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Our Favorite Breakfast Recipes

 

While most adults do very well with fresh vegetable juice, BarleyMax or a smoothie for breakfast, our children usually need more sustenance early in the morning. Breakfast gives them the immediate fuel they need after rest. It can however get boring if you don’t get creative in the kitchen. Looking for a new breakfast option that prioritizes taste and nutrition? Try one of our favorite Hallelujah Diet recipes!

1. Whole Grain Blueberry Pancakes
Wake your kids up to the fresh scent of blueberry pancakes with this healthy recipe.

Ingredients:

11/2 cups spelt flour
1 cup oat bran
1 teaspoon baking soda
2 teaspoons baking powder – aluminum free
1 teaspoon cinnamon
1/2 teaspoon unrefined sea salt
2 cups almond or rice milk
2 tablespoon coconut oil
1 cup fresh or thawed frozen blueberries

Directions:

In a large mixing bowl, combine flour, bran, baking soda, baking powder and cinnamon until fully combined. Slowly add milk, coconut oil and blueberries, stirring until just mixed.

Heat the stovetop to 375 degrees and prepare a griddle with coconut oil.

Pour mixture in even circles over the griddle, flipping when edges appear crisp. Cook the pancakes’ opposite sides for a few more minutes.

Serve with organic butter by itself or with a touch of organic maple syrup. Enjoy!

Use fresh or frozen blueberries to create this dish.Use fresh or frozen blueberries to create this dish.

2. Smoothie Extraordinaire
As Hallelujah Diet staple, smoothies make a tasty treat anytime of day. Try this recipe for breakfast.

Ingredients:

3/4 cup clean water
2 celery ribs, chopped in chunks
2 cups spinach, packed
1 teaspoon BarleyMax original
1/2 of a frozen banana, cut into chunks
2 teaspoons virgin coconut oil
1 scoop Hallelujah Diet Orgono silica powder
2 ice cubes

Directions:

Place all ingredients in a blender, mixing until it reaches the perfect consistency. Pour into a glass and enjoy!

3. Creamy Almond Milk
Haven’t found the right creamy non-dairy milk for your cereal? Make your own almond milk with this recipe!

Ingredients:

2/3 cup raw almonds
1/3 cup unsweetened coconut
1 teaspoon sea salt
1 cup raw, organic rolled oats
1/2 gallon clean water
1 tablespoon pure vanilla or vanilla powder
2 tablespoons raw honey

Directions:

Place all dry ingredients in a blender, followed by the vanilla and honey. Blend, slowly adding the water, until mixture is smooth and creamy. Enjoy a fresh glass or pour it into your favorite organic cereal or granola. This recipe lasts one week in the refrigerator.

4. Raw Apple and Blueberry Cereal
A delicious cereal made of fresh fruits with no added sugars? You have to try this recipe!

Ingredients:

3/4 cup rolled oats
1/2 cup almonds
2 red or yellow delicious apples – peeled and cored
1 cup blueberries
1 cup apple juice
A sprinkle of nutmeg
A sprinkle of cinnamon

Directions:

Place all ingredients in a bowl, mixing until combined. Enjoy with your delicious homemade almond milk!

Pick your own apples this fall to create this dish!Pick your own apples this fall to create this dish!

5. Raw Granola
This breakfast treat by Rhonda Malkmus makes eating the most important meal of the day on-the-go easier than ever.

Ingredients:

1/2 cup buckwheat – soaked overnight, drained and dehydrated 24 hours
1/2 cup almonds – soaked overnight, drained, dehydrated 24 hours and chopped
1/2 cup oat groats – soaked overnight, drained and dehydrated 24 hours
2 tablespoons ground flaxseed
1/3 cup sunflower seeds
1/3 cup pumpkin seeds
1/3 cup organic raisins, Medjool dates, cranberries, and/or cherries
1/3 cup unsweetened coconut, dried and shredded
1/3 cup maple syrup or raw, unfiltered honey
1/4 cup coconut or flax oil
2 tablespoons distilled water
1 teaspoon ground cinnamon
A dash of ground nutmeg
A dash of unrefined sea salt

Directions:

Place all ingredients in a large bowl, mixing and tossing to evenly distribute. Store in an airtight container and enjoy!

6. Banana-Carob-Oatmeal Snack
Another quick and easier breakfast, this recipe is a kid favorite.

Ingredients:

2 bananas
1/4 to 1/2 cup raw oatmeal
1 teaspoon carob powder

Directions:

Place all ingredients in a food processor, blending until combined. If the mixture is too dry, add water to soften up the consistency.

Press mixture in a small container, then move to the refrigerator to form bars. Enjoy!

Comments

  1. Connie Gesser October 17, 2017

    Thank you for the breakfast recipes. They all look delicious. My favorite one is the Raw Apple and Blueberry Cereal. Great recipes for the fall season also.

  2. Jennifer October 18, 2017

    Children definitely need a good breakfast. My little girl is 4 and she wakes up ready to eat. Thank you for the healthy options for her.

  3. CAROLYN B CALHOUN September 10, 2019

    Thanks for these great recipies. I am especially fond of the smoothie and the granola breakfast cereal by Rhonda.

  4. Thanks for the great recipes. I am, and have always been, a breakfast person. Although I am a huge smoothie fan, I can’t wait to try the Raw Apple and Blueberry Cereal.

  5. I have discovered that I am extremely sensitive to tyramine and have major migraines from foods and drinks that contain it. Am I still able to live the Hallelujah lifestyle?

    • Melody Hord May 5, 2021

      Hi Tammy, What exact foods are triggering your migraines?

  6. Vicky May 10, 2021

    My husband has stage 3 kidney disease for about 10 years, and my recent blood tests said I was diagnosed with high potassium. The foods I like though are high in potassium so I eliminated these foods: avocado, bananas, dates, figs, prunes, nuts, sweet potatoes and wheat. What meals would be best for us? What supplements should we take? We are in our 70’s and have trouble with constipation.

    • Melody Hord May 17, 2021

      Hi Vicky!
      Hallelujah Diet does not give medical advice and there are no MDs employed at Hallelujah Diet.
      Many things can cause constipation. Eating foods that contain gluten may cause it. Poor GUT flora may cause it. Also, as we age, we may not produce enough HCL in the stomach or have enough enzymes. Also, a good fiber product, such as ground flax seeds, are very helpful to keep the intestines moving the food along. Drinking PLENTY of liquids helps cleanse the colon. I have found that blending and juicing my vegetables helps my stomach and digestive tract so much because it is really hard for the body to break down a fibrous wall.
      My dog was diagnosed with kidney disease. She was moping around. I did not accept what the traditional veterinarian said about her prognosis and took her to a holistic vet. With tinctures, herbs, probiotics, enzymes, activated charcoal, and apple cider vinegar and other things, she now acts like a puppy. I am so happy my husband and I decided to forgo the typical protocol and that hideous food they recommended she get. Perhaps there is a more holistic or functional doctor near you to better know what would benefit you and your husband.
      I have included a link to the Hallelujah Diet. Just click HERE. Fresh vegetable juice is a big part of the Hallelujah Diet. You can make the Hallelujah Diet your own by choosing which foods you want to include. If you are looking for a good book, may I suggest “God’s Way to Ultimate Health” by George Malkmus? https://shop.myhdiet.com/god-39-s-way-to-ultimate-health-book.html

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