Pregnancy treats

Chia bowl and fruits

Here is a super easy recipe to achieve, super healthy for you and your baby during your pregnancy (but also for your children).
This recipe works with all kind of fruits, opt for seasonal and good quality fruits, and it will always be a success!

Ingredients (for 2 people):
2 organic Greek yogurts (you can also use coconut milk yogurt, soy milk yogurt or other)
2 tablespoons of Chia seeds
1 teaspoon of orange blossom water
1 tip of honey
1 banana
1 pear
1 tablespoon flaxseed
Some sunflower seeds

The evening before:
Put the yogurts in a bowl, add the orange blossom water, then the chia seeds. Mix everything, making sure that the yoghurt covers all the seeds, the ideal is to mix it with a fork to make sure that the seeds do not stick to each other.
Let it stand for 20 min and mix again, always making sure the seeds are well separated.
Cover the bowl with plastic film and keep it cool all night in the fridge.
The chia seeds will swell and take up to 10 times their volume and it’s when they release all their antioxidant superpowers.
In the morning when waking up:
Take out the bowl of the fridge and arrange the yogurt in 2 pretty bowls.
Finely cut the fruits of your choice on top, put a hint of honey, add some flaxseed and sunflower seeds.


Smashed avocado and smoked trout

Easy achieve, beautiful to look at and yummy for the tummy.
Ingredients (for 2 people):
2 slices of Poilâne bread
1 avocado
2 slices of organic smoked trout
1 slice of butter
Salf of Guérande
1 yellow lemon
Preheat the oven on 200 degrees in grill position.
Butter the bread at your convenience.
While waiting for the oven to heat up, take a bowl and put the avocado flesh, the lemon juice, a pinch of salt and pepper, mix it and crush the avocado with a fork.

Finely chop the chives.
In a pan, cook the 2 eggs (sunny side up, or scrambled)
Bake the bread for a few minutes, be careful the oven is hot and in the Grill position, so watch it close!
Take the bread out of the oven, add a little olive oil, salt and pepper.
Using a fork, cover the bread roughly with avocado, add the smoked trout, a hint of lemon , chives, and arrange the egg on each toast.
Depending on your taste, add a pinch of chili.



  • Laura

    Top et Merci, concernant les oeufs (voir commentaire precédants ) il ne faut pas être parano mais avoir du bon sens (dixit mon Gynécologue ) si les oeufs sont frais et que l’on connait la provenance il n’y a pas de problèmes !

  • Marine

    Bonjour Alix, Bravo pour ton site et don nouveau contenu ! Pb avec le toast : ni jaune d œuf coulant ni truite fumée (car pas assez cuite) pendant la grossesse ? Right ou juste une approche française un peu parano de la grossesse ? Tu semblais dire qu outre Atlantique ils avaient une approche plus détendue côté food, right ? Encore merci !

  • Jennyfer

    Bonjour Alix,
    J’adore tes recettes de petit dej de la femme enceinte :)
    En revanche petite question, on m’a tannée toute ma grossesse que je n’avais pas le droit aux œufs pas cuits / donc pas au plat / pas a la coq – seulement aux œufs durs.
    Étant donné que tu as fait 2 grossesses tu peux me dire ton avis sur le sujet :)
    merci encore pour ces recettes et à bientôt

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