There are so many different breakfast bowl options - oatmeal bowl, smoothie bowls, granola bowl, and tons of different varieties, and we love them! And today I decided to share with you one of my childhood favorite foods which are recreated to a popular bowl.
It is just one more option for an easy delicious breakfast :)
And here is a little bit of information about semolina.
Fiber: 7% of the Reference Daily Intake (RDI)
Thiamine: 41% of the RDI
Folate: 36% of the RDI
Riboflavin: 29% of the RDI
Iron: 13% of the RDI
Magnesium: 8% of the RDI
Semolina is high in protein and fiber — both of which slow digestion and increase feelings of fullness between meals. It’s also high in B vitamins like thiamine and folate, which have many important roles in your body, including helping convert food into energy. Additionally, semolina is a good source of iron and magnesium. These minerals support red blood cell production, heart health, and blood sugar control. Enriched semolina flour is nutritious and provides high levels of various B vitamins, iron, protein, and fiber.
May promote weight loss Semolina is high in several nutrients that may support weight loss. For starters, a 1/3 cup (56 grams) of uncooked, enriched semolina provides 7% of the RDI for fiber — a nutrient that many diets lack. Studies associate a fiber-rich diet with weight loss and lower body weight. It can reduce feelings of hunger and prevent future weight gain. For example, a study in 252 women found that every 1-gram increase in dietary fiber per day resulted in a weight loss of 0.5 pounds (0.25 kg) over 20 months. Semolina is also rich in protein, with 1/3 cup (56 grams) of uncooked semolina providing over 7 grams. Increasing protein in your diet has been shown to promote weight loss. For example, a review of 24 studies noted that a high-protein diet — compared to a standard-protein diet — resulted in 1.7 pounds (0.79 kg) greater weight loss. Increasing protein in your diet may also help reduce hunger, preserve muscle mass during weight loss, increase fat loss, and improve body composition. Foods rich in protein and fiber — like semolina — can increase feelings of fullness and reduce hunger. In turn, this may promote weight loss. *source Find the recipe below!
Prep: 1 min
Cook time: 10 min
Servings: 2 portions
Calories per serving: 306 kcal
Find the recipe & nutrition facts below :
1 1/2 cup soy milk (or any other milk)
1/2 cup of semolina
1 tbsp cacao
1 tbsp any sweetener by choice
fresh fruits, peanut butter
Step 1: Whisk all the ingredients for the in the pan until it's well combined.
Step 2: Put over medium heat and cook for around 10 minutes, whisking frequently, until the mixture thickness.
Step 3: Then pour your cooked semolina into a bowl
Step 4: Before serving, top your bowl with fresh fruit and nut butter, you can pour some liquid sweetener on top for extra sweetness.