What’s better than a bowl of porridge, oats, or yogurt? The addition of a breakfast topping, right? This mixture of so called ”superfoods” is the perfect topping for whenever you feel like your bowl could use a punch of healthy fats without changing the taste and recipe too much. I even sprinkle this breakfast topping over icecream and loved it.
According to for example dr. Greger it’s important to grind the flaxseeds before consuming them for better absorption and optimal benefits. You could say dr. Greger is pretty excited about ground flaxseeds. You can buy pre-ground flaxseeds in the store but I find it a little effort to do it myself. And so this breakfast topping was created… I added more of my favorite toppings such as pumpkinseeds, chia seeds, and sunflowers seeds.
The best thing about this breakfast toppping is that I eat way more chia seeds and flaxseeds than ever before. I keep on adding teaspoons of this topping without changing the taste of my breakfast. This breakfast topping tastes sweet and nutty with a slight hint of flaxseeds. Oh… and as a habit I keep my nuts, seeds and also my ground flaxseeds in the fridge. Am I the only doing that?
If you have a food processor or a coffee grinder (a blender might work in small batches), I hope you will make this breakfast topping. I’m on to my 3rd Mason jar and I’m not planning to stop this new addiction any time soon.
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This breakfast topping is truly all I ever wanted for breakfast. This mixture with different superfoods make that oat porridge or yogurt bowl that much better. This mixture with flaxseeds and chia seeds, gojiberries and more seeds are a staple in my pantry these days.
- Place all ingredients in a food processor or coffee grinder and pulse until well grounded. Place in a jar and store in the fridge.
topping use suggestions:
for a breakfast bowl this topping is great with:
fresh or frozen fruits
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