High Protein Weetabix Bowl Recipe: Supercharge Your Day!

A bowl of cereal with fresh oats, berries and banana in chocolate milk

Here's a laid-back way to power up your morning - a high protein Weetabix bowl. Easy to make, packed with goodness, and a delightful way to start the day. We're spicing it up with Free Soul Chocolate protein, which gives a nice hit of delicious  chocolatey indulgence alongside a hefty protein boost. 

No more morning hunger pangs, just satisfaction and sustained energy. So, why not switch up your breakfast game with this crunch and flavour combo? It's a tasty, healthy, and straightforward way to kick off your day.

 A big thank you is in order for @amycousins1, for this fantastic recipe! ♥️

Ingredients ⬇️

3 weetabix
200 ml almond or soya 🥛
30gm Free Soul Chocolate protein
1 banana 🍌 sliced
1 tbsp cacao nibs
Sprinkling of cherry bakewell granola

Method ⬇️

  1. First off, grab yourself a blender and toss in the 200 ml of your choice of almond or soya milk along with 30g of Free Soul Chocolate protein. Give it a good whirl until they're mixed together smoothly.
  2. Now, for the fun part! Arrange your 3 Weetabix in your favourite breakfast weetabix bowl. Pour your freshly blended protein shake over the Weetabix, making sure they're generously soaked.
  3. Next up, it's topping time. Add your freshly sliced banana over the top, followed by a tablespoon of cacao nibs for that delightful crunch and rich flavour.
  4. To finish it off, sprinkle a bit of cherry bakewell granola over the whole lot. It'll add an unexpected, delicious twist to your high protein breakfast bowl.

Now, just grab a spoon and dive in! It's as easy as that – a delicious, protein-packed breakfast ready in minutes. Enjoy!

If you have any other weetabix recipes, we’d love to hear about them! So, we can all enjoy a delicious and healthy treat packed with vegan protein!!

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