This flatbread is vegan, gluten free and stupidly easy to make. It’s what I make when I have next to nothing in the cupboards and want a vehicle for toast toppings. without toast. The extra virgin olive oil and chickpea flour works so well together and the finely chopped spring onions add a burst of flavour. Easy, delicious any time of the day food is what I’m about.
Everything about these is a yay. I’m a little waffle obsessed and sometimes even just use my waffle maker as a sandwich press, but it’s always a happy day when I whip up a batch of waffles and I’m really vibing the savoury variety at the moment. These are filled with potato and parmesan and you’re going to love them.
Ever since doing the Gut Makeover, I’ve been really into keeping my breakfast grain free 5 days a week. This isn’t because there’s anything wrong with grains – I love grains and eat them all the time. It’s more about giving me space in my diet to make sure I’m including a wide variety of other foods, especially fruit and vegetables. This little collection of recipes are my regular go to breakfasts.
Not every meal needs to be a production. Sometimes all I want for lunch or dinner is just some beautiful fresh bread topped with something tasty. And these ‘shrooms are so tasty. It’s ind of like the vegetable and fancy equivalent of vegemite on toast thanks to the complex miso butter flavour.
These eggs are so creamy and indulgent tasting but they’re actually full of vegetables, fibre and protein. Baked eggs without the tomato factor make for such a nice change. They’re also a great way of using up any leftover cauliflower you have around.
These babies are made with all the gut friendly things, the main ingredients are kefir and golden flaxseed flour. Okay, so now these sound like health but trust me, they are legit the tastiest fluffiest most amazing pikelets (or drop scones for you North Americans). They puff up and are so light and airy you’ll want to eat the whole batch.
Carrots for breakfast woman? Are you mad? I hear someone say. For sure. But no, I’m not (well not unusually so) and this combination makes for a delicious vegetable loaded breakfast that will keep you full for hours. So ditch the cereal and start getting a little more creative at the beginning of the day.
This smoothie is full of ingredients that should make you glow from the inside out. Fibre rich flaxseed meal is paired with antioxidant rich blueberries and super hydrating coconut water. plus frozen banana to keep everything nice and creamy.
This recipe is sooooo easy. You can double it if you’re making them for 2 or eat your little mini stack yourself. Or make a double batch on Sunday and quicly reheat a serve in a pan on Monday morning, no more Monday blues that way. They’re gluten free, refined sugar free, dairy free and delicious.
How great is carrot cake? And how good is chia pudding? Why haven’t I tried to combine the two before? I mean, it’s also a brilliant way of including an extra serve of vegetables at breakfast. Plus it’s filled with warm spices and makes your kitchen smell amazing.