How to make a vegan breakfast that rocks!
This is what I had for breakfast and it's Joshua's favorite at the moment.
How do you make it?
1 cup fresh or frozen fruit (I use frozen mixed berries because it's winter in Canada and the fresh berries are not local)
1/4 cup rolled oats or granola
1/2 cup unsweetened shredded coconut
1 Tablespoon agave nectar (or maple syrup)
3 Tablespoons water
a handful of raw, unsalted almonds
1. Put the berries in a small pot on low heat with the agave nectar or maple syrup.
2. Stir it until the juices start coming out (a couple of minutes)
3. Stir in the coconut, rolled oats and water.
4. Serve and top with chopped raw almonds.
Easy as pie! (OK easier than pie). It has a wonderful flavour and texture so try it yourself. Your kids will love it and the sugar content is minimal. You don't really have to cook it, especially if the berries are fresh. You just want the juices to come out to mix with the coconut and oats, so you can simply press them with a fork instead of heating it. This recipe serves 1 so adjust it with the number of people you are making it for.
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