Breakfast bowls for a tasty, healthy morning

smoothie bowl

These bowls can be used to jumpstart your mornings or as self indulgence on a long weekend lie in.

No matter what, they’re filled with nutrition and great taste - and they’re not bad to look at either. The bars add lots of protein, iron, B12 and other vitamins and minerals, and they keep you full for the longest time. All because of the buffalo beetle powder. 

    oatmeal

    Pimped out oatmeal with applesauce, hazelnuts

    1-2 servings

    Ingredients

    Apple sauce

    3 apples
    1 tsp lemon juice
    2-3 tbsp sugar
    Vanilla (either the seeds from half a vanilla pod or 1 tsp vanilla powder)
    1 dl water

    Porridge
    2 dl oats/rolled oats
    2 dl plant milk
    2 dl water
    ½ tsp salt
    1 tsp cinnamon
    2 tsp sugar
    1 handful of hazelnuts
    1 apple
    1 Hey Planet Apple Cinnamon bar

    Instructions

    Apple sauce

    1. Cut the apples into small pieces - feel free to keep the peel on.
    2. Mix all the ingredients for the sauce in a pan and let it simmer, until the apples are tender and you have a smooth sauce.
    3. Store it in a jar in the fridge.

    Porridge

    1. Let the oats, milk, water and salt simmer in a pan for a few minutes, until you have a porridge.
    2. Mix the cinnamon and sugar, slice the apple and banana and chop the hazelnuts. Stir half the hazelnuts in the porridge and transfer it to a bowl.
    3. Put a big tablespoon of apple sauce on top and decorate with apple slices, the pieces of bar, the rest of the hazelnuts and cinnamon sugar.

     smoothies bowl

    Smoothie Bowl with banana, peanut butter og raspberries

    1-2 servings

    Ingredients

    2 bananas (frozen and sliced)
    3 tbsp peanut butter
    0,5 dl coconut milk
    Vanilla (either the seeds from half a vanilla pod or 1 tsp vanilla powder)
    1 handful of fresh raspberries 
    Evt. sugar or your preferred sweetener 
    1 Hey Planet Salty Peanut bar
    Peanuts
    1 banana
    Xtra raspberries

    Instructions

    1. Blend the frozen bananas, peanut butter, coconut milk and vanilla, until you have a creamy mixture.
    2. If you fancy, sweeten it. Stir in the fresh raspberries. Cut the Salty Peanut bar into smaller pieces and slice the banana.
    3. Transfer the smoothie to a bowl and decorate with banana slices, pieces of bar, peanuts and fresh raspberries. 

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