How To Make Raw Food Breakfast Fun

5 Fun Raw Food Breakfast Ideas

Raw food breakfast can be easy, fun and fast to do and has all nutritions and vitamins you need to start your day without cooking. Much more fun to do and if you have kids they will like it better than usual breakfast.

It is light and does not let you feel full, it is very juicy and has not as many calories. You will feel vital and have the feeling of doing something good for your health and body. The fresh ingredients are also beneficial for hair and skin. Have fun preparing.

 5 Raw Food Breakfasts You Might Not Have Thought Of

by Erin Volentine
These are a few of my favorite raw vegan breakfasts:

1. Fruit Mono-Meal

The simpler our meals are, the easier they are for us to digest. A meal of just one food is the easiest on digestion. This is very important in the morning because our digestion needs to “woken up” a bit before we begin to eat other heavier foods throughout the day.

Simply pick your favorite fruit and eat as much as you’d like. You’ll be surprised! Mono meals are some of the most satisfying meals I’ve ever had! Some of the best fruits to mono-meal on for breakfast include melons, mangoes, papaya, oranges, and grapes.

Okay, I know not everyone wants to eat just one fruit for breakfast, so I’ve got several more exciting options for you!

2. Fruit Cereal

How To Make Raw Food Breakfast Fun

3. Apple Banana No-Oatmeal
Ingredients, 3 bananas, 2 apples, 5 medjool dates, cinnamon, to taste, ¼ cup raisins

Preparation : Pulse-blend bananas, apples, dates, and cinnamon. Pour into a bowl and top with raisins.

4. Not Your Average Smoothie

Fruit smoothies are very popular — and for good reason. They’re quick and easy to make, packed with nutrition and antioxidants, and they’re perfect to take on the go.

But it’s easy to get stuck in a rut drinking the same smoothie every morning. Here’s one of my favorites to spice up any smoothie routine.

5. Berry Pomegranate Bowl

Find all recipes here> 5 Raw Food Breakfasts You Might Not Have Thought Of

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