.
Coconut flour produces a far lighter pancake than its heavy, glutinous counterpart. Recipe by Emily Jonzen Serves 2 Ingredients ½ cup coconut flour1 teaspoon baking powderSea salt3 tablespoons coconut oil, melted, plus a little extra for frying4 extra-large eggs, lightly beaten½ cup almond or coconut milk2 bananas, sliced6 tablespoons maple syrup Preparation 1. 2. Add Protein And Flavor To Your Favorite Breakfast With This Simple Addition. We know you’re probably pretty label-savvy already, but we decided to partner with Vital Farms to share some knowledge about the animal welfare and health benefits of pasture-raised eggs.
Over the next three weeks, we’ll be serving up a combo of nutritional info, a few stats, and lots of delicious ways to eat pasture-raised eggs. So, you've mastered the art of avocado toast. You've got your mashing and seasoning technique down, but you're ready to take your favorite breakfast to the next level. A poached egg is the perfect protein-packed add-on that's both convenient and quick. To get the most nutritional benefits from your eggs, seek out the best-quality pasture-raised eggs you can find. Vital Farms' chickens are given a minimum of 108 square feet per bird to roam, soak in sunshine, and eat things they love like grass, seeds, and insects. Pasture-raised eggs tend to be richer in nutrients like vitamins A, E, and B12 compared to conventional eggs. To poach the eggs, you'll need: Orange Overnight Oats.
Because citrus season is like a ray of sunshine on a cold, dreary day, I'm bringing you these orange overnight oats to perk up any morning.
Prepare these the night before and serve them cold, room temperature or warmed back up in the morning garnished with some nuts and some toasted coconut. Orange Overnight Oats Serves 2 Ingredients 1 ½ cups fresh squeezed orange juice (About 4 oranges)1 ripe banana2 dates, pitted¼ teaspoon vanilla extract1 ½ cup rolled oats2 tablespoons chia seeds¼ cup unsweetened almond milk (to pour over oats in the morning)toasted unsweetened coconut flakes & almonds (to garnish) Preparation 1. 2. 3.
Photo courtesy of the author. For The Morning After: Pumpkin Flax Pancakes. These vegan and gluten-free pumpkin pancakes are light, satisfying and really simple to make.
Top them with pecans, pumpkin seeds and maple syrup for a sweet crunch with every bite. Pumpkin Flax Pancakes (Vegan & Gluten-Free) Ingredients 1 cup pumpkin puree2 flaxseed eggs (2 tablespoons ground flaxseeds & 6 tablespoons water, see note below)2/3 cup almond milk (or any non-dairy milk you prefer)1 tablespoon coconut oil, melted1 tablespoon lemon juice1 teaspoon maple syrup1 teaspoon vanilla extract1 cup oat flour1/2 teaspoon baking soda1/2 teaspoon salt1 teaspoon cinnamonPreparation 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.
Photo courtesy of the author. Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Granola. Spoiler alert: most store bought granolas are sugar bombs that do little nutritional good for our bodies.
Making your own is not only cheaper, but you get to control exactly what goes into it to make your breakfast the best. Not only is this granola made up of the best flavor combination since, ever, it's filled with digestive friendly fiber and heart healthy fats to get your morning going. This recipe makes a big batch, so you can have a great breakfast all week long. Serving it with cold almond milk, slices of banana, and a handful of ripe blueberries just may take you over the edge. Here's to getting your homemade (peanut butter!) Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Granola Makes about 3.5 cups of granola Ingredients 3 cups rolled oats 2 tablespoons ground flax seeds 2 tablespoons chia seeds 1 teaspoon vanilla extract ¼ cup creamy peanut butter ¼ cup maple syrup ¼ cup coconut oil 3-4 tablespoons mini dark chocolate chips (the darker the chocolate, the better!)
1. 2. 3. 4. Perfect Weekday Breakfast: Overnight Oat + Chia Pudding. Making a homemade breakfast does not need to be time consuming, and I can guarantee you it's better for your body than anything you can pick up in 5 minutes.
After working the corporate grind for 8 years of my life, I mastered the skill of the quick and easy breakfast. I'll admit that even now that I work from home, I make quick and easy breakfasts all the time. Why? Simply put: a breakfast full of nourishing and energizing foods helps me get down to business and be more efficient throughout the day. It's one of the easiest things I can do for my health — both mind and body. Give this recipe a try this week for a quick and easy breakfast that is sure to satisfy and keep you full until lunch.
Overnight Oat + Chia Pudding.