It's been such a busy past few weeks! I have hardly had time to post or even eat substantial amounts until dinner time every day. In times like this - where I know lunch will be a later meal - I make sure to have a breakfast that will keep me full and hold me over for the entire afternoon.
This breakfast does just that! Carbs, fat and protein all in one - without sacrificing flavor or taking too long to make!
I love the combination of fruit and any type of nut butter on toast. You may recall my post a while back for Blueberry and Almond Butter Toast. You could say this is a spin off of that! Peanut butter and banana is a classic combination (Elvis, anyone?). I could have added honey, but the banana already added sweet to the semi-salty peanut butter. So I went with bee pollen instead - adding an unexpected but very delicious earthy flavor!
I bought bee pollen at my local farmers market, but I have seen it start to pop up in many grocery stores. If you can't find it anywhere you could replace it with honey for more sweetness or hemp seeds/flax seeds if you still want that earthy crunch.
Peanut Butter, Banana, and Bee Pollen Toast
Prep Time: 3 minutes
Cook Time: 2-5 minutes (depending on your preferred toast done-ness)
Servings: 1 person
You Will Need:
What is your favorite fruit and nut butter combination?
Ali is a Brooklyn based blogger and student Health Coach with the Institute of Integrative Nutrition, providing you with healthy recipes to inspire you to cook more at home! She is a firm believer in knowing that eating healthy can be made easy and inexpensive if you simply know how to cook. Whether you are looking for easy weeknight recipes, delicious snacks, or want to try something new, Ali's recipes are easy to follow at all skill levels! For more info about Ali and her offerings, check out the About page.