I created a healthy Christmas Breakfast. I love Christmas in general. It’s such a nice time of the year where you spend time with the people who matter to you and where you reflect on the year that has been. And eating a lot of food is also part of the Holidays of course. I’d love to show you that Christmas food doesn’t have to be unhealthy. I’ve created several healthy and vegetarian Christmas recipes before, but they were all for dinner or dessert. This time I created a healthy Christmas breakfast recipe.
Although I have to admit that by the time I normally have breakfast on Christmas day, it’s actually brunch time.
I think working with layers is always pretty and festive. So for this Christmas breakfast I’ve also worked with layers. I’ve used muesli, fresh raspberries and unsweetened soy yogurt. If you’re making your own muesli, you can give it a Christmas twist by stirring in some cinnamon before you put your oats in the oven. But there are also a few muesli and granola brands that have their own Christmas cereal this season.
For this Christmas breakfast I’ve used the Christmas Muesli from MyMuesli. I have the MyMuesli advent calendar this year. Every day there’s a new muesli waiting for you. One of them is a Christmas Muesli with apple-cinnamon flavor and white chocolate stars.
This version is vegetarian, but if you use a vegan muesli this Christmas Breakfast recipe is completely vegan.
Get one glass per person. Put 2 tablespoons of muesli in each glass. Add 2 or 3 raspberries to each glass. Add 2 tablespoons of muesli. Repeat until the glass is full. It’s nice to sprinkle with a bit of muesli on top.
I served my healthy Christmas breakfast with some candy canes as they give a nice Christmas touch to it. But to be honest, I didn’t eat them as I don’t like the sugar overload in them. But I’m sure kids will love it!
Below you see a stop-motion clip that I made from me constructing this breakfast.