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  • Writer's pictureSimone Martin

Power breakfast for every day

A hot, balanced and healthy breakfast does not have to be complicated or take a lot of time. With a few tricks you can create a high-fiber breakfast out of simple ingredients, purely with the sweetness of fruits - making you fit for the day.

Ingredients for 1 portion

1 serving of seeded oatmeal or basic unsweetened cereals

1 apple

1 stick of butter or 1 tablespoon vegetable oil

1 handful of walnuts

4 dates

1 piece of ginger

3 tbsp yogurt

1/2 lemon

For topping (see picture)

Peanut butter

Dried sage

Bee pollen



Quarter the apple and cut into thin slices. Let it stew in the butter/oil together with the walnuts until golden brown. Cut the dates and ginger into small pieces and mix with the oatmeal or muesli in a deep plate or cereal bowl. Pour a good shot of boiled water over the top and let sit for a few minutes. Pour about enough water on top so that the oatmeal is slightly submerged in the water. After a few minutes, all the water should be absorbed.


I personally like to add some yogurt as a topping. Decorate the porridge with the warm apple slices and walnuts. Drizzle with a bit of lemon juice and garnish as desired. In this recipe I used a bit of dried sage, bee pollen and some peanut butter. Great alternatives or additions are honey, cardamom and any other 100% nut puree.


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