How to get a good breakfast at home
A simple breakfast can be a healthy option for those who suffer from diabetes or who want a good snack on a busy morning.
Here are some of our favourite breakfast options to make the most of your mornings.1.
Indian Breakfast: A simple, healthy breakfast.
Photo credit: Shutterstock.com /K.R. Dhingra1.5 cups water1.3 cups sugar1/3 cup cinnamon2 tablespoons honey1.2 teaspoons turmeric2 teaspoons garam masala1/2 cup brown rice, washed, rinsed1 tablespoon vegetable oil1 teaspoon baking powder1/4 teaspoon baking soda1 teaspoon cinnamon2.5 eggs1 teaspoon cornstarch1 teaspoon ground flaxseed1 teaspoon sea salt1/8 teaspoon black pepper1/16 teaspoon ginger2 teaspoons dried chives2 teaspoons cinnamon2 teaspoons vanilla extract1/10 teaspoon turmeric1 cup oats, boiled 1/2 hour3 cups ground flours1 cup coconut milk, melted1 tablespoon of ground cinnamon1/5 cup unsweetened cocoa powder1 teaspoon ginger powder1 1/4 teaspoons turpeye powder1 tablespoon ground cinnamon2 eggs1 cup oatmeal1/6 cup water1 tablespoon sugar1 teaspoon salt1 tablespoon vanilla extract2 teaspoons ginger powder2 teaspoons garlic powder1 pinch of salt1 teaspoon turpey powder1 cup raisins, grated1/12 teaspoon of salt, or to taste2 tablespoons of coconut oil1/24 teaspoon salt, to taste1/18 teaspoon turpentine powder1.
In a large bowl, combine the water, sugar, cinnamon, honey, turmeric, garam mala, brown rice and coconut milk.
Add the egg and stir until the egg is incorporated.
Add spices to taste.
Add vanilla and turmeric.3.
Pour the mixture into a large baking dish.
Add coconut milk and stir to combine.
Bake for 30 minutes at 350°F (190°C).
Remove from oven and cool slightly.
If you like your breakfast a bit sweet, you can add a splash of hot water to the mix.