Looking for super-fast superfood recipes? Well, you’ve come to the right place.
Even though most superfood recipes take a bit longer to make, you’ll find quite a few here that can be quick and easy to prepare. These are perfect for those hectic days when you barely have time to breathe.
My crowded days, with three kids to send off to school before rushing to work myself, leave me hard pressed to nourish my body and energize my mind. But eating healthy meals that are quick and easy to prepare is the only option when I want to keep going.
So for everyone else who’s overwhelmed by an exhausting and fast-paced lifestyle, or just plain busy, this collection of superfood recipes will make sure you’re eating healthily and taking care of yourself.
How Long Do They Take?
Most of these superfood recipes will take twenty minutes or less to make. They are also easy to prepare.
The dishes taste great and have all the important nutrients your body needs to keep you feeling great and full of energy. Try them out and you’ll soon be happy to give yourself 20 minutes every day in the kitchen because of the wonderful positivity it brings into your life.
Few of these recipes require prior preparation, such as soaking seeds overnight. But preparing the food itself won’t be difficult. Many of these superfood recipes take just 20 minutes or less to prepare. No kidding! I’ve timed it myself.
- Collect all the superfood ingredients you’ll need ahead of time.
- Keep all utensils and measuring devices handy.
- If you don’t keep searching for things while cooking, 20 minutes is all these recipes take.
- Multi-tasking is necessary; you’ll chop vegetables while rice is cooking, for instance.
So, are you ready for some delicious, healthy superfood recipes?
Superfood Recipe #1: Chia Pudding
It’s a common myth that chia seeds must be soaked for at least a few hours. No. These tiny seeds absorb liquid quickly, swelling as the water soaks in. Within ten minutes, it’s nicely gooey.
- Chia seeds – four tablespoons
- Blueberries, raspberries or strawberries – 1 cup
- Raw cacao powder – 2 teaspoons
- Honey – 2 teaspoons
- Maca powder – 1 teaspoon
- Nut milk – two thirds cup
Mix together these ingredients in a bowl. Keep aside a few of the berries for later. Stir ingredients well until nicely mixed. Chia seeds will soak up the nut milk. This takes just a few minutes.
Top up with the berries you kept aside, and your chia pudding is ready to eat. Quick, right?
Superfood Recipe #2: Avocado and Yoghurt Toast
Avocado with toast is yummy. And it’s also a healthy, nutritious meal. This recipe is a twist on a popular favorite.
- Bread – 2 slices
- Avocado – 1
- Coconut or soya yoghurt – 1 serving
- Lime juice
- Chilli flakes – 1 teaspoon
- Sea salt
- Fresh ground pepper
Toast the slices of bread. Cut the avocado and remove the stone. Scoop out the flesh with a spoon or butterknife. Place the avocado between slices of bread and mash the flesh into your toast. Add salt and pepper to taste.
Put the yoghurt into a bowl and squeeze in lime juice. Stir it nicely. Season with pepper and salt. Then top each toast with the lime yoghurt mix, sprinkling chilly flakes over it.
Superfood Recipe #3: Coconut Oat Pudding
Like Goldilocks says in the favorite fable, this is just right – in sweetness, in calories, and in satiation. A great way to start your day. Oh, and it cooks really fast, so you won’t even need 20 minutes to prepare this dish.
- Rolled oats – one third cup
- Coconut milk – one third cup
- Ground cinnamon – half teaspoon
- Maca powder – 1 teaspoon
- Fresh dates, finely chopped
- Dried coconut, desicated – 1 tablespoon
- Raisins – 1 tablespoon
- Chopped almonds – 1 tablespoon
Cook the oats, coconut milk, cinnamon, maca powder and chopped dates with a quarter cup of water in a saucepan. Stir over medium heat until the mixture is thick and creamy.
It will take around 6 or 7 minutes to cook. Pour into a bowl and top with raisins, almonds and shredded coconut. Enjoy a healthy, filling breakfast.
So, Let Me Know How You Liked Them
Try these three superfood recipes and let me know what you think.
When you’re on the go, running around without a break, dropping off the kids or picking them up, rushing to work or getting back home, being in meetings, catching a bus, train or plane, it’s easy to get exhausted – and left with little time or energy for cooking.
Some yummy, delicious, ‘good for you’ snacks and breakfasts like the superfood recipes we just discussed can be quick and easy to prepare. You’ll be done in a flash – and your body will love you!
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