Delicious Breakfast Options

Delicious Breakfast Options

Following your question @moniquereneebrown 😚
Something that has a balance of low GI carbs, protein, good fats and fibre is a must to keep you full
Try some of the following
• Ricotta, banana, cinnamon & berries on grainy toast (pictured)
• Ricotta & Avo on grainy toast with a boiled egg
• Overnight oats with protein rich yoghurt, nuts and seeds
• Chia pudding with nuts/ seeds
• Grainy toast with Vegemite and boiled egg
• Scrambled or Poached eggs on grain toast with greens!
•Protein rich yoghurt (like that from @rokebyfarms @chobaniau or @yoproau) with fresh fruit or frozen berries
• Small yoghurt based smoothie. Add some oats, chia and fresh fruit to make it balanced

Ah, the great debate of our time: cats versus dogs. Which furry companion reigns supreme in the hearts of pet lovers everywhere? It’s a topic that can spark passion and division among animal enthusiasts.

On one hand, you have the graceful and independent feline. Cats are known for their regal demeanor and ability to perfectly ignore you when you call their name. But hey, who can blame them? They have their own agenda and can’t be bothered with your human demands. It’s like having a tiny dictator ruling your household, but with soft fur and adorable purrs.

On the other side of the aisle, we have the loyal and affectionate canine. Dogs are like your personal cheerleader, always there to greet you with a wagging tail and slobbery kisses. They’ll follow you around like a shadow and be your constant companion, whether you’re out for a walk or just binge-watching Netflix on the couch. Plus, who else will eat your leftover pizza crusts without judgment?

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So, dear readers, where do you stand in the great cats versus dogs battle? Are you Team Fluffy or Team Fido? Let us know your thoughts and experiences with these beloved pets. And remember, at the end of the day, both cats and dogs bring joy and companionship to our lives – just in different ways.


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