This is a surprisingly easy breakfast or lunch as scrambled eggs take no time at all to prep. It’s also fresh and tasty and has protein, omega 3’s, vegetables and fruit in it – a super well rounded meal!
An easy to make ahead recipe for those mornings when you’re going to have to eat on the go. These muffins are full of protein, fibre and antioxidants thanks to the key ingredients, making them a great start to your day.
I found a bag of persimmons at my local market for $2 last week. They were in varying stages of ripeness and all nice and little. So I thought, screw you fructose I’m buying these. And I am so glad I did, because it turns out I can still totally tolerate a little persimmon, they were so sweet and delicious and made for the tastiest non-chocolate smoothie bowl I’ve had in a while.
How pretty does this look?! And it tastes so so good. This could be a post run pick me up or breakfast, the smoothie is full of fruit and chia seeds for an amino acid boost. You could also add some protein powder if you’re that way inclined.
The creamy caramelised pumpkin that tops this bruschetta can easily be prepared the night before for an indulgent week day breakfast or just add a poached egg and you’ve got a delicious weekend brunch. Sweet pumpkin, fragrant thyme and salty feta is a pretty classic combination, but perhaps you’re yet to eat it for breakfast?
Because there can never be enough cheese. This flat bread uses 2 of my favourite cheeses: buffalo mozzarella and goats feta. Both have such a great creaminess to them but I love the combination of sharp feta and gooey mozzarella against the mushrooms on this flatbread. It’s perfect.
This muesli is light, crunchy and great for anyone who wants something for breakfast that is a little lower in fat and sugar than muesli loaded with nuts and dried fruit. It’s also a great muesli if you can’t eat nuts or dried fruit which sums up my new housemate and I perfectly. Instead of nuts the crunch comes from toasted seeds, coconut and puffed grains, the flavours are warm and lightly spiced and served with some fresh fruit (hey berries, so glad you’re fructose content is so friendly to me) and yoghurt/milk it makes for a quick and easy breakfast.
These waffles scream Easter brunch, which was my vibe when the idea popped into my head. You know how you get some ideas and you’re like ‘Yes – that will be amazing!’. Then you give it a shot and it’s an unmitigated disaster? These were the exact opposite to that. They turned out exactly as I wanted them to. Like the contents of my imagination had magically fallen onto a plate and then into my mouth. Well I helped it into my mouth but the rest, the rest was magic.
Coconut, lime and passionfruit. Sounds like an excellent cocktail right? Also makes for a delightful chia pudding. This one is a nice change from whatever your usual mix is and it makes you instantly go.. ahh summer!