So, you may been asking: “What? Chocolate soup? For Breakfast!” Hahahaha , Yeah right?!
Well basically it’s a porridge-kind-of-thing!
Or maybe is more like a chocolate pudding…
The fact is that is delicious, guilt free, nutritious and super easy to do. And you may say: ”yeah… and it also flies!”
Well, almost! ??
Jokes apart, I’m pretty proud about how my “latenight” – “earlymorning” idea came out.
Ok, but first I need to make you understand what is all about.
I might already mention it in an older post that my devotion to the kitchen caused me some nasty issues. I gained some weight that I happily loose it by now, but the most annoying thing that happened to me was feeling exhausted and without energy.
For a couple of years now I’m all about organic and knowing exactly what I’m eating (with some exceptions :D) . And the way I lost weight was by totally changing my eating habits, eating healthily, that means nothing fried, no sugar, lots of fruits and vegetables, only organic food.
But you know, for somebody like me who really love food and by food I mean dessert ( I could live by just eating sweet dishes), cravings are something that I’m very familiar to.
I base my healthy eating on 6 days of super clean eating and one day (usually Sunday) that I can eat whatever I like (obviously regulating myself with the amount and not exaggerating).
But during the week (mostly for breakfast) as I said I often crave for something like CHOCOLATE, just for example.
So the other night after having reviewed the basics of a healthy balanced diet, I started thinking about what I could eat in the morning that met all my criteria: delicious, nourishing, healthy, nutritious, chocolatey, chocolatey, chocolatey.
The idea came to me around 3 am (I usually sleep at that hour but it was Friday night).
In the blender I put a banana, milk and cocoa. Blend it. I put it in a bowl with oatmeal. Mixed well, and I left it in the fridge overnight. Delicious! The banana was very sweet so no sugar, cocoa gave it a taste of amazing chocolate, and the oats made me feel filled. Perfect! Now I eat dairy, but you can substitute milk with anything, even with water. Is the banana that does the magic. I finished all the seeds, but I’ve now bought them back and I also add flaxseed, pumpkin and sunflower seeds.
You need to try it!
And if you add chia seeds it become a real pudding. But I enjoyed the quite a lot the “soup” version.
Let me know!
If you make my Chocolate Banana Soup Breakfast Recipe, be sure to take a photo and tag me @onlinefoodblog on Instagram or Twitter. I would love nothing more than to see your creations!
1 Banana 2 – 3 tablespoons Cocoa 6 Tablespoons Milk ( or whatever substitute you prefer, or just water) 6 tablespoons 3 tablespoons Oatmeal Try out our Chocolate Banana Soup Breakfast Recipe and post your results below in the comments…
How to make Chocolate Banana Soup Breakfast
2 – 3 tablespoons Cocoa
6 Tablespoons Milk ( or whatever substitute you prefer, or just water) 6 tablespoons
3 tablespoons Oatmeal
Try out our Chocolate Banana Soup Breakfast Recipe and post your results below in the comments…