How many of you has to commute to school/university/work and has no time to have breakfast at home? When I started my second studies in another city, I found myself struggling to not buy a croissant or something already made on the train station.
Consequently I started preparing breakfast pots with all my favorite ingredients on Sundays evening. It is fun and can even be creative 🙂 In my case, as I love beautiful and attractive things, my take away breakfast is not just simply mixing yogurt with fruits and cereals: I prepare them consciously, thinking on each color and shape I am gathering together in a small pot.
The result? Happiness! Not only visually appealing but also it taste to heaven when I eat them in the train or already in the office 🙂
Today’s recipe has the following ingredients for 3 pots:
- 2 peaches
- 200g Red currants and blueberries
- 1 Muesli soja yogurt
- 1 Raspberry soja yogurt
- 1 tsp/pot mixed seeds (your favorites)
- 2 tsp/pot peanut butter
- 1 tbsp/pot flax seeds
First step: gather all ingredients together:
Start by adding the muesli yogurt and pouring same amount on each pot. It follows the raspberry yogurt, then the peaches and seeds.
Afterwards add the peanut butter and on top, the rest of the fruits. In less than 10 minutes, you already have the three of them ready to store in the fridge 🙂
I love it when the supermarkets are full of peaches 🙂 This low in calories fruit, it does not contain saturated fats, and it is full of nutritional benefits. Between other minerals, peaches are high in potassium, fluoride and iron. These are vital minerals our body needs for different activities: for instance, we need iron for the formation of red blood cells. In case of vegetarian and vegan people, they need to watch out that they take enough iron in order to have energies and avoid the anemia.
We can also use peaches as snack or for salads. One of my favorites salads is endive (chicory), peach slices, a bit of onion and prosciutto. If you want a vegetarian version, instead of prosciutto you can try to add cheese on it. Maybe goat or feta cheese can fit 😉