Oatmeal burnt? Turkish eggs? We can’t wait to wake up the next day!
Breakfast “is a meal that should be taken seriously”. Starting your day with a balanced meal sets the tone for the day. Sunday brunches are a great way to relax, have a nice conversation, and enjoy the slower meals that allow for rest. Taking an oatmeal energy ball while commuting to the office kicks your day into high gear, where productivity can thrive and you’re not bothered by the carbohydrate coma that often ensues after a huge meal. pancakes, maple syrup and bacon.
Here are three ways to improve your breakfast that can be done with just a little extra time, if some of your ingredients are prepared ahead of time.
Bread or rice
Breakfast in our household usually consists of some type of bread or eggs. With the plethora of choices at local BGC bakeries and the proliferation of home bakers selling their carb-heavy treats on Instagram, we don’t have to look far to feel satiated in our desire and quest for delicious loaves of bread. all kinds. .
To verify: wild flour Sourdough or Lartizan Ciabatta
In many countries, eggs are the most popular breakfast component on any table. Being a good source of protein means they’re great to eat in the morning and even as a snack. Looking for eggs from free-range hens, with dark orange yolks, can also mean a little more nutrition.
To look for: The egg fairy
Dairy vs non-dairy
With so many vegan and plant-based options for yogurt and milk, it’s now easier to give our families more options for serving the meal that starts everyone’s day. Here in Manila, you don’t even have to go to specialty stores for some of these products as they are becoming more and more common.
Here are three different options to upgrade your breakfast:
Oatmeal creme brulee
This dish can take a bit of time to prepare the night before, but it’s totally worth it when it feels like eating dessert for breakfast! I’ve seen several different ways to make this breakfast dessert, but many include making this option without the actual cream. Using easy homemade oat cream provides a plant-based breakfast for the win. It’s even better with caramelized sugar and fruit.
1 tsp oat cream
1 cup oat milk
¼ cup coconut sugar
pinch of ground turmeric
a few drops of vanilla
pinch of salt
¼ cup oats
Mix everything and cook the oatmeal.
Once the oats are completely cooked, stir until smooth.
Cool in ramekins overnight.
Garnish and flambé with sugar just before serving.
Who doesn’t love a good mash-up? Merging these two components for a better breakfast allows us all to have happy thoughts once we get through that caramel crust!
This new to me breakfast is a staple on the feed of one of my favorite breakfast social media platforms. Finding yogurt and eggs together was revolutionary, and of course, because 80 Breakfasts is one of my favorite sources of goodies for morning adventures; she does it so well.
Starting with a thick Greek yogurt is the key to this delicious dish. Poaching farm-fresh eggs and toasting crusty bread combine this flavorful version of yogurt. Getting this dish to a place where you can offer a vegan alternative can be tricky, but if you wanted to replace Madzoon’s yogurt with something plant-based, you can turn to the coconut yogurt alternative that is just as satisfying and delicious.
Coffee and tea
Jumping into the day with a shot of caffeine sets the tone and pace of your day, whether your source is beans or leaves. Either way, adding a little spice to your coffee or milk to your tea can turn what looks mundane into beautiful. Just adding a splash of cinnamon to your drip coffee basket enhances your daily cup of coffee while layering your tea with plant-based milk for a “little cafe around the corner” feel.
If breakfast or brunch is your favorite meal of the day, the possibilities are endless. Not sure there’s anything better than a quiet moment, watching the sunrise and a breakfast made with love. – Rappler.com