The sweetness of breakfasts

I like sweet breakfasts. Meaning naturally sweet of course, with loads of fresh fruits, berries and some dried goodies. Paired with nutritious wholegrains and nuts or seeds, fresh fruit are such a refreshing and energising start for the day! You can combine fresh fruit + berries with almost whatever you like; muesli, porridge, wholegrain bread, overnight brekkies, smoothie bowls…just name your favourite. These kind of breakfast combos are not only delicious but they also provide you with a balanced amount of healthy nutrients and keep you easily going until lunch, I promise.

During summertime, I prefer cold breakfasts to hot ones, and this is when raw porridges and overnight breakfast jars step in to substitute hot oatmeals + porridges. Usually, I prepare my raw (overnight) brekkies by mixing oat milk with rye, oat or spelt flakes and then just adding the desired spices. However, this time I decided to try something a bit different – using fresh fruit & berries of course!

Raw apple cinnamon buckwheat porridge

1dl raw buckwheat groats

1dl oat milk

1 large apple, chopped (I like to use organic Kanzi

1tbsp flaxseed

1/2 tsp cinnamon

Preferred toppings:

strawberries or other berries, dried berries, coconut, nut butter

How to do it?

  • The evening before, rinse your buckwheat, place it in a bowl and add in water until completely covered. Soak the buckwheat overnight.
  • In the morning, rinse your soaked buckwheat troroughly once more and place it into your food processor with oat milk, cinnamon, flaxseed and apple. You may leave some apple for decoration if you wish to.
  • Process the mixture until smooth and enjoy with your choice of toppings.

xx a

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