Here is another “Ready to eat probiotic breakfast” which can be prepared a night before or the same day. The best thing about it is that it doesn’t requires any cooking. Probiotic breakfasts are a great way to start the day as probiotics are good for the gut, and keep you feel light throughout the day.
- Aids in weight loss and management.
- Helps in strengthening of bones.
- Helps in managing blood sugar levels.
- Helps in managing cholesterol levels.
- Bolsters the immune system.
|Fresh curd||3/4 cup|
|Homemade granola||3/4 cup|
|Jaggery powder||1.5 tsp.|
|Cocoa powder||2 tsp.|
|Peanut butter||1 tsp.|
|Semi dark choco chips||Some|
|Coconut milk/ plant milk||50 ml|
- Firstly, strain the water out of the curd with the help of a sieve.
- Whisk the hung curd to smoothen its consistency.
- Hung curd is now ready.
- Now add peanut butter to it, and mix well.
- Now you can add cocoa powder and jaggery powder to it and mix well.
- Add Choco chips, almonds, raisins and keep mixing.
- If the consistency is too thick, add 1-2 tbsp of plant milk to even it out.
- For assembling, take a glass.
- Add a layer of granola at the bottom.
- And now add a layer of prepared mixture, and top it off with some more granola.
- Repeat the same step again, and your healthy probiotic breakfast is ready to eat.
- Garnish it with some more choco chips and nuts.
- Fresh curd is rich in calcium, vitamin B2, vitamin B12, potassium, and magnesium.
- Jaggery is rich in vitamin B, C, potassium, copper, and iron.
- Cocoa powder is rich in theobromine, which helps in reducing inflammation.
- Raisins are enriched with the goodness of iron, potassium, copper, vitamin B6, and manganese.
- Dates offer a significant amount of fiber along with a lot of micronutrients including iron, potassium, B vitamins, copper, and magnesium.
|330 Kcal||49 gm||8.5 g,||12.22 gm|
Calories= 165 Kcal/serve.