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BREAKFAST BOWLS

By Freedom Fitness, Jul 31 2019 09:34PM

These bowls are a perfect way to achieve:

-Extra servings of vegetables

- A fullfilling and nourishing on the go breakfast

- Add colour and delight into your eating routine #cafeworthy


Prepare it the night before or in the morning, take in a tupperware container bowl or at home, eat it for breakfast or lunch... your choice!

Ingredients - Serves 1

- 1 tbsp of olive oil

- 1 -2 eggs

- 1 cup of spinach OR kale

- 4 -5 cherry tomatoes OR 1/2 medium sized tomato

- 1 cup of sliced mushrooms

- 2 - 3 thin slices of halloumi

- 1/3 of an avocado, cubed

- 1/2 an onion, cut into thin strips or diced

- Salt & pepper


Optionals:

- 1/3 cup of navy beans (similar to baked beans) or 1/3 cup of chickpeas

- Any other vegetables you prefer or need to use up

- 1/2 medium sweet or regular potato, cubed (for carbs + hashbrown flavour)

- 1/3 of capsicum, cut into thin strips

Directions:

1. Drizzle olive oil in a frying pan over a medium - high heat.

2. Pour onion into pan and cook until translucent (around 3 - 5 minutes).

3. Turn heat down to low to medium and add mushrooms, spinach and any other vegetables (such as capsicum). Cook for 2 -3 minutes.

4. Remove from pan and place into a bowl or tupperware container. Top with fresh tomatoes and avocado cubes.

5. Add halloumi strips to pan plus 1 -2 eggs if having them fried. Cook halloumi strip until slightly browned and then flip over to repeat on the other side. Cook egg until egg white is completely white and not runny.

6. Add halloumi and egg ontop of the vegetable mixture. Sprinkle salt & pepper on top and enjoy at home or on the go!


Variations:

- Want a quicker option? Boil eggs at the start of the week and then add 1 -2 of them on top of your vegetables

- Eggs can be whatever you like - scrambled, poached, fried, etc.

- To include some complex carbohydrates, cut 1/2 sweet potato/regular potato into cubes and place in the oven on 200c. Sprinkle salt, olive oil and herbs such as thyme ober the top and cook until golden brown

- Having it for lunch? Add 1/2 cup of cooked rice or 1x quick cup of rice

- For extra protein, place 1/3 cup of navy beans or chickpeas into a ziplock bag with 1/2 tsp of cumin, paprika and garlic powder and shake! Place at the bottom of the bowl before adding vegetables.







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