My Unusual Breakfast Obsession – New Healthy Breakfast Ideas!


MY HEALTHY BREAKFAST OBSESSION

An unusual new healthy breakfast idea

In this post and video, I’m going to be sharing an unusual healthy breakfast recipe – that I am currently obsessed with! I’m also going to be showing you two different ways that I love to make this recipe.

If you’re looking for a new breakfast idea or maybe just something fun to try, then this recipe is for you. And PS, it may look super fancy and like a lot of effort – but it’s actually not complicated at all.

This recipe makes a nice balanced breakfast meal, it contains good carbs, healthy fats and good protein too.

Make sure that you check out the video (below), where I’ll show you (step-by-step) how to make this breakfast obsession of mine. I hope that you love it as much as I do!

Liezl Jayne XO



HOW DID THIS EVEN HAPPEN?

But how did this recipe even happen?

Have you ever woken up and been like “Do I want oatmeal for breakfast, or do I want a smoothie?” – and you just can’t decide. This happens to me all the time, for real.

Well my friend, I have solved this dilemma for you – just have both! Have half a bowl of oatmeal, and have half a bowl of smoothie. Have a bowl of Smoatmeal (or Smoats? or Ooothie?)

If this is already a thing, then I don’t know… but maybe you can come up with a better name for this healthy breakfast creation?! If you have a better idea for a name, then let me know in the comments below (or in the comments section of this video on YouTube).

Plain and simple, what this recipe is – is half a smoothie bowl, and half a bowl of overnight oats. First I’m showing you a blueberry-chocolate version, and second I’ll be showing you a reverse chocolate-vanilla version.



BLUEBERRY CHOCOLATE RECIPE

THE RECIPE (OATS):

-1/2 cup dry rolled oats

-2 teaspoons chia seeds

-1/2 cup water (must be exact)

-1 teaspoon 100% pure maple syrup (or to taste)

-2 teaspoons cacao powder (raw cocoa)

-optional: pinch cinnamon

-optional: pinch vanilla extract/ ground vanilla powder

THE RECIPE (SMOOTHIE):

-1/3 avocado (or *1/2 cup plain yogurt)

-1 cup *frozen blueberries (or frozen strawberries)

-1/4 cup water (must be exact)

-1 teaspoon 100% pure maple syrup

-optional: pinch cinnamon

-optional: pinch vanilla extract/ ground vanilla powder

(serves one – roughly 400 cal without toppings)

*May need less water if yogurt is used instead of avocado

*Berries must be frozen for best result


THE METHOD

THE METHOD (OATS):

-mix the dry oats, chia seeds and water together and soak overnight

-once soaked, add the cacao, pure maple syrup, cinnamon and vanilla

-mix together and put aside while you prep your smoothie

THE METHOD (SMOOTHIE):

-to a blender add the avocado, frozen berries, cinnamon, vanilla and pure maple syrup

-blend until smooth and then get ready to put your breakfast together

-place your overnights on one side of a bowl (and press it to one side gently with a spoon)

-to the other side of the bowl, add the smoothie (and then smooth over gently with a spoon)

-toppings: garnish with fresh (or frozen) raspberries (or strawberries, or blueberries, or even banana slices)

-eat with a spoon, and make sure that you get a bit of all of the flavors together on your spoon (aka some oats, some smoothie and some toppings)

-eat and enjoy, don’t forget to give thanks for your yummy breakfast!

Delicious topped with raspberries, strawberries, blueberries or banana slices



CHOCOLATE VANILLA RECIPE

THE RECIPE (OATS):

-1/2 cup dry rolled oats

-2 teaspoons chia seeds

-1/2 cup water (must be exact)

-1 teaspoon 100% pure maple syrup (or to taste)

-optional: pinch cinnamon

-optional: pinch vanilla extract/ ground vanilla powder

THE RECIPE (SMOOTHIE):

-1/3 avocado (or *1/2 cup plain yogurt)

-1 medium *frozen banana

-1/4 cup water (must be exact)

-2 teaspoons cacao powder (raw cocoa)

-1 teaspoon 100% pure maple syrup

-optional: pinch cinnamon

-optional: pinch vanilla extract/ ground vanilla powder

(serves one – roughly 400 cal without toppings)

*May need less water if yogurt is used instead of avocado

*Banana must be frozen for best result


THE METHOD

THE METHOD (OATS):

-mix the dry oats, chia seeds and water together and soak overnight

-once soaked, add the pure maple syrup, cinnamon and vanilla

-mix together and put aside while you prep your smoothie

THE METHOD (SMOOTHIE):

-to a blender add the avocado, frozen banana, cacao, cinnamon, vanilla and pure maple syrup

-blend until smooth and then get ready to put your breakfast together

-place your overnights on one side of a bowl (and press it to one side gently with a spoon)

-to the other side of the bowl, add the smoothie (and then smooth over gently with a spoon)

-toppings: garnish with fresh strawberries, raspberries and chopped walnuts (or toppings of your choice, banana slices or berries are yummy)

-eat with a spoon, and make sure that you get a bit of all of the flavors together on your spoon (aka some oats, some smoothie and some toppings)

-eat and enjoy!

Made with love by Liezl Jayne XO



Photos and video by Liezl Jayne Strydom – for liezljayne.com

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