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Waste less time wondering what to have for breakfast


Breakfast Pot Recipe

Ever wanted more time in bed? Ever spent way too much time wondering what to have for breakfast? I used to ...


Apparently breakfast is the most important meal of the day, and I know that it's important for me because it helps me to stop feeling hungry and gives me energy for the morning. The time I spend having breakfast is important too, because I get to sit quietly out on my back deck, looking out over my beautiful fruit trees and enjoying the visits from lizards, birds and butterflies.


I recently gave a mini Wellbeing Workshop for a not-for-profit organisation, and I mentioned my breakfast pots as part of the meditation! I know, making you think about food when you're trying to relax!


The lovely local organiser asked me for the recipe, so here it is! I mix up the dry ingredients and pop a lid on them, to store some in the pantry. A few have milk added and those are stored in the fridge to keep them fresh and so they're nice and cool for the morning.



Breakfast Pots Ingredients

Did you know that oats are a bit of a super-food? And - for those suffering interrupted sleep, they are great before bedtime (oat-milk is great too). Just think, you could be like a hobbit and have second breakfast!



These are yummy cold, even in winter. There's something really refreshing about them. I like my coffee, and I have mine with a long black with a dash of cold milk in it (I love crema!!!).


If you don't like to have breakfast because you feel sick in the mornings ... why not have breakfast a little later in the day? Then you won't miss out!!


Breakfast pots ingredients - 2tbs oats (rolled and/or quick), 1/2 teaspoon each of - raw sugar, Coles Power & Go Mix, pumpkin seeds, and 45mls Milk