Juicy carrots, grated almonds or walnuts a generous portion of your favourite muesli or oats – that’s unarguably the most delicious way to start into your Easter Weekend.
These cake inspired Carrot Coconut Pancakes by Minimalist Baker Dana (see header pic) definitely do their inspiration source justice. Plus, they’ll make for the perfect vegan addition to your Easter Brunch Buffet.
Let your Carrot Cake Overnight Oats rest in the fridge while you sleep, like Nutritionist’s Christal suggests. Then, the only thing you’ll need the morning after will be a spoon. Win-win!
Cookies for breakfast – that almost sounds too good to be true, right? Well, not if you’re talking Chewy Carrot Cake Cookies by Monique over at Ambitious Kitchen ‘cause they’re packed with healthy ingredients to fuel you for your Easter Adventures.
What do carrot cake and cinnamon buns have in common? That’s right, cinnamon! And their amazing taste, of course. So why not go ahead and combine the two? That’s exactly what Katrina over at Warm Vanilla Sugar thought and voilà: Carrot Cake Cinnamon Rolls!
Walnuts, cinnamon, maple syrup, apple butter and raisins… reads like the ingredients-list for a truly tasty good morning! So go whip up some Carrot Cake Muffins powered by Back to her Roots and see for yourself what an utterly good morning can taste like.
Sent from heaven: Angela aka Miss Oh She Glows sure knows how to elevate our favourite morning dish. We highly recommend her Heavenly Carrot Cake Baked Oatmeal made with almond milk, dates and ginger. Yum!
Whoever hears the word “superfood” is more likely to think of chia seeds, maca, physalis, barley grass or goji berries. Only rarely would oats be found on this list. Yet the grain is considered one of the healthiest cereals of all and is thus a real “bedrock” in healthy nutrition.
Sleepyheads, beware! – If you like to spend a little more time in bed in the morning, but you still don’t want to skip breakfast, you’ve come to the right place. A secret tip for you: overnight oats. As the name already suggests, this healthy breakfast is prepared the day before with oats and fruit. […]
As the main ingredient of muesli or porridge, oat flakes are an indispensable part of many breakfast tables. They are also an important ingredient in sports nutrition, for example in muesli bars. They are considered a superfood and since they do not have to be transported halfway around the globe.
Nuts are excellent sources of nutrients – not only do they provide us with healthy fats, they also supply us with plenty of vitamins, minerals and trace elements. They should therefore not be missing in any nutritional plan. Nevertheless, many people label them as calorie bombs and avoid them in their diet in order to […]
Whether brown, blanched, roasted, as slivers, flakes or whole. With their sweet, mild taste, almonds are popular with many people. But what makes the almond such a multi-talent? How is it grown and where does the almond come from?
Our gastrointestinal system is probably one of the most complex systems in our body. Do you want to increase your well-being? Then promote intestinal health. What is a healthy gut and what positive effects do oatmeal have on the gut? We will answer all these questions and more in the following article.
For many, the first challenge for a healthy start to the day seems to be a sugar-free breakfast, as people are only too happy to reach for a roll with a sweet spread with their morning coffee. But that doesn’t have to be the case. There are many simple recipes with sugar-free foods that will get you ready for your day and give you a sweet treat. You can find everything in the article!
You want to have a healthy breakfast, but don’t know how? And you don’t want to compromise on taste? In our guide, you’ll find out how to start the day tasty and with all the important nutrients at the same time.
Especially on weekdays, time is more than tight in the morning. Every additional action throws the plan into disarray. But the time for a healthy breakfast is the most important. Because with a balanced and fibre-rich breakfast, every child starts the day happier, more concentrated and, above all, healthier.
Even our grandparents knew about the beneficial effects of the oat meal, and so the breakfast dish probably brings back old childhood memories for some. For some time now, the breakfast classic has been gaining popularity again and is finding its way onto the menus of hip restaurants and digital food blogs.
Strawberries, raspberries, blackberries, currants and cranberries – are they all the same or are there any differences? We will get to the bottom of this and clarify what to consider when buying berries. We will also explain why berries are good for health in general and for memory and heart in particular.