I've been using loads more fresh produce and less of the processed, unrecognisable as food, stuff.
Breakfast most mornings is fruit, yoghurt, or porridge. Occasionally I will cook an egg, but mostly I don't have the time. Porridge is quick.
This is how I've been having it, with lots of seeds and honey to sweeten it up.
You could add sultanas, or fresh fruit on top like strawberries or banana.
The food combining way of eating, that I'm currently doing, doesn't allow fruit to be eaten together with other foods. I eat fruit before a meal and not during or after. It goes on the principle that fruit digests quicker than other food, so should be eaten separately.
Also proteins and carbs aren't mixed together as a rule, so I use water to make the porridge. By all means use milk if you want to. Just cook the porridge according to the direction on the oats packet.
Don't ask me how it works. Sometimes it sounds like mumbo-jumbo, all I know is I feel better and I lost a bit of weight. Can't argue with that.
Porridge with seeds and honey
1/3 cup of quick oats
1 cup water
Bring to the boil, then simmer for 2 minutes.
Take the porridge off the heat and stir through -
1 tablespoon of pepitas(pumpkin seeds)
1 teaspoon sunflowers seeds
1/2 teaspoon sesame seeds
1 Tablespoon of LSA(a ground mixture of linseeds, sunflower seeds and almond)
Drizzle with some honey. Sit and eat.
What do you usually eat for breakfast?
Do you like porridge? How do you have yours?