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No Egg Breakfast
Red pitaya, commonly known as dragon fruit is the star ingredient of this dish. The vibrant, ruby red flesh has a beautiful sweet taste and texture, and really complements the earthy, sweet flavour of the baby beets. Berry Beet Pitaya Bowls, enjoy it for breakfast or as a dessert.
|baby beets, canned, drained||4|
|mixed berries, fresh||1 1/2 cups|
|pear, fresh, cored, diced||1|
|pitaya, red, peeled||1/2|
|ginger, fresh, grated||1 tsp|
|apple cider vinegar||1 tbsp|
|soy yoghurt, (flavoured or plain)||1 x 170g tub|
|protein powder, plant-based, vanilla||1/2 scoop (15g)|
|mint leaves, to garnish|
|goji berries, dried||1/2 cup|
|walnuts, crushed (optional)||1 tbsp|
|chocolate, dark, dairy-free, grated||1 tbsp|
|strawberries, fresh, chopped||1 cup|
|flaxseed meal||1 tsp|
Combine baby beets, mixed berries, pear and grated ginger in your blender. Pulse blend on high until smooth.
Add the flesh of the pitaya to the blender (use a spoon to scoop out the flesh), then add yoghurt, and vinegar. Place lid on top and blend well to combine.
Serve up into bowls or jars, top with goji berries, nuts and chocolate. Garnish with mint leaves, strawberries and / goji berries.
When ready to eat, stir in ½ scoop (15g) of vanilla protein powder per bowl. Cover and refrigerate leftover bowls. Best eaten in 1-2 days.
- Either cook your own beetroot, or use ready to eat pre-cooked baby beets found in the fresh produce section in most supermarkets.
- Protein powders will begin to denature, (lose its health benefits) if not consumed straight away. Best to stir in protein when ready to eat.
|Calories (per serving)||213 (15g protein powder)|
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