Healthy Breakfast : Soy yogurt, Banana, Buckwheat seeds, Fresh Blueberries & Goji berries with maple syrup, coconut oil and turmeric

Dec 12th, 2016
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Healthy Breakfast : Soy yogurt, Banana, Buckwheat seeds, Fresh Blueberries & Goji berries with maple syrup, coconut oil and turmeric

Buckwheat is an energizing and nutritious fruit seed.

  • Good source of magnesium, a mineral that has the property of relaxing the muscles and blood vessels, allowing better blood flow and good delivery of nutrients. Improves the cardiovascular system.
  • Rich in protein, easily digested, great substitute for meat.
  • Lower, sugar levels, helps people with diabetes.
  • Contains no gluten

Ingredients

1 cup soy yogurt, 1 banana, 2 tbsp buckwheat seeds, handful of fresh blueberries, a couple of hydrated goji berries, 1 tbsp honey, 1 tsp coconut oil and ½ tsp turmeric.

Directions

  • Preheat the oven to 150C.
  • Wash and soak the buckwheat seeds overnight.
  • In a small bowl, soak the dried goji berries in water.
  • In a large bowl, mix the soaked and drained seeds with coconut oil and maple syrup.
  • Spread the mixture on a baking tray and toast it for 45-50 minutes stirring occasionally.
  • When the buckwheat is crunchy, remove it from the oven and let it cool down.
  • In a separate bowl place the soy yogurt, banana, buckwheat seeds, blueberries and goji berries and sprinkle with turmeric.

Enjoy!

Note: The crunchy buckwheat can be prepared in a larger quantity and stored in a dry place to be ready to use for breakfast.


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Mouna

Bio

Mouna is a 200-hours Yoga Alliance registered teacher who also completed 200-hours Advanced Hatha Yoga Teacher Training with Master Yogananth. Mouna is an active member of Andiappan Yoga Community, teaching yoga to domestic helpers. Native of Morocco, Mouna has been immerged from a very young age in her rich traditional cuisine influenced by Berber, Moorish and Arab neighbors. Her mother, a fine cook continues the family traditions of distilling orange blossom, making olive oil, and preserved lemons. Mouna is passionate about simple, healthy and fusion homemade food recipes.

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