This quick & easy to make Immune-Boosting Tropical Breakfast Bowl is packed with nutrition from
Immune-Boosting Tropical Breakfast Bowl
For me – breakfast is non-negotiable. Particularly one that is high in protein and heart-healthy fats.
Over time, I have found that I have to eat a high protein breakfast or else I will be starving by noon, and that’s never pretty.
This recipe is perfect because it does not take a lot of work to make, it can be ready in less than five minutes you have a delicious and nutritious meal you can take on the run with you.
To get my protein, I prefer to stir in unflavored collagen peptides to my homemade dairy-free yogurt.
Making a Breakfast Bowl
I think we can all agree that food just tastes better when it looks better – right?
While this Immune Boosting Tropical Breakfast Bowl looks fancy, it is nothing more than yogurt and fruit put together with a little creativity.
But don’t worry if you don’t have time for creativity or Instagram worthy bowls – this tastes delicious no matter how you present it.
Plus this bowl is packed with nutrition and immune-boosting ‘superfoods’ that are high in vitamins, minerals & antioxidants.
A Healthy Breakfast Option
Luckily I can still eat a healthy meal while throwing it all together quickly, and this tropical breakfast bowl is just as healthy as it is delicious.
The foundation of this breakfast is homemade dairy-free coconut milk yogurt mixed with collagen protein powder which is packed with protein and free of both artificial sweeteners and refined sugars.
If you are currently following the AIP diet, be sure to check out these other delicious AIP-breakfast recipes.
Tips to Prepare This Immune Boosting Breakfast Bowl
I already had all of this fruit cut in my refrigerator which makes putting this breakfast together super quick on busy mornings.
I always tell the women I am working with that the key to developing a successful happy & healthy lifestyle involves a lot of preparation.
My simple tip is to cut all of your fruit when you get home from the grocery store, that way you will always have a readily available snack or a tasty breakfast like this.
Plus all of these tropical fruits are bursting with vitamin C which can help support a healthy immune system, especially during the winter months.
To Make This Recipe AIP-Friendly
This recipe is naturally Paleo-friendly but requires a few modifications to make it AIP-friendly.
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- In a large bowl, mix together the yogurt and maple syrup.
- Top with kiwi and mango.
- Garnish with goji berries, chia seeds, raw cacao nibs if using.
To make this recipe AIP-friendly, omit the goji berries, chia seeds, and raw cacao nibs during the elimination phase.