I recently came across the video which shows everyone (from kids to grannies) was wanting to go to Guptaji’s House for Nashta (Breakfast).
As there was no mention of what the breakfast was all about, I started to Google to find an answer (As all software engineers do :P). By searching I came across the Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/anaajkanashta which led me to all the secret breakfast recipes in Guptaji’s house. It hosted more than 100 delicious recipes which made my mouth watery & stomach feel hungry.
Some of the lip smacking recipes which urged me to go to Guptaji’s house for Nashta are given below.
Almond Strawberry Cornflakes:
Who doesn’t love strawberry? Mornings get the best start with this delicious almond and strawberry packed breakfast.
Black Forest Shake:
This powerhouse mixture of chocolate and corn flakes will redefine breakfast as we know it.
Tickle your taste buds with the ultimate mix. Start the day with cheesy morning !!
Choco Cornflakes Peanut Chikki:
The Age old Chikki which we have loved from our childhood gets whole new avatar with cornflakes in it.
Cornflakes Chana Chaat:
I love channa. The awesome twosome of taste and health, served in a bowl is a match made in heaven !!
Cornflakes Mushroom Soup:
Breakfast is mandatory for everyone as it is the one which kick starts our body’s metabolism process. Everyone wants to have a healthy breakfast. Healthy breakfast helps start the day off right. By consuming nutritionally sound breakfast which is packed with protein and fiber, we will inherit the energy to get through the day and receive the satisfaction to hold on over until lunch. However, if breakfast is laden with fat, we will suffer the consequence of a mid-morning energy crash and will probably feel hungry again.
Cornflakes is a popular breakfast option which is also termed to be healthy. One cup of Corn Flakes contains 100 calories, and none of these calories are derived from fat. Per serving, this fat-free and cholesterol-free cereal holds:
- 200 mg of sodium
- 25 mg of protein
- 24 g of carbohydrates
- 1 g of fiber
- 2 g of sugar
- 2 g of protein
The following nutrients are also found in a cup of Corn Flakes:
- Vitamin A – 10%
- Vitamin C – 10%
- Calcium – 0%
- Iron – 45%
- Vitamin D – 10%
- Thiamin (B1 – )25%
- Riboflavin (B2 ) – 25%
- Niacin (B3) – 25%
- Vitamin B6 – 25%
- Folic Acid (Folate) – 25%
- Vitamin B12 – 25%
Even though cornflakes are crunchier they doesn’t taste so good if taken alone. For the sake of our taste buds and also to have a healthy breakfast, it will do lot of good, if there are multiple variants or recipes which involves corn flakes. It will not only make the breakfast healthy but also tastier, so everyone can consume something good and different everyday in the morning. This presence of 100 plus recipes involving corn flakes is what making everyone crave for a breakfast at Guptaji’s house. The same holds true to me too.
Check https://www.youtube.com/user/kelloggindia for the secret recipes !!
Are you coming to Guptaji’s House for Nashta ?
For Nutrition Split ups : fitday.com
For Recipe Images: Kelloggs.in