How to make brekkie bowls that are quick, healthy and delicious

Aussies like to call breakfast ‘brekkie’ and I like to call anything in a bowl that I eat for breakfast, a brekkie bowl.

That incorporates smoothie bowls, acai bowls, porridge or oatmeal bowls, and really anything else that you eat from a bowl at breakfast.

Brekkie bowls for me are pretty much the best thing about breakfast. As I’m sure you know, breakfast is my favourite meal of the day.

And usually, the simpler, the better. My recipes are mostly quick, and easy, but they’re also healthy and great tasting.

Call these bowls what you like, I eat them a lot, and not always for breakfast! They’re great post workout, or just as an easy lunch or dinner too.

brekkie bowl

How to make a basic brekkie bowl

Keep the base simple by mixing a few spoonfuls of Greek yoghurt, with some honey and vanilla extract directly in a bowl.

Then top it with a handful or two of muesli or granola, some fresh or dried fruit, and your favourite nuts & seeds.

My favourite go-to combo is fresh banana and strawberries with either my TOASTED MUESLI or my BANANA MUESLI

It’s so easy to have a different bowl every day, just by swapping around the fruit, nuts, seeds and muesli or granola that you use.

 

Simply change the toppings of these delicious brekkie bowls for a different one every day

Tips to add variety to your brekkie bowls

Sometimes I do get out my NutriBullet and use a few more ingredients for a more traditional smoothie bowl.

When you’re blending, be sure to use frozen fruit for a thick, creamy consistency.

If you’re blending,you might like to try this
CREAMY MANGO CHIA PUDDING

And I’ve got a few more brekkie bowl ideas for you to try here:
3 SUMMER BREKKIE BOWLS

In Summer, you can blend your smoothie and then freeze it in popsicle moulds. I find this is an ideal treat when I’m hot and sweaty after the gym or a run.

Now here’s the best tip – you don’t have to miss out if you’re in a hurry and don’t have time to eat before you leave home.

Just blend up your smoothie in a portable shaker bottle, throw some muesli, or a handful of nuts & seeds into a container and put your bowl together later.

Free Brekkie Challenge

We all need some extra help and motivation from time to time, which is why I run my free brekkie challenge several times per year.

My motto is to keep it simple, healthy and delicious, so check out the recipes in this post for some of my favourite breakfast recipes.

Get the details here: FREE BREKKIE CHALLENGE

Or go ahead and sign up here and I’ll notify you when the next one starts.

Here’s the basic brekkie bowl recipe

 

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BASIC BREKKIE BOWL

My basic brekkie bowls are simply plain Greek yoghurt mixed with honey and then topped with fresh fruit, nuts & seeds.
Course Breakfast
Cuisine American, Australian
Keyword breakfast bowl, brekkie bowl, smoothie bowl
Prep Time 10 minutes
Total Time 10 minutes
Servings 1 bowl
Calories 149kcal

Ingredients

  • 3 dessert spoons plain Greek yoghurt
  • 1 tbsp honey
  • 1 tsp vanilla extract

Toppings

  • Fresh fruit, dried fruit, nuts, seeds, muesli, granola, coconut flakes

Instructions

  • Add the yoghurt to a bowl and stir in the honey and vanilla.
  • Add your favourite toppings and enjoy!

Recipe notes

Have a different bowl every day by using different fruits, nuts, seeds, muesli and granola.
 
Serving: 1person | Calories: 149kcal | Carbohydrates: 20.1g | Protein: 3.4g | Fat: 5.6g
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**NUTRITIONAL INFORMATION IS ESTIMATED AND SHOULD ONLY BE USED AS A GUIDE. 

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