Weird Breakfast!

Lately I’ve been eating more sweet potatoes and sometimes I feel like eating them for breakfast!

For my sweet potatoes, I cut them up and leave the skin on for more nutrients. Then I boil them for about 10 minutes to soften them a bit. After I strain the water from them, I add my spices to it, which varies depending on how I feel for that day lol!

Today I added a very small sprinkle of pink Himalayan salt, cayenne pepper because I like spicy, roasted black sesame seeds, and chopped up dill! It is so delicious!

With my sweet potatoes, I had some of a green smoothie that I made the other day. Here are the ingredients:

Banana, carrots, pear, kale, capful of apple cider vinegar, hemp seeds, and water. This green smoothie is the bomb!

Have you eaten sweet potatoes for breakfast?

Or what is something “weird” that you eat for breakfast?

What is your favorite green smoothie recipe?

What’s In This Fruit Smoothie?!

I haven’t had a fruit smoothie in a while so I decided to make one this morning!

Here are the ingredients and their benefits:

-Strawberries: contains vitamin C which is great for immune system and skin health

-Bananas: contains vitamin B6 which helps maintain a healthy immune system, contains potassium which helps control high blood pressure

-Kiwi: helps reduce blood clotting, aids in better digestion

Maca powder: boosts energy and endurance

Chia seeds: has high fiber and protein content

Greek yogurt: contains probiotics for better gut health

Spring mix greens: rich in folic acid, iron, and vitamins A, C, K, and B6

Black seed oil: high in antioxidants and may lower blood sugar levels

I added a handful of strawberries, one banana, one kiwi, 1/2 cup of greek yogurt, 1 tsp of chia seeds, 1 tsp Maca powder, 1/4 tsp black seed oil(has a very strong taste so be careful lol), a handful of spring mix greens, and a little water to help everything blend well!

I’ve never tried this combo before but it was pretty good!

*Make sure to check with your doctor before adding anything new to your diet*

Sources: blog.sigonas.com, healthline.com, yogurtinnutrition.com