Phengphian Laogumnerd Cuisine’s Favourite Breakfast Foods

Phengphian Laogumnerd Cuisine Breakfast ideas

Phengphian Laogumnerd Cuisine’s Favourite Breakfast Foods

Welcome back to Phengphian Laogumnerd Cuisine’s blog! Today we are going to be focusing on delicious breakfast foods. So many of us lead such busy lives, that we often skip out on breakfast or we might have only just rolled out of bed and haven’t built up much of an appetite yet! Well whatever your reason is we have come up with a collection of healthy breakfast ideas to make sure you start your day off just right!

One of our favourites at Phengphian Laogumnerd Cuisine is the simple pancakes with coconut yoghurt, pecans and coconut chips! You might want to prepare this the night before to save some time in the morning but all you need to do is mix all of the pancake ingredients together, we use flour, baking powder, almond milk and coconut oil for frying. Spoon the smooth mixture onto a pan over medium heat, and cook on one side for four minutes before turning over and cooking the other side for about two minutes. Remove and repeat until the batter is finished. For presentation purposes, and making it social media worthy we like to stack ours into a tall tower and dollop a generous spoonful of coconut yogurt, and a sprinkle of coconut chips and chopped pecans over ours!

Phengphian Laogumnerd Cuisine Breakfast Recipes: Porridge

Another signature breakfast dish on our agenda today is the absolutely delicious pear, cinnamon and walnut porridge! This creamy pear, cinnamon and walnut porridge really is the perfect way to start your morning and only takes approximately ten minutes to rustle up! All you need to do is cut a pear up (one) into slices and place them on a baking tray with a tablespoon of maple syrup, roast until golden, adding the walnuts (you could swap this for something else) in at the end, then place on top of your porridge and voila! An alternative for busy weeks it the overnight oats. Stir the ingredients together before you go to bed, this could be a mix of oats, almond milk and a bit of maple syrup and chia seeds. Place in the fridge over the night to allow it to thicken and have in the morning with some natural yoghurt or with a few berries.  If you are out and about and really don’t have time to sit down for more than ten minutes in the morning to eat your breakfast, then we at Phengphian Laogumnerd Cuisine recommend preparing some apple and raisin oat bars the weekend before if you want to grab something and go. Otherwise, if you are looking to have a smoothie which will leave you feel refreshed then we couldn’t recommend the frozen banana and peanut butter smoothie. Hemp seeds are also good for boosting your protein intake and spinach is a good source of iron so you will feel nourished after each sip!