Pumpkin Seed Breakfast Bowl

This post is sponsored by Health Warrior, but all opinions are my own.

 

If there’s one thing I’m serious about in 2020, it’s breakfast. And for me, a high-quality breakfast has to check three boxes: 1. Delicious (duh), 2. Quick, and 3. Easy. Well friends, I’m happy to tell you that this baby has it ALL.

 

The star of the show? These Honey + Sea Salt Pumpkin Seed Bars from Health Warrior. They’re made with simple, minimal ingredients (love that) and taste incredible — slightly sweet from the honey, rich and nutty from the pumpkin seeds, and a hint of sea salt to bring it all home.

 

Best of all, they have 7g of plant-based protein per bar, so I’ve been incorporating them into my bowls. Especially for starting fresh in the new year, 10/10 would recommend for making you kweens into true health warrior kweens in 2020! Check out these bars on the Health Warrior website or their Instagram.

 

What you need:

½ cup gluten free oats

1 cup milk of your choice (I used oat milk)

Frozen fruit (I used mango)

Health Warrior Honey Pumpkin Seed Bar

Coconut yogurt

Bee pollen (optional but delicious)

 

 

 

What you do:

  1. Mix milk and oats together in a small dish or reusable container. Let sit for a few hours, or overnight (preferable) in the refrigerator.
  2. In the morning, top with frozen fruit, Health Warrior Pumpkin Seed Bar, a dollop of coconut yogurt and a sprinkle of bee pollen.
  3. Inhale. Faceplant. All of the above.

 

 

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