I’ve adapted this recipe from Daniel Davey’s book “Eat up and Raise your game”. I have been having this for breakfast for the last 6 or 7 months, often with little twists to freshen it up but here I will go through the basics. This breakfast takes your ordinary breakfast cereal oats to the next level of nutrition with a balanced protein, fat, carbohydrate and fiber profile for just under 300 calories. A good spend that will keep you going right up until lunchtime with steady blood glucose levels.
This recipe serves 2 but I always double it to get 4 beautiful brekkies, all ready to go with minimal work. There is no cooking here, just assembling the ingredients together and leaving them to get to know each other overnight, ready to be devoured the next morning. It could not be simpler. Let’s go!
Ever wonder why you go to the gym? Or why you get up early to write another few crappy pages for that book you want to publish? Or why you bother to cook a healthy meal? Or why you continue to make sales calls when you never get a response? Or wonder why the weight scales is not moving? Or maybe you do none of those things and you are fine with that?
Whichever side of the fence you find yourself, you are likely experiencing what I call the compounding effect.
When it comes to a weekly staple in my diet, look no further than this mixed bean chilli. It features on my food plan most weeks and the weeks when it’s not on there, some variation of it usually shows up.
This takes about 30 minutes all in, serves 5 and delivering a nutrient dense punch of protein and fibre for only 252 calories per portion, this one should be on your to cook list.