Little thinkers need some hearty sustenance. This is where a deliciously fresh, creative lunchbox with fruit, vegetables and whole grain comes in. These colourful fruit kebabs and other tasty treats are bound to get the kids excited during the summer.
This fruity power drink combines the sweetness of bananas and pears with a delicious almond flavour. A literally divine mix, which makes a perfect snack on warm days and keeps you full for longer!
For some people, breakfast is the most important meal; others are complete breakfast grouches. Opinions also vary on the type and size of the first meal of the day. Today, we look at some of the healthy breakfast foods that will get your day off to an energetic start.
A bar of chocolate here, a sandwich there – are you a typical “snacker”, who has constant cravings during the day and then quickly needs energy? One reason for this is that many people simply don’t eat breakfast in the morning. After just a few hours, they are hungry, lack concentration and feel tired.
You need some ideas for a healthy breakfast? Those five simple and healthy recipes for one week are quick to prepare and will help you find out what you like and what is good for you.
What is your healthy way to start the day? Proats could be a new breakfast idea for you! Try out our easy recipe for homemade proats.
Cupcakes for breakfast? No problem, if you prepare them in a healthy way. Our fruity Banana and Berry Breakfast Cups are made quickly and are ideal for a colorful and healthy brunch in spring!
A breakfast of homemade muesli is just the right thing for a healthy and nutritious start to the day. And it’s easy to make. A muesli provides all the important components of a healthy diet. We are fans of homemade muesli – the sky’s the limit when it comes to ingredients and you can simply try and combine whatever you like or whatever you are in the mood for. Below are some of our most popular recipes.
You’ve always heard breakfast is the most important meal of the day, but nearly 20% of the adult population is skipping out. Though eliminating a meal might seem like a step to losing weight, nutritionists and scientists agree this isn’t the case. A study in the Journal of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics suggests eating breakfast can play a role in maintaining a healthy weight, and choosing the best foods at breakfast is a step to meeting daily nutrient requirements and achieving overall health.