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December 10, 2014
Festive Breakfast Recipes

Christmas cheer is all around! And despite our love for refreshing and super hydrating smoothies, we prefer something warm and festive to enjoy in the cold season.  Save your smoothies for the afternoon if you can’t live without them (like us!) and in the morning enjoy these festive breakfast recipes.

Quinoa Porridge with Almond Butter

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Ingredients:

40g quinoa flakes

100 ml Chi Coconut Milk

1 banana, chopped

Lemon zest

1 tsp cinamon

1 tsp almond butter

A handful of raspberries

1 tsp bee pollen

Instructions:

1. Place the quinoa, banana, lemon zest, ½ tsp cinnamon and Chi Coconut Milk in a pan and bring to the boil

2. Once thickened, take off the heat and pour the porridge into a bowl

3. Add the almond butter, the raspberries and sprinkle on the bee pollen

Cottage Banana Pancakes by Liftus Fitness

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Ingredients:

For the pancakes:

100g 0% fat cottage cheese

100g egg whites

30g banana good hemp protein

1 small banana

50g gluten free flour

30g oats

2 tsp stevia

1 tsp Chi Coconut Oil, melted

A dash of Chi Coconut Water

For the topping (Quark Froyo):

50g quark

½ tsp of stevia

Instructions:

1. Blend all the pancake ingredients together and cook in Chi Coconut Oil

2. For the Quark Froyo topping mix the ingredients and poor over the pancakes

Festive French Toast by Liftus Fitness

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Ingredients:

1 tsp grated nutmeg

1 tsp cinnamon

1 tsp stevia

100g egg whites

1 yolk

2-3 pieces of wholemeal gluten free bread (preferably homemade)

1tsp Chi Coconut Oil

Instructions:

1. Combine nutmeg, cinnamon and stevia into a ramekin and mix the powders together

2. Separate egg whites from eggs and use 1 yolk. Whisk this together so the yolk and egg whites have combined

3. Pour half of the powder into the egg mixture and stir

4. Dip the bread into the mixture and turn over so it has been fully submerged

5. Heat up the frying pan (preferably non stick) and melt 1 tsp Chi Coconut Oil

6. Fry one side of the bread and after 1-2 minutes flip and fry the other side

7. Sprinkle the remainder of the mixture over the stack once done

8. As a topping you can use Quark Froyo again or whatever you fancy

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