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Fruity Turmeric Breakfast Bowl

Fruity Turmeric Breakfast Bowl


Turmeric is known for its powerful anti-inflammatory properties

"I think turmeric is one of the greatest spices we can add to our diets, especially because of its recently discovered link with fighting dementia. This one works a charm." - Julie Montagu, The Flex Foodie.

Recipe excerpted with permission from cookbook Super Foods Super Fast: 100 Energizing Recipes To Make in 20 Minutes Or Less by Julie Montagu. Click here to purchase your own copy.

Ingredients

  • 1 x 400 Milliliter (about 1 cup) coconut milk, refrigerated overnight
  • ½ banana, roughly chopped
  • ½ green apple, cored and roughly chopped
  • 1 Teaspoon ground ginger or grated fresh ginger
  • 1 Teaspoon ground or freshly grated turmeric
  • 100 Grams (1 cup) strawberries, chopped
  • 100 Grams (3/4 cup) blueberries
  • honey, for drizzling

Rise and shine! Breakfast is the most important meal of the day, yet some of us still skip it in favour of an extra 10 minutes in bed. If you’re not a ‘breakfast person’, you’re probably feeling uninspired by your regular cereal and toast. You don’t need to be a top-quality chef or experimental foodie to make an easy, balanced breakfast, so why not try something new that also gives you a taste of turmeric in the morning?

Turmeric is a very versatile spice. It can be used in savoury recipes, such as turmeric eggs and curries, but it can also be used in sweet recipes such as pancakes and smoothies. It has a naturally sweet, earthy flavour that doesn’t overpower, but complements its other recipe components. This is why it is used alongside other spices like ginger and pepper they taste great together, but they also have combined health benefits (trust us, we’ve look at the science).

Try out some of these delicious and super-simple turmeric breakfast recipes that, with a few simple tweaks, adds extra goodness into your diet.


Rise and shine! Breakfast is the most important meal of the day, yet some of us still skip it in favour of an extra 10 minutes in bed. If you’re not a ‘breakfast person’, you’re probably feeling uninspired by your regular cereal and toast. You don’t need to be a top-quality chef or experimental foodie to make an easy, balanced breakfast, so why not try something new that also gives you a taste of turmeric in the morning?

Turmeric is a very versatile spice. It can be used in savoury recipes, such as turmeric eggs and curries, but it can also be used in sweet recipes such as pancakes and smoothies. It has a naturally sweet, earthy flavour that doesn’t overpower, but complements its other recipe components. This is why it is used alongside other spices like ginger and pepper they taste great together, but they also have combined health benefits (trust us, we’ve look at the science).

Try out some of these delicious and super-simple turmeric breakfast recipes that, with a few simple tweaks, adds extra goodness into your diet.


Rise and shine! Breakfast is the most important meal of the day, yet some of us still skip it in favour of an extra 10 minutes in bed. If you’re not a ‘breakfast person’, you’re probably feeling uninspired by your regular cereal and toast. You don’t need to be a top-quality chef or experimental foodie to make an easy, balanced breakfast, so why not try something new that also gives you a taste of turmeric in the morning?

Turmeric is a very versatile spice. It can be used in savoury recipes, such as turmeric eggs and curries, but it can also be used in sweet recipes such as pancakes and smoothies. It has a naturally sweet, earthy flavour that doesn’t overpower, but complements its other recipe components. This is why it is used alongside other spices like ginger and pepper they taste great together, but they also have combined health benefits (trust us, we’ve look at the science).

Try out some of these delicious and super-simple turmeric breakfast recipes that, with a few simple tweaks, adds extra goodness into your diet.


Rise and shine! Breakfast is the most important meal of the day, yet some of us still skip it in favour of an extra 10 minutes in bed. If you’re not a ‘breakfast person’, you’re probably feeling uninspired by your regular cereal and toast. You don’t need to be a top-quality chef or experimental foodie to make an easy, balanced breakfast, so why not try something new that also gives you a taste of turmeric in the morning?

Turmeric is a very versatile spice. It can be used in savoury recipes, such as turmeric eggs and curries, but it can also be used in sweet recipes such as pancakes and smoothies. It has a naturally sweet, earthy flavour that doesn’t overpower, but complements its other recipe components. This is why it is used alongside other spices like ginger and pepper they taste great together, but they also have combined health benefits (trust us, we’ve look at the science).

Try out some of these delicious and super-simple turmeric breakfast recipes that, with a few simple tweaks, adds extra goodness into your diet.


Rise and shine! Breakfast is the most important meal of the day, yet some of us still skip it in favour of an extra 10 minutes in bed. If you’re not a ‘breakfast person’, you’re probably feeling uninspired by your regular cereal and toast. You don’t need to be a top-quality chef or experimental foodie to make an easy, balanced breakfast, so why not try something new that also gives you a taste of turmeric in the morning?

