Key ingredients for a good breakfast

30 June 2020

Why wait for the weekend for a marvelous breakfast? There’s no reason why you can’t give yourself an original, healthy start to every weekday too. Here’s how:

– Start the day with the rich taste of walnut drink, which works wonders with coffee, tea or cocoa powder (a much healthier alternative to chocolate drinks). You can also create a breakfast with fruit and vegetable drink! It’s easy and healthy as can be.

– Make sure you’re never without some good-quality bread. Wholegrain bread is especially good for you, thanks to its slow-release carbs (far healthier than refined carbs). The freezer is a great ally here: you can defreeze the bread for the next day or simply toast it directly from frozen in the toaster or pan. If you make your own bread, throw in some nuts and you’ll have a delicious walnut loaf, for example.

– Drizzle some extra-virgin olive oil on a slice of bread… and let your imagination run wild! Sliced tomato, sundried tomatoes, mozzarella, ricotta, Iberian cured ham, Roquefort, a mixture of avocado with manchego cheese and crushed nuts, or simply a pinch of salt. It all depends on how hungry you are and how much of a hurry you’re in. Above all, though, don’t forget that breakfast is the most important meal of the day!

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