‘We eat with our eyes’…this is so true for me and since I’ve been posting all my healthy recipe ideas on Instagram and on my blog, I have found my creative side 🙂
I adore making my food look pretty and I think this is definitely one of my faves so far… my Spring flower porridge 🙂 I was so proud of it, I didn’t want to eat it ha ha!
This would impress your friends and family if they are staying over and ask for ‘just porridge’ for brekkie… 😉
- Unsweetened almond milk
- Frozen blueberries
- Almond and vanilla qnola sprinkles (explanation for what this is below)
- Milled linseed, pumpkin and sunflower seeds with goji berries
- Add the almond milk to the oats and pop in the microwave for 2-3 mins
- Slice the banana and kiwi
- Pop the frozen blueberries in a small dish and pop in the microwave (when the oats are done) for 30 seconds to 1 minute
- Arrange the kiwi in a large circle on top of the oats and place a smaller circle of banana inside the kiwi
- Pop the blueberries in the centre of the banana circle
- Sprinkle the qnola sprinkles and milled seeds on top
What is qnola?
My mum and sister, (knowing how obsessed I am with health and nutrition) filled a hamper with lots of goodies and gave it to me for my birthday last month, which introduced me to this yummy product and I love it!
Taken from their website…
Qnola is a range of nutritionally enhanced Quinoa based breakfast goods and is the F I R S T cereal product on the market made with organic quinoa and absolutely no other grains or cereals. It is also lower in sugar than any other granola on the market, containing only natural plant sugars. Made using the purest superfoods and high in protein, fibre, antioxidants and essential fats, Qnola is a nourishing, convenient, instant and reliable breakfast choice that will really make a difference to how you start and spend the day. It means you don’t have to waste your precious time in the mornings preparing a nutritious, sustainable breakfast, that actually tastes good enough to eat.
I use the sprinkles as an addition to my morning breakfast and not as a stand-alone cereal.