Almond Hemp Pumpkin Apple Ginger Breakfast Protein Bowl


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The Recipe

Yields 1 serving

1 cup unsweetened almond or soy milk

2 tbsp hemp seeds

2 tbsp pumpkin seeds, broken into smaller pieces

1 medium apple, diced

2 tsp pumpkin spice

1 tsp ginger powder

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Directions

1. Mix everything together in a bowl and eat right away before the apples get soggy – eat cold. You can microwave it to make it a little warm if you want, but I didn’t try this so I can’t vouch for the taste (the apples will definitely get softer if you microwave it).

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Blueberry Almond Breakfast Oatmeal

Being vegetarian/vegan, how much protein can we possibly eat? We’re known more for eating whole grains and my personal favorite is oats. Every morning, I make a new type of oatmeal, playing around with what I add into it to make it taste delicious. This morning, I made a blueberry almond oatmeal for breakfast that was both filling and delicious with added flaxseed, making it rich in omega-3 acids.

yumm crunchy and sweet

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The Recipe

Yields 1 Serving

Serving Size: 1 bowl

0.5 cup rolled oats

.5 cup water or almond milk (you can use your typical daily milk if not vegan)

50 raw blueberries washed

10 raw whole almonds (if you want, you can soak them overnight to make them softer)

1 tbsp flaxseed ground

1 tsp cinnamon powder

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Directions

1. Place the rolled oats into a bowl and pour in the liquid of your choice (milk or water).

2. Spoon in your tbsp of flaxseed and microwave the oats for 1-2 minutes until they are completely cooked.

3. The bowl will be hot so be careful when you take it out of the microwave. Sprinkle the oatmeal with your blueberries and almonds, and top everything off with cinnamon powder.