Posts Tagged ‘breakfast’

We all know that breakfast is the most important meal in the day, don’t we? Our super brains after the night sleep need energy and breakfast is a perfect way to boost them.  Not to speak about water – we start a day with a glass or two of water, isn’t it?  I love water and I usually keep my water bottles next to my bed so that once I wake up I could have a first sip of water and continue drinking until breakfast.

However, this time I am not going to talk much about breakfast but I would like to share an amazing recipe for breakfast which you can prepare in advance and enjoy in the morning. It is true that we all have very busy mornings and sometimes we leave breakfast aside. If we only spend some time in the evening or other part of the day that is less busy for us and prepare some food that we could eat during breakfast that would be perfect.

I always look for some healthy and very nutritious ways to start the day. Since summer we’ve been drinking smoothies for breakfast. But at least from our experience it is not enough to keep you going until lunch. So I started doing nut balls and have few of them with smoothie.  Oh, such a delicious breakfast! But it is good to have a variety and I started thinking of making other types of ‘energy’ balls. And decided to improve my two ingredients biscuits recipe. Aaah, the result was stunning! I baked them on Wednesday, today the box is empty.


It simply disappeared, I think not only eating at breakfast time. Few additional ingredients made them so delicious. I have to bake again and this time keep them in better place so that we could have mainly for breakfast. Why? Because it is so easy to have them with smoothie and no need to do any additional dishes.


Let me remind you the recipe and those ‘magic’ few additional ingredients. We need:

2,5 cups oats

5 very bananas (better ripe)

1 cup of desiccated coconut

4 table spoons of coconut butter

pecan nuts

pumpkin seeds

2 table spoons of honey

First, I mix very well oats and coconut butter until you can’t see the butter. Then, I grate bananas; or you can smash with a fork, or use a hand blender. Thirdly, I add bananas to the oats mixture; again mix very well and add all remaining ingredients. Finally add honey and mix again. Once the dough is ready start making the cookies. Bake them for 15-20 mins at 170C temperature.

Happy breakfast! Happy Cookies! Happy weekend!



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Atrodo labai paprastai, bet patikėkit – pavojingai skaniai. Tai buvo mūsų Naujametiniai pusryčiai. Kadangi nebuvo daug energijos maisto ruošai, o valgyti norėjosi, tai nusprendžiau paruošti salotas su mano taip mėgstamu mozzarella sūriu ir avokadu. Taigi, salotoms, o gal geriau, sakykim, užkandžiui susipjausčiau avokadą, mozarella sūrį ir pomidorą riekutėmis. Tuomet sudėliojau mozarella ir pomidorą riekutėmis vienas į kitą ir šalia pridėjau supjaustytą avokadą. Užbarsčiau raudonėlio ir alyvuogių aliejaus. Labai skanu su namine kepta duona.

Užtrukau vos kelias minutes, o rezultatas ir skanus ir gražus.

Dar kartą apie ingredientus paprastiems pusryčiams:

Mozzarella sūris




Alyvuogių aliejus


The picture above illustrates how simple and how beautiful the dish can look. It was made New Year morning for breakfast. You can call it as salads, or snack – it was so tasty and same simple. All we needed is to cut tomatoes, mozarella cheese and avocado. Then mozzarella cheese with tomatoes put together and next to it avocado. On top you add some oregano and olive oil. Very delicious and you need only:

Mozzarella cheese




Olive oil

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