This Red Fruit breakfast recipe contains lots of nutritional elements you’ll need to start your day the healthy way! With fiber from oats, proteins from soya and vitamin B1, B2, B12, C,D and folic acid your breakfast is not only delicious, but good for you too! Meal of the day: breakfast - snack. Suited for: lactose-free - vegetarian - vegan. Ingredients: Alpro Simply Plain - Oatmeal - red berries - blueberries - strawberries.
If you, like me, have an obsession with gingerbread, then you need to make this smoothie! It’s simply made with almond milk, oats, chia seeds, spices and molasses to make a healthy breakfast that tastes like a favourite Christmas cookie. Perfect way to get your gingerbread fix in the morning… This smoothie is low GI,...Read More »
Almost every plant-based food contains protein, so it’s almost impossible to lack protein if you’re eating enough food every day. Soybeans are a fantastic source of protein, as are other types of beans as well as lentils, nuts, seeds, mushrooms, broccoli, whole-wheat bread, oatmeal, and corn. Mock meats made from tofu, tempeh, and seitan are also high in protein (and delicious). #plantbased #diet #vegan
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Winter-Spiced Carrot Porridge with Maple Caramelised Nuts and Seeds | Veggie Desserts Blog Carrot cake flavours are the perfect addition to a warming bowl of carrot porridge. The gentle spices take over while the flavour of the grated sweet carrot fades into the background. The maple caramelised nuts and seeds add a flavourful crunch and festive treat.