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Are you looking for an inspiration for healthy and at the same time, tasty snacks? Check out our 2 fitness recipes for a nutritionally balanced breakfast made of oats, protein and peanut butter. You will be surprised not only by its unique taste but also by its easy preparation that everyone can handle.
1. Fitness recipe: Quick overnight oats
We will need:
- 80 g of rye oats
- 40 g of grated coconut
- 1 ripe banana – approximately 150 g
- 5 tablespoons of whole milk
- 3 teaspoons of peanut butter
- 3 teaspoons of agave syrup
- 200 g of Greek yoghurt 0% of fat
- 15 g of strawberry protein True Whey
- 60 g of raspberries or nuts
First, we prepare the mixture for the first layer. In a bowl, we crush banana into a puree with a fork, then add oats, coconut, peanut butter, agave syrup and 5 tablespoons of whole milk. We mix everything together to a smooth mass and let stand at least 10 minutes. In the meantime, we prepare the mixture for the second layer by mixing the yoghurt together with the protein in another bowl. We let the prepared mass stand for a while as well.
Then we take two tall glasses and begin to layer the individual mixtures into them. We put about 1 cm layer of oats mixture on the bottom of the glass and then 1 cm layer of yoghurt with protein. We repeat the procedure to the top of the glass, finishing with the yoghurt mixture. We decorate the last layer with raspberries or chopped nuts. Then we put the glasses in the refrigerator overnight and eat them the next day as a tasty breakfast or protein snack. Bon appetite.
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2. Fitness recipe: Breakfast porridge with protein
We will need:
- 250 ml of whole milk
- 50 g of spelt (oat) flakes
- 10 g of protein Just Whey chocolate and coconut-flavoured
- 2 teaspoons of peanut butter
- 2 teaspoons of grated coconut
- 1 teaspoon of ground cinnamon
First, we boil the milk into which we add oat flakes, and boil rapidly for approximately 2 minutes while continuously stirring it. Subsequently, we ower the temperature of boiling point and add peanut butter, coconut, cinnamon and protein to the milk with oats. We cook everything together over a moderate fire for about 10 minutes or until the puree has reached the desired consistency. If the mixture is too thin, add a few more flakes into it. On the other hand, if it is too thick, dilute it with milk. We serve the porridge with fresh or dried fruit or chopped nuts. Bon appetite.
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