This makes an excellent breakfast as it’s crammed full of an amazing array of nutrients – it’s also very filling and delicious so can easily be served as a satisfying dessert too.
Breakfasts & Smoothies
Black Forest Gateau Smoothie is for days when you want to feel special. It has a rich, chocolatey undertone, it’s filling and healthy too.
Linseed bread is an alternative to traditional bread. It’s tasty, a little different and ideal if you are doing a body cleanse, have wheat intolerances, or you are healing a leaky gut or a candida overgrowth. Toasted, linseed is great with eggs, avocado or with soup.
Overnight Oats – the latest health craze – but one that I think will be hear to stay as they are so quick and easy to prepare, healthy AND they taste delicious too.
Buckwheat pancakes with blueberries are a real treat for breakfast or they make a tasty, light dessert too. Despite it's name, buckwheat is part of rhubarb family—not wheat. It is gluten free and so makes an excellent alternative for those who are intolerant to wheat....
The sweetness of mango with a kick of lemon and mint will awaken your taste-buds with a delightful zing!
The sweet and sour tartness of the cherries combines well with the slightly earthy flavour of the hemp to give this smoothie a real punch.
If you’re new to the world of smoothies, this creamy, raspberry smoothie is one I’m sure you will love. Delicious and really good for you!
Adding green vegetables to your breakfast gives your body a boost of nutrients to start the day. And runny egg yolk on spinach is delicious too.
Green cardamom and cinnamon are both naturally sweet and make “Spicy Semolina” a warming breakfast that awaken’s the senses.
This hearty breakfast will keep you going until lunchtime – or enjoy at anytime of the day when you’re hungry and need something nutritious and filling and fast!
Porridge for breakfast is a comforting way to start the day. Oats contain good levels of protein and, despite containing gluten, are far less likely to cause digestive problems compared to wheat.