Rainbow breakfast (Plant Based)

My question to you all is:

Time management! Do you feel like you struggle to find enough time during the day to get things done? 

I know I do, especially in the morning. That’s why now, I prepare quick and easy meals. At first, I was thinking what is the actual point of posting these blogs, but then I soon realised that not all of you can think the same way as I do.

And actually, sharing my quick, delicious and nutritious breakfast options may have you salivating for your next meal before you kick-start your new day!

So… what do you need? It’s simple, you will need fresh organic vegetables, these can include cucumber, tomatoes, spring onions, radish, spinach, broccoli, red cabbage, carrots, mushrooms, avocado and many more.

Don’t worry I don’t eat them all at once haha, but you can if you like ;). I just like to keep them in my house for whenever I fancy them, especially as my breakfast varies from day to day.

I strongly believe if you’re into healthy eating, you can add any of these to your fridge/cupboard as well.

Kasia’s hell yeah’s and hell no’s!

  1. Cooked legumes (any type) – Love, love, love! – Hell yeah!
  2. I don’t use canned beans, and I always try to prepare everything from scratch. They are my main source of protein plus they contain other healthy vitamins and minerals (all the good stuff you need). – Hell no!

 

So! The moment you’ve been waiting for!

An example of today’s breakfast can be made up of:

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Want to add some additional excitement to your meal? 

You could make vegan burgers (check this recipe) and I would advise preparing them the day before, and as they are made up of beans, can be quite filling for a morning bite.

If that doesn’t tickle your fancy, as a perfect substitute I cook quinoa which is just as good, if not better.

I also use fresh herbs such as coriander, dill or basil.

In addition to rustling up a quick breakfast I top it up with more goodness such as nuts; a different day, a different nut. 🙂

I also add seeds, these could be anything from hemp, pumpkin or even sunflower seeds.

 

Kasia’s tip: Go with the flow, enjoy and most of all make sure you love what you eat.

 

Want more??

If you love the sound of rainbow breakfast, remember to like, comment, subscribe and share this post.

Check out my next post, where I will be adding more nutritional rainbow breakfast options that you can try.

It’s so hard to name all of it. My inspiration behind the rainbow breakfast is it allows you to be as creative as you want to be with your food especially when it comes to colour. The options are endless, there is so much you can have.

 

A healthy lifestyle is a beautiful lifestyle!

Kasia

 

9 Comments Add yours

  1. Lana says:

    Why do you not used canned (or cardboard package) beans? I tried cooking them from raw in a pressure cooker in previous years but it took so long and wrecked my pan eventually.

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    1. Gorakas says:

      No ,I stay away from cans :). Soak them in water the night before it cooks much quicker and apparently it prevent from bloating ☺️😘

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      1. Lana says:

        I did the soaking and it made no dif so I gave up! I buy in card boxes as I don’t need brain problems 🙂

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    2. yy3tti says:

      I love using canned and usually purchase my beans at good prices from any of the main supermarkets, including Aldi and Lidl. I go for tinned beans that don’t use salt water. I like it that tinned saves me on the time needed to cook beans myself, and saves on my energy bill.

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      1. Gorakas says:

        Yeah canned beans are more convenient but I like to prepare food from scratch. If you can get beans in water without preservatives then that’s fine. However I just don’t trust cans 😊😉

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      2. Lana says:

        Truth – my pressure cooker used to be on for hours, the steam peeling paint off the kitchen walls.

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      3. Gorakas says:

        Oh no! That’s sounds really bad! I never thought about cooking beans being an issue. I think soaking them helps a lot 😁.

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  2. BethanyWissink says:

    This looks amazing! 🙂

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    1. Gorakas says:

      Thank you, It taste good as well 🙂

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