April 25, 2016

‘Breakfast is the most important meal of the day’ is a phrase that we all hear annoyingly often. And yet, it is a healthy tip worth bearing in mind. You would find yourself making better choices throughout the day, if you start your day off on a positive note, by making a health conscious choice to eat balanced fit-foodies for breakfast. That is why your morning meals have to be light and healthy, and at the same time highly nutritious and energizing, full of natural fibers and mainly plant-based proteins. A green smoothies is always a good breakfast idea (check out some of 2 Health App’s recipes for the perfect green smoothie here).


2Health App offers a variety of breakfast options for all types of tastes: veggies and eggs-based, fruit and nuts-based or juices and smoothies. Try to mix and match so you could have a different breakfast everyday, hence different sources of nutrients.


Today we are sharing 5 of our amazing quick breakfasts that will get you lean and green in no time. No matter which one you choose you can be sure that you have made the right choice. And always remember: proper nutrition is about beauty, happiness, glow and energy, not about loosing weight. 


1. Baked avocados with eggs, prosciutto and/or smoked salmon

(per 1 serving)



1 large avocado

2 organic free-range eggs

Some salt, black pepper and paprika. 

Some prosciutto and/or smoked salmon to top.

Chia seeds and pine nuts to top.



Take an avocado and cut it in two (if you’d like to add a little bit of a smoky taste leave the skin of the avocado; if not remove it carefully). Remove a small piece from the bottom of each avocado bed to flatten it.


Make a bigger hole and crack an egg in each one. Sprinkle with the spices and put in the oven for 20-25 min at 170 C (fan).


When ready top the avocado beds with some prosciutto and/or smoked salmon. Sprinkle chia and pine nuts.


2. Coconut pancakes

(per 2-3 servings)



½ cup coconut flour

1 cup almond flour

2 eggs

½ cup coconut water (or any nut milk that you fancy)

3 tbsp. melted coconut oil, plus more for the pan

3 tbsp. raw organic honey

¼ tsp. sea salt



Combine all ingredients in a mixing bowl until the mixture is all smooth and homogeneous. Make sure that there are no lumps.


Coat a pan with some coconut oil on medium heat and drop in 2 tbsp. of the mix. Cook for approximately 3 minutes and then flip.


Cook additional 2 minutes and remove from pan. These pancakes are ready when well-formed an easy to flip.


Top the pancakes with raw honey, maple syrup, homemade jam or/and any fruit that you fancy.


3. Veggie-mix breakfast

(per 1 serving)



½ cup red and green peppers, chopped

5-8 baby tomatoes, cut in two

1 sprig of mint

Handful of fresh spinach

1 cup of sugar snap peas

1 handful of sweet heart cabbage

20 gr. feta goat cheese

2-3 slices of ham (cut)

3 eggs (3 egg whites and 2 yolks; slightly whisk them)

Some black pepper and Himalayan salt

1 tsp. of coconut butter


To top up:

¼ avocado

1 tsp. of chia seeds

1 tsp. of pine nuts



Pre-heat the oil in a pan. When hot add all the veggies and spices, and cook for a few minutes (1-2min).


Toss the rest of the ingredients: the feta cheese, the ham and the eggs and cook for 2-3 more minutes.


Top up with some avocado, chia and pine nuts.


4. Exotic fruit salad

(per 2 servings)



1 pineapple

1 cup green grapes

1 mango

1 cup blueberries

2 tsp. almond flakes

Some honey



Cut the pineapple in half and hollow out both halves to make two bowls. Cut a piece off the bottom of the pineapple halves to create a flat base.


Cut the pineapple into small pieces and set aside in a bowl.


Cut the mango and the grapes, and add them, and the blueberries to the pineapple pieces. Mix well.


Put the fruits in the pineapple beds, sprinkle some almond flakes and drizzle with honey.


5. Superfoods Breakfast

(per 1 serving) 




1 pink lady apple (grated)

1 small peach

½ banana

3 tbsp. raspberries

3 tbsp. blueberries

3 tbsp. pomegranate

1 tsp. raisins

1 tbsp. superfoods mix (sunflower and pumpkin seeds, chia and linseed)

1 tbsp. cashew

1 tsp. raw honey

½ tsp. cinnamon 



Mix the cinnamon with the grated apple and put it as a base of the dish.


Start adding the rest of the fruit, cut in a way you fancy.


Top up with the superfoods mix, the cashew, the honey and the raisins.



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