5 Minute Summer DESSERTS FOR BREAKFAST! Vegan/Vegetarian, Easy, Healthy Recipes!  – Mind Over Munch

5 Minute Summer DESSERTS FOR BREAKFAST! Vegan/Vegetarian, Easy, Healthy Recipes! – Mind Over Munch

July 18, 2019 100 By William Morgan

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– Hey munchies.
I hope you’re having a wonderful week.
Welcome if you’re new.
I’m Alyssia and summer is heeeere, almost.
I wanted you to be ready,
so today I’m sharing
four easy desserts for breakfast
that take five minutes or less to prep.
First, I’m keeping it tropical,
but dessert for breakfast style.
A pineapple upside down mug cake.
Spray a mug and sprinkle
it with some coconut
or brown sugar.
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Add a pineapple ring to the bottom.
In another container,
mix an egg, coconut oil,
vanilla extract, almond
milk and pineapple juice.
Then, stir in your sweetener to integrate,
followed by oat flour.
If you use coconut or almond flour,
make sure to use a little bit less
since they are more absorbent.
Baking powder and salt.
Mix that in and then stir in
some chopped or fresh pineapple.
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Add the batter to your mug.
Microwave for two to three minutes.
Now, I found that two
minutes and 45 seconds
was about perfect for my microwave,
which is 1,000 watts.
But, of course, microwaves all vary.
When it’s done, it should be
soft and springy to touch.
Flip onto a plate.
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And enjoy with a cherry
and a drizzle of honey.
Of course, a real cherry
would have been nice,
but I actually couldn’t
find any when I filmed this,
so I was left with a
maraschino, but let’s be real,
those are delicious.
Moist, tropical, and it’s a really fun way
to have a portion controlled
piece of cake for breakfast.
Next, we’re cooling off with
a mango peach smoothie bowl.
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I add frozen mango, frozen
peach, frozen banana
and coconut milk to a
blender and let it rip.
Remember, you want this to be thick,
so you can eat it with a
spoon instead of drink it.
I top it off with coconut
flakes, chia seeds,
chopped pistachios and fresh fruit,
but you could use whatever you like.
Add texture and flavor to your bowl.
Man, this is bright and fresh.
Frozen fruit keeps this simple,
but it is summer, so feel
free to use fresh fruit
and then freeze for a full flavor punch
because remember that fruit
is more ripe when it’s sweet.
This is like a sorbet consistency,
so it fits right in with
dessert for breakfast.
Dig in.
Thumbs up if you’re enjoying
dessert for breakfast.
Let’s keep it going with
a breakfast banana split.
This couldn’t be easier.
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I split a banana in half and
lay it in a shallow bowl.
Yes, I am using a legit banana split bowl.
I added some berries in
between to create a cavity
and then scoop on some
yogurt into the middle
like ice cream.
I used Greek, but you could
use whatever you prefer.
Then, I layer on some more fruit, granola,
a drizzle of peanut butter
and honey or maple syrup
and it wouldn’t be
complete without a cherry.
This is such a fun way to
take your regular yogurt
and granola parfait
and kick it up a notch.
Why not?
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Okay, last but not least, we are taking
dessert for breakfast to a new level.
Berry oatmeal popsicles.
First, I stir oats and milk of choice
and cook them in the microwave
for one to two minutes.
Meanwhile, I muddle some
fresh summer berries,
which I can mix into the cooked oatmeal
with a bit of maple syrup to taste.
I then add those to my popsicle mold,
alternating with yogurt until filled.
Freeze four to six hours or overnight.
So, yes, before y’all hate on me,
these take five minutes to prep
and then you gotta freeze ’em.
Get over yourself and ya angry troll mat.
Why not have a popsicle for breakfast?
It’s a hot summer day.
We know oatmeal is great on its own.
With yogurt, with fruit and hot or cold,
if you’ve ever had overnight oats.
So, why not turn it into a popsicle?
It’s worth a try and
these actually amazed me.
It tastes like hot oatmeal,
but in frozen popsicle form.
It was super tasty.
I hope you enjoyed
these summer breakfasts.
Now remember, all of these
can easily be made vegan
if you use a dairy free
yogurt and maple syrup
instead of honey.
If you’re really getting
into the fresh summer vibe,
check out my smoothies recipes episode
from a few weeks ago.
There is a free ebook with it.
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I’ll see ya next week and remember,
especially when it comes
to dessert for breakfast,
it’s all a matter of mind over munch.