These breakfasts are packed with chocolate… and actually nutritious.
These five breakfast options all have some form of chocolate in them, but before you dismiss them thinking they’re a one way ticket to diabetes, think again. They are all chock full of healthy ingredients, very low in sugar but refrain from compromising on taste!
While I am a big advocate of breakfast, I’m starting to find my eggs and toast to be a tad redundant. Okay, very redundant. And seeing I’ve a sweet tooth to rival most four year olds, there’s always a hankering to add some sweetness to my morning routine. Particularly if it’s cocoa centric…
These five breakfast options all have some form of chocolate in them, but before you dismiss them thinking they’re a one way ticket to diabetes, think again. They are all chock full of healthy ingredients, very low in sugar but refrain from compromising on taste! Just click the title you’ll be taken there…
Unlike the typical Australian or British scones based off flour and milk, dreamy dark chocolate scones from Peas and Crayons are fluffy, filling and chock full of chocolate chips. A typical sweet ‘scone’ clocks in at around 500-600 calories a piece and is loaded with sugar, but these beauties only use 1/4 cup in the entire recipe!
I am yet to find a combination that pairs better than chocolate and peanut butter (except maybe strawberries and cream!) so why not incorporate both in the first meal of the day? Kudos to Clean Eats Fast Feets for this. Using dates and a frozen banana to sweeten, this smoothie is like dessert, enhanced by the creaminess of the Greek Yogurt (and a bonus protein boost!).
For those who aren’t fans of peanut butter (in my books they should only get a pass if it’s allergy related) but still love a smoothie there’s this one that tastes like cake! Black forest cake to be specific! Running with Spoons (pictured) know how to do it right. Frozen cherries and rolled oats provide a dough like texture which is so thick, you’d need a spoon to dig into it!
Care of Our Body Book, this might well take the chocolate for breakfast cake because right now it’s cold, and well, porridge is just super warming. Plus, with the antioxidants of raspberries you know you’re onto a good thing.
Clearly I’m a fan of the chocolate/peanut butter combination and throw in the prospect of eating cookies for breakfast and bed times are set to become my favourite part of the day. This chocolate/peanut butter combination from This Big Man’s World take less than 10 minutes to whip up and eating the whole serving is very much allowed!
Don’t let pancakes be just for the weekend or for when you’re looking to treat yourself- This stack of perfection has your name all over it. It’s a healthy combination of carbohydrates, healthy fats and a punch of protein, that together provide a balanced meal for the everyday.Arman was chased with a wooden spoon when he was younger. Instead of hiding from the kitchen, it ignited a passion for experimenting and developing healthy recipes without compromising on taste. Arman shares his recipes on his blog. along with his other loves including travel, restaurant reviews and complaining why his body will never look like Channing Tatum’s. You can also connect with him on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest or his personal favourite, Instagram.
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For those of us with big dreams as kids to having dessert for breakfast our prayers have been answered in a sinfully nutritious way with five easy and delicious ideas that’ll will make your breakfast just like dessert.
This super healthy breakfast bowl is a delicious cinch
More time for morning sleeping guaranteed.