This Easter might be a little different from other Easter celebrations. Big family brunches are a no go and chocolate egg hunts in the park for the kids, also can’t happen. This year we do small brunches and egg hunts inside, with people from the same household. Also fun! Small celebrations can actually be lovely and intimate. And even if you have to spend Easter by yourself, you can maybe get creative and do a Face Time family/friend brunch. Use technology! It doesn’t matter how you are celebrating, but it does matter what you eat. Very important. Haha! This is why I created 2 super easy recipes, that I think are delicious and perfect for a brunch. I hope you will enjoy them.
2 sourdough bread slices
1 cup yogurt (I used Coconut Collaborative)
1/2 tsp cinnamon
1 small apple (grated)
2 tbs raisins
1/2 tbs pumpkin seeds
2 tbs almond butter
extra toppings: coconut, puffed quinoa (optional)
-Divide all the ingredients over the 2 slices of bread.
-Decorate them with some extra toppings if you like.
1/2 tbs chia seed
1 tbs pineapple (chopped)
2 tbs oat milk
1/2 tsp maple syrup (optional)
1 cup mango (frozen)
1/2 cup strawberries (frozen)
1/2 cup banana (frozen)
1/2-3/4 cup oat milk
1/2 cup oats
1 scoop vanilla protein powder (optional)
1 lemon (juice)
1 tbs maple syrup (optional)
1 fresh fig (cut in half)
extra toppings: (toasted) coconut, blueberries.
-Mix in the chia seeds, the 2 tbs of oat milk and the pineapple (and add maple syrup if you like).
-Put the frozen fruit, oat milk, oats, protein powder and the maple syrup in a blender and blend until smooth.
-Pour the smoothie in a nice bowl.
-Give the chia seed a last stir and add it on top of the smoothie bowl.
-Add the fig and the rest of the toppings.
If you decide to make one of these recipes for Easter (or any other day), please show me your creations via Instagram. You can tag me with @freedomevermore. Thank you! X