5 easy breakfast for valentine days

5 Easy breakfasts for Valentine's day

Out of ideas for a romantic breakfast on Valentine's Day? Here are 5 healthy and easy-to-prepare ideas for the sweetest day of the year!

 Delicious Protein Pancakes

 pancakes recipe


110g (7,02oz) Nolita Pancake Mix

1 tsp of baking powder

130g (4,24oz) of vegetable drink

15g (0,56) olive oil



Mix all ingredients.

Wait 10 minutes.

Put a few spoons of dough in the frying pan and let it cook over medium heat.

Flip and let it brown.

Serve sprinkled with granola and fruit.


Overnight Chia and Cinnamon

Adapted from Associação Vegetariana Portuguesa

overnight cinnamon and chia


150ml of vegetable drink

1 tablespoon chia seeds

1 tablespoons peanut butter

Nolita Sweety q.b

1/2 cup of Granola Berry Nolita

1 small banana

Red fruits q.b.



In an airtight jar, place the plant-based drink, the chia seeds, peanut butter, and the Sweety.

Add the oats and stir again making sure the flakes are covered by the mixture.

Cover and place in the fridge overnight.

In the morning finish with banana and red fruits cut into pieces.



Overnight Banana and Kiwi

Adapted from Associação Vegetariana Portuguesa

overnight kiwi and banana


3 tablespoons Nutty Granola

3 tablespoons  vegetable drink

1 banana

1 kiwi

125g (4oz) vegetable yogurt

1 tablespoons chia seeds

Nolita Sweety q.b.

Nuts q.b.



In an airtight jar, place the Nutty, the vegetable drink, the sliced ​​banana, the vegetable yogurt, the seeds and mix well.

Cover and place in the fridge overnight.

In the morning, finish off with nuts and Sweety if you want a sweeter taste.


Quinoa and Cocoa Porridge 

Adapted from Associação Vegetariana Portuguesa

porridge quinoa and cocoa


250ml vegetable drink

1 red apple

½ lemon (zest and/or peel)

Cinnamon powder q.s.

1 tablespoon cocoa powder

1 tablespoon soy yogurt

1 small banana

Crunchy granola q.b



Cook the quinoa with twice as much water.

In a pan, add the already cooked and drained quinoa, with the vegetable drink, the apple cut into cubes or grated, the lemon peel and the cinnamon. Stir well and cook over medium/high heat.

Once it starts to boil, reduce the heat and cover. Let it cook for about 10 minutes.

Remove the lemon peel, add the cocoa and yogurt and mix well.

Serve topped with sliced ​​banana and crunchy granola.


Overnight Tiramisu

Created by Gabriela Rosa (Nolita nutritionist)

 tiramisu overnight


4 tablespoons of oats flake (40g)
1 tablespoon of chia seeds
2 tablespoons of cocoa or chocolate powder
1/2 cup of milk (100mL) - (I used non-fat milk, but you can use almond milk for example)
30ml of express coffee
1 unit of greek or protein yogurt
To sweeten: 2 tablespoons of Nolita Sweety


Mix the rolled oats, coffee, milk and seeds, and let it rest in the fridge for at least 4 hours, but ideally overnight (for about 8 hours) to have the desired creamy effect.

In the morning, when preparing your breakfast, add the mixture, in a container, with light Greek yogurt or protein yogurt in layers, finishing with cocoa or chocolate powder.

Save these delicious recipes to make it later! 😊


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