The beginning of the school year represents a great challenge for your children and for the whole family, since returning to the routine implies resuming schedules, meeting the new teacher and other new friends, homework, extra classes… everything can turn into chaos!
But the effort will be rewarded with a delicious low-calorie breakfast that will fill you up with energy.So, let's get to work and let's get it ready! We leave you three options.
1. OATS WAFFLES
Oatmeal is a cereal that, due to the amount of fiber and antioxidants it has, has become the favorite of those who lead a healthy lifestyle because it regulates intestinal transit and satisfies a voracious hunger for longer. Thus, it is the ideal ingredient for your little one to be concentrated. To prepare them, we leave you the recipe:
· 2 eggs cup butter, melted
· 1 tablespoon vanilla extract
· 1 cup of flour for pancakes
· 2 tbsp. sugar substitute
· 1 cup of oatmeal
· 1 cup of blueberries
· 1 cup of milk
· 1 cup of honey
1. Mix the flours with the milk and eggs until they form a uniform dough without lumps. While beating, add the vanilla and the substitute until well-integrated.
2. Heat the waffle iron, put butter and pour a little of the mixture over it. Cook for approximately 5 minutes or until you notice that the surface is browned. Reserve so it does not get cold and repeat until the dough is finished.
3. Serve with the honey and blueberries on top.
2. FRENCH TOAST MINI MUFFINS
The secret to this delicious breakfast is to replace sweet ingredients with sweetener, such as sugar, for sucralose. You can also look for a low-calorie hazelnut spread.
· 8 box breads divided into medium cubes
· Hazelnut spread with chocolate
· 2 tablespoons sucralose (sugar substitute)
· 1 tsp. melted butter
· Cinnamon powder to taste
· 1 cup of milk
· 3 eggs
1. Place the boxed bread cubes in a non-stick muffin tin and distribute.
2. In a bowl, beat the eggs with the sugar substitute, milk, cinnamon and butter until the ingredients are completely integrated.
3. With the help of a spoon, add a little of the mixture to the bread cubes so that they are completely moistened and try not to have an excess of liquid. Lastly, sprinkle some sweetener and cinnamon on them.
4. Bake for 15 minutes at 190º C or until the crust is golden brown.
5. Remove from the oven and wait for it to cool. Serve with a little hazelnut cream and diced strawberries.
3. YOGURT WITH DRIED FRUITS
A real treat for breakfast is yogurt, especially the Greek type, with dried fruits such as hazelnuts, walnuts, raisins or almonds. It is also super easy to prepare and very versatile. Prepare it with the secret ingredient, here is the list:
· Unsweetened Greek yogurt
· Big wave
1. Pour all the ingredients into a small bowl, the size of an individual serving. The secret to making your children love this breakfast is to sweeten it with stevia, as not all children like the dry and crunchy feeling of the seeds.
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