Turmeric is a very versatile spice. It can be used in savoury recipes, such as turmeric eggs and curries, but it can also be used in sweet recipes such as pancakes and smoothies. It has a naturally sweet, earthy flavour that doesn’t overpower, but complements its other recipe components. This is why it is used alongside other spices like ginger and pepper they taste great together, but they also have combined health benefits (trust us, we’ve look at the science).

Try out some of these delicious and super-simple turmeric breakfast recipes that, with a few simple tweaks, adds extra goodness into your diet.


Rise and shine! Breakfast is the most important meal of the day, yet some of us still skip it in favour of an extra 10 minutes in bed. If you’re not a ‘breakfast person’, you’re probably feeling uninspired by your regular cereal and toast. You don’t need to be a top-quality chef or experimental foodie to make an easy, balanced breakfast, so why not try something new that also gives you a taste of turmeric in the morning?

Turmeric is a very versatile spice. It can be used in savoury recipes, such as turmeric eggs and curries, but it can also be used in sweet recipes such as pancakes and smoothies. It has a naturally sweet, earthy flavour that doesn’t overpower, but complements its other recipe components. This is why it is used alongside other spices like ginger and pepper they taste great together, but they also have combined health benefits (trust us, we’ve look at the science).

Try out some of these delicious and super-simple turmeric breakfast recipes that, with a few simple tweaks, adds extra goodness into your diet.


Rise and shine! Breakfast is the most important meal of the day, yet some of us still skip it in favour of an extra 10 minutes in bed. If you’re not a ‘breakfast person’, you’re probably feeling uninspired by your regular cereal and toast. You don’t need to be a top-quality chef or experimental foodie to make an easy, balanced breakfast, so why not try something new that also gives you a taste of turmeric in the morning?

Turmeric is a very versatile spice. It can be used in savoury recipes, such as turmeric eggs and curries, but it can also be used in sweet recipes such as pancakes and smoothies. It has a naturally sweet, earthy flavour that doesn’t overpower, but complements its other recipe components. This is why it is used alongside other spices like ginger and pepper they taste great together, but they also have combined health benefits (trust us, we’ve look at the science).

Try out some of these delicious and super-simple turmeric breakfast recipes that, with a few simple tweaks, adds extra goodness into your diet.


Rise and shine! Breakfast is the most important meal of the day, yet some of us still skip it in favour of an extra 10 minutes in bed. If you’re not a ‘breakfast person’, you’re probably feeling uninspired by your regular cereal and toast. You don’t need to be a top-quality chef or experimental foodie to make an easy, balanced breakfast, so why not try something new that also gives you a taste of turmeric in the morning?

Turmeric is a very versatile spice. It can be used in savoury recipes, such as turmeric eggs and curries, but it can also be used in sweet recipes such as pancakes and smoothies. It has a naturally sweet, earthy flavour that doesn’t overpower, but complements its other recipe components. This is why it is used alongside other spices like ginger and pepper they taste great together, but they also have combined health benefits (trust us, we’ve look at the science).

Try out some of these delicious and super-simple turmeric breakfast recipes that, with a few simple tweaks, adds extra goodness into your diet.


Rise and shine! Breakfast is the most important meal of the day, yet some of us still skip it in favour of an extra 10 minutes in bed. If you’re not a ‘breakfast person’, you’re probably feeling uninspired by your regular cereal and toast. You don’t need to be a top-quality chef or experimental foodie to make an easy, balanced breakfast, so why not try something new that also gives you a taste of turmeric in the morning?

Turmeric is a very versatile spice. It can be used in savoury recipes, such as turmeric eggs and curries, but it can also be used in sweet recipes such as pancakes and smoothies. It has a naturally sweet, earthy flavour that doesn’t overpower, but complements its other recipe components. This is why it is used alongside other spices like ginger and pepper they taste great together, but they also have combined health benefits (trust us, we’ve look at the science).

Try out some of these delicious and super-simple turmeric breakfast recipes that, with a few simple tweaks, adds extra goodness into your diet.


Rise and shine! Breakfast is the most important meal of the day, yet some of us still skip it in favour of an extra 10 minutes in bed. If you’re not a ‘breakfast person’, you’re probably feeling uninspired by your regular cereal and toast. You don’t need to be a top-quality chef or experimental foodie to make an easy, balanced breakfast, so why not try something new that also gives you a taste of turmeric in the morning?

Turmeric is a very versatile spice. It can be used in savoury recipes, such as turmeric eggs and curries, but it can also be used in sweet recipes such as pancakes and smoothies. It has a naturally sweet, earthy flavour that doesn’t overpower, but complements its other recipe components. This is why it is used alongside other spices like ginger and pepper they taste great together, but they also have combined health benefits (trust us, we’ve look at the science).

Try out some of these delicious and super-simple turmeric breakfast recipes that, with a few simple tweaks, adds extra goodness into your diet.