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Mix, in a thick-walled bowl, the grated pumpkin with about 25 g of sugar.
Put the pot on low heat and caramelize the pumpkin until it penetrates well, stirring periodically in it.
At the end, add the cinnamon and let the pumpkin pie composition cool.
Put the chocolate on the grater, and grind the walnut coarsely, or cut it with a knife.
When the pumpkin composition is cooled, turn the oven to 180 degrees.
Separate the egg whites from the yolks, and sprinkle a little salt over the egg whites.
We then mix them until they become frothy and gradually add the sugar, continuing to mix until a firm meringue is formed.
Over the cooled pumpkin, add the yolks and oil and mix well.
Add this composition over the eggplant meringue and mix them together until smooth.
Remove the mixer and use a spatula from now on.
Sift the flour mixed with the baking powder over the composition and incorporate it by mixing with the spatula from top to bottom, in circular motions.
In the same way we incorporate the dark chocolate. Here I also had some chocolate chips that I added.
At the end, incorporate the coarsely chopped walnuts and spread the composition in the tray lined with baking paper.
Bake the delicious cake with pumpkin pie and dark chocolate, for 30-35 minutes, at 180 degrees, or depending on the oven of each.
Let it cool in the pan, then powder it with sugar and slice it.
1. Breakfast bowl with dark chocolate
Who doesn't like to eat chocolate for breakfast? We are sure that this is why we created this recipe with cocoa infusion.
Sweetened with honey, banana puree and vanilla extract, it tastes like a decadent dessert, but is a wonderful snack before or after workout or light breakfast. For a little crunchy, cover with chopped cocoa or pistachio feathers.
Two. Quinoa with spicy breakfast
Although pumpkin spices could get all the attention, those who do know recognize that chai is another exceptional flavor.
Skip the latte and eat it for breakfast for an impressive 22 grams of protein. Refreshing ginger will awaken the taste buds while relieving sore muscles after a hard morning workout.
3. Bake with quinoa bananas
Photo: Edible Perspectives
Skillets are not limited to eggs and huge cookies. They also produce delicious quinoa baking.
Made with coconut oil, dates, chopped coconut and walnuts, this recipe looks as incredible as it tastes. Cover with fresh berries for an extravagant feel (and to boost your antioxidant intake). Make sure you save extra for the week, when you have little time to cook.
Four. Mocha Latte Quinoa Breakfast
Did you give up the mocha custom for New Year's Eve? Stop punishing your taste buds.
Try opting for this quinoa for breakfast, which uses coffee, coconut water, vegan chocolate chips and a topping of coconut cream to create a treatment that is undoubtedly better than the one loaded with the coffee's favorite. (Hey, let's just say we enjoy milk chocolate chips, if you like!)
5. Almond Breakfast with Blueberry Bowl Smoothie with Quinoa
Why drink a smoothie when you can eat it? Quinoa has not escaped the madness of the smoothie bowl and it is a good thing, because you will not be able to put the spoon down.
The berries are boiled in vanilla almond milk and then mixed into a fresh blueberry smoothie. Top with almonds that you fried while quinoa was cooking for a breakfast full of fiber, protein and beautiful colors.
6. Raspberry Vanilla Almonds Breakfast Quinoa
All you need are a few good ingredients to make your breakfast look special. Here, the blogger follows the basics. Tip: Make a large pot of quinoa in advance to keep the cooking time to five minutes or less!
Combine vanilla almond milk (we like to use unsweetened to keep it healthier), cinnamon, nutmeg, honey, cooked quinoa, sliced almonds and fresh berries to create one of the lightest breakfasts ever.
7. Quinoa flakes for breakfast with blackberries and basil flowers
If you get bored with dried cereals in the box, it's time to give a flash to these quinoa flakes, which are found next to oatmeal at your grocery store.
We like that this recipe uses fresh herbs along with a mixture of light berries, stove, to get a desired flavor of other cereals. Top with chia seeds for extra health.
8. Microwave Cinnamon Maple Breakfast Quinoa
When you need a quinoa solution, but you have a short time, this recipe is clutch. While the total cooking time depends on the microwave, you will have a hot breakfast in less than 10 minutes, with little practical time.
It is easy to customize with your favorite bindings, such as sliced bananas, berries or peaches. Be sure to keep the bowl covered so that the quinoa does not dry out.
9. Breakfast quinoa with pumpkin spices
Photo: Once Upon a Cutting Board
You may be crazy about pumpkin, but it's still a fun (and healthy) flavor to cook with. Use in this dish pumpkin puree, maple syrup, pumpkin pie spices, chopped walnuts and uncooked quinoa and you will remember why it is such a popular trend - whether it is autumn or not.
10. Quinoa overnight with strawberries and coconut
Prepare breakfast when the alarm goes off with this quinoa overnight. The instructions couldn't be easier: throw everything in a jar, mix and refrigerate. Coconut milk offers a luxurious creamy texture, and maple syrup or a few drops of Stevia sweeten things.
Eleven. Quinoa with blueberry and coconut breakfast
OK, so berries and milk are a great quinoa for breakfast. We are sure that you have addressed this so far.
But what makes this recipe special is the addition of maple syrup, coconut trifecta (coconut oil, coconut milk and chopped coconut) and our favorite source of antioxidants: blueberries. For extra fiber, cover with a tablespoon of chia or hemp seeds.
12. Quinoa with breakfast with apples and peanut butter
We are a game for almost anything covered in melted peanuts. This dish with quinoa is cooked in coconut milk (although any milk will do), vanilla and a drop of sweet spices and covered with apples, creamy PB and a handful of pecans.
To make it more gourmet, toast apple slices and pecans while cooking quinoa.
13. Breakfast quinoa with banana bread
Fresh baked banana bread not only smells like a dream, but also tastes good. Unfortunately, it is not always the healthiest (with added sugars and plenty of butter) and is not ideal for avoiding gluten.
This recipe reveals the best flavors of banana bread, but stick to nutritious ingredients like quinoa, nuts, almond milk and natural sweeteners so you can have the best of both worlds.
14. Hot cinnamon quinoa with walnuts
Photo: 101 cookbooks
This recipe is for dairy lovers. Made with regular milk, organic cereals, agave, fried nuts and seasonal berries, it tastes like a healthier version of berries. If you don't like breakfast, serve it as a dessert with a small spoonful of ice cream on top. Yes.
This roll filled with cheese is easy to prepare, it is tasty and with a pleasant visual effect.
Grate the cheese on a grater with small holes and mix with the cream. Cut the bell pepper into small cubes. You can use bell peppers of different colors. You can also add finely chopped olives.
In a saucepan, melt the butter over low heat. Pour all the flour over the melted butter and mix for a minute, without browning.
The composition is quenched with hot milk, added in two or three rows, stirring constantly until it thickens.
Remove the pan from the heat and when the cream is almost cold, add one egg at a time, stirring until smooth. Now add the salt and pepper.
The composition is poured into a tray (36/38 cm) lined with baking paper, greased with a little oil. Place in the preheated oven and bake for 30 minutes at 180 degrees.
After baking, turn the top over on a clean towel, peel off the baking paper and immediately put the cheese composition. Level with a wide-bladed knife. Sprinkle the diced bell pepper evenly on top.
Roll the sheet with a towel and then move the roll on a plastic sheet in which you wrap it. It is kept in the fridge for a few hours, after which you can cut it into larger or smaller slices, according to your preference.