Brunch Time At Home: 3 Quick Recipes
It’s Saturday morning and you just rolled out of bed. You face the alarm clock and it says 9:30 a.m. You think to yourself, “Okay, I have some time before my weekend starts”. In that instance you have the chance to either lay down, or wake up and have a beneficial at-home brunch with your loved ones! Spoiler alert: We think you should make a move and whip up some delicious foods.
To help ensure that this happens, we put together a list of 3 easy-peasy recipes that you can not only master, but feel like you still have some time after to lay down just a little while longer.
Banana Toast with Manuka Honey
This simple recipe is as easy as 1-2-3 but wholesome and full of nutrients! Manuka Honey, traditionally called “healing honey”, delivers a potent punch of sweetness and a big side of healthy. Pair it with some whole wheat bread, and you have yourself a nutrient-rich breakfast! Here’s how to make this recipe:
- Toast up some whole wheat bread of your choice
- Smear on a nut butter of choice
- Top with strategically placed bananas—great source of potassium!
- Drizzle with warmed Manuka Honey
Gone to Greece Egg Scramble
We all know that eggs are not only filling, but nutritious, and this recipe proves just that. Get yourself and loved ones a serving of protein, Greek omelet style, minus the stress of the all mighty “flip”. Here’s how:
What You’ll Need:
- 9 Eggs*
- 2 Large Tomatoes
- 1 Non-Stick Skillet
- 2 Handfuls of Spinach
- Feta Cheese
- Prepare 9 eggs in a mixing bowl with salt and pepper (to taste)
- Mix together until they are uniform in color, then set aside
- Chop up 2 large tomatoes into square chunks on a cutting board, then place on a plate
- Rinse off two handfuls of spinach, pat down gently with a paper towel to remove excess water.
- Heat up a non-stick skillet on medium-high heat
- Place the vegetables down first, then pour the eggs over and start to scramble them all together
- After scramble is done, section on to three plates and top with feta cheese
*This recipe yields 3 servings
Have you ever made a parfait yourself? If not, you’re in for a fun treat! You get to be not only creative with what fruit you choose to add into the parfait, but you get to reap the health rewards when you eat it. Here’s a quick parfait recipe both you and your loved ones will eat up:
What You’ll Need*:
- 3 Mason Jars, Mugs or Glasses
- 2 cups plain Greek Yogurt
- 1 cup Granola
- 1 ½ cups strawberries
- ½ Cup Blueberries
- First, you’ll need to wash then chop up your fruit. For this recipe, we’ll be using strawberries and blueberries.
- Chop up enough strawberries to fill 1 and ½ cups. Fill ½ cup with whole blueberries.
- Set up three mugs, mason jars or glasses to start
- First layer some of the granola and some strawberries, then follow with plain Greek yogurt.
- Repeat this step 2-3 more times until you reach the top. Sprinkle blueberries on the top.
*This recipe yields 2 servings
So there you have it! Three incredibly easy yet satisfying recipes to not only bring your family together but kick-start your Saturday. Win-win situation if you ask us.
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