Super Nutritious Brunch Items on Our New Menu
IF YOU HAVEN’T HEARD, we launched our new menu for our All Day Dining outlets last week. Our previous post took the time to introduce two dishes on our new menu that we’re really excited about. This time around, we’re looking at two more “super” nutritious brunch items we can’t wait for you to try!
Super Green Omelette
Don’t be put off by the name of this dish, it’s just as delicious as our other brunch items! This Super Green Omelette is made with following healthy greens:
Zucchini: Extremely low in calories, zucchinis aid in weight loss and boost the nutrient value of your diet. It also promotes eye health and prevents diseases that occur from vitamin C deficiency.
Avocado: Although high in fatty acid content, avocados contain extremely low levels of cholesterol. Their soluble and insoluble fibres help keep your digestive system running smoothly. Packed with nutrients, avocados are also great for enriching dry or chapped skin.
Spinach: Rich in water-soluble vitamins, minerals and phytonutrients, this leafy vegetable is amazingly versatile. Spinach is an excellent source of vitamin K which is important for maintaining bone health.
The omelette comes topped with feta, pine nuts and sauteed onions. It is also served with rosemary focaccia with homemade lingonberry orange chutney and pink Himalayan salt butter. So heed your mother’s advice and eat your greens!
Super Acai Bowl
You probably have heard of acai (pronounced ah-sah-ee) berries, which originate from Central and South America. Rich in antioxidants, vitamins and healthy fats, they were traditionally used as treatment for diarrhea, parasitic infections and hemorrhages. Today, acai bowls are all the rage among clean eating enthusiasts.
Our Super Acai bowl builds upon an acai yoghurt base, with fresh berries, immunity-boosting goji berries and raw honey. We top it off with our blend of crunchy superfood granola, which includes:
Chia seeds: Despite its tiny size, these seeds pack a powerful nutritional punch. Loaded with antioxidants, chia seeds are also high in quality protein, which aids in weight loss.
Oats: Research found that oats increase appetite-control hormones, improve insulin sensitivity and helps lower bad cholesterol.
Pumpkin seeds: Despite being small, pumpkin seeds are rich in iron and are a healthy protein option. Their green colour comes from the high amount of natural chlorophyll which alkalises and naturally cleanses the body.
Almonds: Almonds are known to deliver huge amount of nutrients including powerful antioxidants largely concentrated in the brown layer of the skin. They are also high in vitamin E, which protects your cell membranes from damage.
Cranberries: Often associated with holiday feasts, cranberries are at the top of the list of healthy foods for their high nutrient and antioxidant content. The cranberry is known for preventing urinary tract infections (UTIs) and improving immune function.
Pick this Super Acai Bowl or our Mango Berries Yoghurt Bowl as a vegetarian option for your brunch!