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Yoghurt banana honey cups for breakfast by Chef Ranveer Brar

Full of fibre and protein, this yummy breakfast item will help you get through the day.

Breakfast cereal is a staple breakfast option. In fact, one way of eating smart is to have cereal for breakfast at least five days a week to lose weight fast. A study published in the journal Advances in Nutrition in 2014 suggested several research papers on the benefits of consuming breakfast cereals regularly [1]. Following that, they concluded that regular breakfast cereal consumption could lower the body mass index and result in less risk of being overweight or obese. Moreover, breakfast cereal is convenient and can be eaten either hot or cold. Some add milk to make it more palatable and appetising while others add yoghurt and fruits to enhance the taste and nutrition value. Whatever may be your preference, this yoghurt banana honey cups made of whole wheat breakfast cereal will get you want to eat it every day. All thanks to Chef Ranveer Brar, Consulting Chef with Kellogg India for sharing the recipe.

Prep time: 10 minutes Total time: 15 minutes

Ingredients

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  • 1 cup whole wheat breakfast cereal, crushed
  • 1 cup hung yoghurt
  • 2 bananas, sliced
  • 1 tsp cardamom powder
  • 3 tbsp honey

Method of preparation

  • Scoop a layer of the whole wheat breakfast cereal in a bowl or jar.
  • Now whisk together the yoghurt, cardamom powder and add this mixture on top of the whole wheat breakfast cereal layer.
  • Then add the sliced bananas and honey.
  • Repeat the steps till you reach the brim. Also, try this spicy whole wheat breakfast cereal upma.

The protein in yoghurt will satiate you, the fibre in the breakfast cereals will keep you full, the banana added will give you the energy to get through your day and honey will provide you with the antioxidants to boost your immune system. These 7 breakfast mistakes are making you fat.

Reference:

[1] Williams PG. The Benefits of Breakfast Cereal Consumption: A Systematic Review of the Evidence Base. Advances in Nutrition. 2014;5(5):636S-673S. doi:10.3945/an.114.006247.

Image source: Kellogg India

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