500g (1.10lb) of chick pea flour
35cl (12fl oz) of water
35cl of rice milk
1 packet of vanilla sugar
1 teaspoon of baking powder
2 dessert spoons of melted coconut oil
1 teaspoon of vanilla powder
Mix together the ingredients
Heat the frying pan and add a teaspoon of coconut oil
Then add the mixture to the frying pan, flip and cook until golden (for approximately two minutes either side)
Homemade organic orange marmalade:
Agave syrup, agar-agar and organic oranges.
Fromage blanc – (soft white sheep cheese yoghurt). Contains both animal and vegetal proteins.
Rich in potassium and phosphorus, vitamin C and anti-oxidant. The cranberry contains more ORAC (Oxygen Radical Absorbance Capacity) 9584 units /100g, more than blueberries (2400), strawberry (1540), oranges (740)
Rich in potassium (297 mg/100g) and vitamin C (92.7 mg/100g)
The chick pea flour gluten-free, low glycemic index (35), naturally rich in proteins, vitamins and fibres, mineral salts. Low fat levels. It will help with the endurance factor of the training session.
An immediate energy boost comes from the rapid sugar intake of the marmalade and cranberries. The fromage blanc brings both animal and vegetable proteins, which helps to nourish the muscles. Accompanied by a green tea, this breakfast will give you enough energy for your training session.