Join Roughy as he unveils a series of his favourite go-to recipes over the coming weeks with a special helper in daughter Pippa, brought to you by Dairy Farmers.
Throughout his celebrated 283-game playing career, Jarryd Roughead’s focus on health and wellbeing was paramount. Now, as St Kilda’s Football Operations Assistant, Roughy’s commitment to keeping physically and mentally well is as strong as ever.
During the enforced lockdown period, good food and the enjoyment of it have become central to many households. Roughy’s place is no different, and the 4-time Premiership star has thrived in isolation, able to enjoy quality family time and stay healthy at home.
Breakie Granola Bowl
Serves 1 adult and 1 little Saint
The Breakie Granola Bowl is about starting your day right.
And there’s no better way to hit the ground running in the morning than with a generous serve of the nutrient powerhouse that is Dairy Farmers A2 Goodness milk, with its eight essential nutrients.
No matter your age, nutrient-rich dairy options as part of a balanced diet are a great way to nourish your body and give you the energy you need to get the most out of your day!
Homemade granola (recipe here)
Dairy Farmers A2 Goodness milk
Dollop of Greek Yogurt
Berries or fruit of your choice
To prepare the granola, follow the recipe in the link above.
Tip: You can mix and match the fruit, nuts and seeds depending on what you have on hand.
Take your prepared granola and pour about ½ a cup into your bowl
Then add the yoghurt and a generous serve of berries
Finally, top with the Dairy Farmers A2 Goodness milk, and enjoy!