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  • Hey munchies.

  • I hope you're having a wonderful week.

  • Welcome if you're new.

  • I'm Alyssia and summer is heeeere, almost.

  • I wanted you to be ready, so today I'm sharing

  • four easy desserts for breakfast

  • that take five minutes or less to prep.

  • First, I'm keeping it tropical,

  • but dessert for breakfast style.

  • A pineapple upside down mug cake.

  • Spray a mug and sprinkle it with some coconut

  • or brown sugar.

  • Add a pineapple ring to the bottom.

  • In another container, mix an egg, coconut oil,

  • vanilla extract, almond milk and pineapple juice.

  • Then, stir in your sweetener to integrate,

  • followed by oat flour.

  • If you use coconut or almond flour,

  • make sure to use a little bit less

  • since they are more absorbent.

  • Baking powder and salt.

  • Mix that in and then stir in

  • some chopped or fresh pineapple.

  • Add the batter to your mug.

  • Microwave for two to three minutes.

  • Now, I found that two minutes and 45 seconds

  • was about perfect for my microwave,which is 1,000 watts.

  • But, of course, microwaves all vary.

  • When it's done, it should be soft and springy to touch.

  • Flip onto a plate.

  • And enjoy with a cherry and a drizzle of honey.

  • Of course, a real cherry would have been nice,

  • but I actually couldn't find any when I filmed this,

  • so I was left with a maraschino, but let's be real,

  • those are delicious.

  • Moist, tropical, and it's a really fun way

  • to have a portion controlled piece of cake for breakfast.

  • Next, we're cooling off with a mango peach smoothie bowl.

  • I add frozen mango, frozen peach, frozen banana

  • and coconut milk to a blender and let it rip.

  • Remember, you want this to be thick,

  • so you can eat it with a spoon instead of drink it.

  • I top it off with coconut flakes, chia seeds,

  • chopped pistachios and fresh fruit,

  • but you could use whatever you like.

  • Add texture and flavor to your bowl.

  • Man, this is bright and fresh.

  • Frozen fruit keeps this simple,

  • but it is summer, so feel free to use fresh fruit

  • and then freeze for a full flavor punch

  • because remember that fruit is more ripe when it's sweet.

  • This is like a sorbet consistency,

  • so it fits right in with dessert for breakfast.

  • Dig in.

  • Thumbs up if you're enjoying dessert for breakfast.

  • Let's keep it going with a breakfast banana split.

  • This couldn't be easier.

  • I split a banana in half and lay it in a shallow bowl.

  • Yes, I am using a legit banana split bowl.

  • I added some berries in between to create a cavity

  • and then scoop on some yogurt into the middle

  • like ice cream.

  • I used Greek, but you could use whatever you prefer.

  • Then, I layer on some more fruit, granola,

  • a drizzle of peanut butter and honey or maple syrup

  • and it wouldn't be complete without a cherry.

  • This is such a fun way to take your regular yogurt

  • and granola parfait and kick it up a notch.

  • Why not?

  • Am I right?

  • Yes, yes I am.

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  • but I'm gonna ask you to do it just in case.

  • Okay, last but not least, we are taking

  • dessert for breakfast to a new level.

  • Berry oatmeal popsicles.

  • First, I stir oats and milk of choice

  • and cook them in the microwave for one to two minutes.

  • Meanwhile, I muddle some fresh summer berries,

  • which I can mix into the cooked oatmeal

  • with a bit of maple syrup to taste.

  • I then add those to my popsicle mold,

  • alternating with yogurt until filled.

  • Freeze four to six hours or overnight.

  • So, yes, before y'all hate on me,

  • these take five minutes to prep

  • and then you gotta freeze 'em.

  • Get over yourself and ya angry troll mat.

  • Bam!

  • Why not have a popsicle for breakfast?

  • It's a hot summer day.

  • We know oatmeal is great on its own.

  • With yogurt, with fruit and hot or cold,if you've ever had overnight oats.

  • So, why not turn it into a popsicle?

  • It's worth a try and these actually amazed me.

  • It tastes like hot oatmeal, but in frozen popsicle form.

  • It was super tasty.

  • I hope you enjoyed these summer breakfasts.

  • Now remember, all of these can easily be made vegan

  • if you use a dairy free yogurt and maple syrupinstead of honey.

  • If you're really getting into the fresh summer vibe,

  • check out my smoothies recipes episode from a few weeks ago.

  • There is a free ebook with it.

  • Say what?

  • FYI, if you want a chance to win a pair of onion goggles,

  • I am giving away three to my newsletter subscribers this month.

  • You can subscribe at mindovermunch.com for free

  • and you'll be entered to win.

  • We give new stuff away every month

  • and every subscriber is entered every single month.

  • I'll see ya next week and remember,

  • especially when it comes to dessert for breakfast,

  • it's all a matter of mind over munch.

Hey munchies.

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5 Minute Summer DESSERTS FOR BREAKFAST! Vegan/Vegetarian, Easy, Healthy Recipes! - Mind Over Munch

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