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The days of making traditional breakfasts every morning are gone. Life has become busier and time to sit and have breakfast at the table has become a weekend thing for some families. Waking up the kids, taking them to school, being caught in traffic and rushing to a morning meeting, grabbing a decent healthy breakfast – can be a tall order. With that said, we’ve got some delicious and tasty quick breakfast recipes, to help you get through your morning full and ready to go!

Toasty!

 

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If you’re a bread lover, this is heaven of a slice! This rye and labneh toast is quick and easy to make in less than 10 mins.

What you need:

Wholegrain rye bread

Labneh

Avocado

Heirloom tomatoes

Coriander

Mixed Seeds

1 Lime

Toast wholegrain rye bread, spread the labneh over the toast, add avocado, slice the heirloom tomatoes, and then sprinkle with coriander, mixed seeds, and a squeeze of lime.

Total time 10 mins!

Breakfast in a bowl
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Sprinkle coconut oil all over your life! Well…coconut flakes. This bowl of deliciousness is not only beautiful, its nutritious too.
What you need:
Fresh or frozen fruit of your choice
[Buckwheat] Granola
Yogurt
6 ounces of Cashews – can be excluded if you or children have nut allergies
Honey
Coconut fruit
1 cup unsweetened coconut flakes
Acai berries or your favorite berries

The smoothie base takes maybe five minutes to throw together. It could not be easier as blending everything together (frozen fruit and yogurt), toasting the buckwheat in the oven with a some seeds, coconut and honey.  Cut the coconut in half and empty it. Pour the mix into the coconut bowl. You can replace the coconut bowl with a standard bowl or lunch container.

Smoothies
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Porridge never looked so colorful!

What you need:

Sprouted buckwheat seeds

Fruits and berries of your choice

Superfoods – spirulina, chlorophyll or any other

Yellow sea buckthorns

Porridge

Strawberries

Blend each ingredient except for the strawberries, sea buckthorns and buckwheat seeds. Layer ingredients in a mason jar. Be creative. You can switch up the ingredients and enjoy this smoothie in between snacks.

Written by Lungi Moore, Editor, Modern Domestic

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