Don’t miss these quick and healthy breakfast bites, perfect for those busy mornings
We’ve all heard the phrase ‘breakfast is the most important meal of the day’, but a recent survey has suggested that a quarter of UK adults skip morning snacking completely.
Start your day right, why not wake up to something nutritious, wholesome and tasty to keep you powered all morning?
Simple Fruit Salad
A selection of your favourite fruits diced or sliced and mixed is a tremendous treat for your AM!
Try adding segments of Valencia oranges to sliced apple, cut white table grapes, MD2 pineapple chunks, kiwi fruit and blueberries for a well-rounded and tasty breakfast.
Throw in a handful of seeds for added texture, protein and healthy fats!
Wholesome wholemeal blueberry and banana pancakes
By incorporating a handful of blueberries and a mashed banana into a simple wholemeal pancake batter mix, you can give your body the slow-release energy it needs to power you through until lunchtime.
Top your finished pancakes with a drizzle of honey for a lovely sweet finish.
Avocado toast in under five minutes
It’s easy to prepare and ticks several of your recommended daily intake boxes with a fantastic amount of nutrients.
While your bread is toasting under the grill, mash an avocado together with fresh coriander, a crushed garlic clove, chilli flakes, plenty of lime juice and then season to taste.
Spoon the mixture onto your warm toast and voila, ready in under five minutes.
Tropical pineapple porridge
Try adding lashings of dried coconut, pineapple chunks and kiwi fruit to your usual serving of porridge!
For a luxurious finish, spoon a generous heap of coconut cream onto your delicious oats.
Grilled Star Ruby grapefruit
Sprinkle a pinch of brown sugar across halves of Star Ruby grapefruit. Pop the grapefruit under your oven grill for 7-10 minutes until the sugar melts and becomes golden brown. Serve with Greek yoghurt and palm sized scoop of muesli.
The Jupiter Group is a leader in the global fresh produce market. Ranked 17th in the 2020 The Sunday Times HSBC International Track 200, Jupiter grows and supplies new and traditional varieties of grapes and citrus alongside melons, pineapples, limes, avocados and kiwi.