Breakfast Recipes

Sticky cinnamon fig and yoghurt breakfast bowl

Figs are massively underrated in my opinion, they are soft, sweet, sticky and are high in fibre and magnesium. Their texture goes really well with the crunch of the pistachios. This breakfast is really easy to throw together with whatever fruit or yoghurt flavour of...

Maca, Almond Butter & Cacao Overnight Oats

My maca, Almond Butter & Cacao Overnight Oats are so creamy and sweet, they taste like cookies and ice cream for breakfast! This is a great way to start your day as Maca is often recommended to those with adrenal fatigue. Maca nourishes us and also reduces stress...

Rice Flour (Gluten Free) Pancakes & Healthy toppings

These rice flour (gluten free) pancakes are similar to a normal pancake but with gluten free flour. They are best cooked as a thin layer in the pan, so spread the batter thinly in the pan (or pancake hot plate as we used). It’s so tempting to stick to the standard...

Super Green Smoothie Bowl with Nutty Granola & Cocoa

Smoothie bowls really do taste as good as they look and half the fun is creating something beautiful. There’s something about the different textures and colours that really gets the juices flowing. You can create pretty much any combination of flavours and then top it...

Peanut Butter and Cinnamon Granola

This peanut butter and cinnamon granola is so delicious and has the added bonus of being gluten, dairy and refined sugar-free too. It’s the perfect option for those of us who like to make the morning routine as easy as possible. You could equally switch the peanut...

Chocolate banana smoothie with chia seeds & nuts

This delicious smoothie is an excellent snack or a weekend breakfast. Packed with nuts and chia seeds, this will keep you full and energised through the day. Did you know that cacao is an excellent mood elevator and is high in magnesium? And these are just a couple of reasons why I think it is also a great option of a healthy winter afternoon treat!

Apple bircher muesli muffins

These muffins is an excellent healthy recipe to lighten up the breakfast routine. Great start to the day as muffins are packed with fibre, slow release glucose and cinnamon, which keeps energy levels steady through the day. This is one of the recipes I like to make with my little ones during winter, as it fills the whole house with sweet smells of cinnamon.

Bircher muesli with berries

Bircher muesli is universally known to be a really quick and easy breakfast option. This recipe is full of fibre, vitamins and minerals and will provide a slow release of glucose, to keep you full through the morning. In the winter I like adding more nuts or nut butters for extra comfort and energy.

Coconut milk quinoa porridge

Supercharge your morning with high-protein quinoa and omega-3 rich chia seeds for a creamy breakfast bowl topped with seasonal fruit and seeds.

Banana Coconut Pancakes

These delicious blueberry and coconut pancakes are an ideal leisurely weekend breakfast that will avoid any mid-morning sugar dips, energy lows and brain fuzz that would normally lead you straight to the biscuit tin. You can use buckwheat flour for a delicious gluten free alternative.

Super Berry Breakfast Pots

These yummy breakfast pots are high in protein and omega 3s and packed with the vitamins, minerals and and antioxidants that you and your baby need to thrive. They also take less than 5 minutes to prepare. Enjoy!

Chocolate Chia Superfood Pudding

I have been craving chocolate a lot recently, i’m not sure why that is. Of course, a good quality chocolate treat isn’t bad for you, in moderation, but I prefer to choose nutrient dense chocolate treats which offer lots of additional health benefits. My favourite thing about this Chocolate Superfood Pudding is that I can make it differently each time to keep it interesting. Select your favourite add-ins, add some cinnamon or cayenne for a little heat, whip up some coconut cream for topping, the possibilities are endless. Enjoy!

Overnight Oats with Raspberries

Overnight oats are a great morning time saver and always seem to be a hit with fussy children. By soaking the oats overnight you break down the phytic acid and make them much easier to digest. Soaking also releases the natural sugars which makes this recipe taste lovely and sweet without the need for a sweetener. The raspberries add antioxidants, vitamin C and manganese.

Rosie’s acai bowl

If you ever wake up on the wrong side of bed my acai bowl can save your day! Dubbed by the Brazilians as the “Beauty Berry,” acai berries truly do the body good from the inside out. Packed with antioxidants and phytonutrients this breakfast is sure to increase your energy levels, boost your immune system and give you a super healthy glow. Did I mention that this breakfast is also delicious?!

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