All posts tagged: Quick Breakfast

No time for Breakfast? My top tips to set up your morning for success!

Breakfast is the most important meal of the day- we’ve all heard this before. But your mornings are hectic- you’re juggling kids, the dog, getting out the door to get to work, early meetings and/or deal with traffic…. You’ve already had 2 coffees just to get out the door and if you’re lucky you may have eaten half a piece of cold toast or grabbed an ‘up & go’ drink box- you’ve read the marketing “2 Weetbix in every box!!” Well, let’s not talk about the list of mystery ingredients in those!!! You get to work and by 10am your starving…you have another coffee and reach for a sugar filled muffin just to get you through to lunchtime. You know it’s not good for you but hey, your hungry and didn’t get time for much or any breakfast! What if I told you that I have the solution just for you? And it’s completely FREE! My ‘Real Up & Go Breakfast’ eBook is full of recipes to set up your mornings for super success! The things …

Chai Pudding

Preparing some breakfast options the night before, or at the beginning of the week, will save you loads time in the mornings when your juggling everything to get yourself, kids or who ever out the door! It will ensure you start your day right, but nourishing your body for energy and focus. These little jars of yum, will fill up your tummy and provide you with satiety all morning long. They only take minutes to prepare, store in the fridge and are easy to grab and go, as you rush out the door. You could even pop them in your kids lunch box for a filling morning snack! Chai Seeds are choked full of goodness- they contain fibre, protein, antioxidants, good fats, Calcium, Manganese, Magnesium and Phosphorus. Also, reasonable amounts of Zinc, Vit B3, B1, B2 and Potassium. Now that’s’ a powerhouse profile, worthy of it’s ‘super food’ title, don’t you think?   Chai Pudding Print Recipe These little jars of yum, will fill up your tummy and provide you with satiety all morning long. Chai Seeds are jammed packed …