Ten Breakfast Recipe Ideas

RECIPES | They say that breakfast is the most important meal of the day, so why not try one of our delcious 10 breakfast recipe ideas to kick off your day.

Coconut Milk Bircher Muslei

coconut milk bircher muesli recipe

This coconut milk bircher muesli is a simple, versatile breakfast option and is a great way to start the day. It’s high in fibre, omega fatty acids and protein which means you get a lot of good stuff in each bite. It is also incredibly easy to alter the combination of seeds/nuts and fruits based on your preferences so you can create all kinds of weird and wonderful flavour combinations.

Healthy Breakfast Panna Cotta

healthy breakfast panna cotta recipe

Our breakfast panna cotta recipe however manages to be low in fat and sugar but high in flavour. We have used milk and natural yoghurt instead of cream, a sprinkle of honey instead of sugar and spices like cinnamon and vanilla to give the panna cotta depth in flavour. The topping of oats and almonds adds some texture to finish off this well balanced delight.

Kaya Pandan Pancakes

kaya pandan pancakes recipe

This Kaya Pandan Pancake recipe is based on kueh ketayap, a Malaysian sweet coconut filled pancake roll. Authentic kueh ketayap calls for juiced pandan leaves, but taken a slightly different approach, and have instead combined kaya (coconut jam) with pandan essence to make a vibrant green yet aromatic pancake.

Raw puffed Quinoa Oat Cereal

raw puffed quinoa oat cereal
This raw puffed quinoa oat cereal recipe is very quick and easy to make. It’s very tasty, low in fat and sugar and full of antioxidants and other good stuff.

Chia Seed Pudding

gluten free chia seed pudding

This gluten free chia seed pudding is so easy to make that it’s almost embarrassing to call it a recipe. All that’s required is 10 minutes of effort in the evening and when you wake up you have a light, healthy breakfast waiting for you in the fridge.

Green Smoothie Bowl

green smoothie bowl recipe

Green Smoothie Bowls are one of my all time favourite breakfasts. They are so versatile and can be adapted to include whatever fruits or vegetables you fancy (or whatever ingredients you have in the fridge). They can also be topped with a range of seasonal fruits, cereals, nuts and seeds to pack in that extra nutrition and keep you feeling satisfied

Winter Fruit Spiced Oats

winter fruit spiced oats

This creamy winter fruit spiced oats is our go to winter breakfast. It’s healthy, high in fibre, warming, rich in antioxidants and very tasty.

Ten Minute Shakshouka

ten minute shakshouka recipe

This ten minute shakshouka recipe is our quick and easy take on this Middle Eastern and North African favourite. Traditionally, this dish would be cooked for 30 minutes and it would use less spice as the extra cooking time allows the flavours to develop. However, the reality of life is most of us are time poor hence a 10 minute version works well. It has great flavour and texture and it is cooked in one pan, so cleaning up is easy.

Peach, Coconut and Pistachio Granola

peach coconut pistachio granola recipe

Through trial and error we came up with this peach, coconut and pistachio granola recipe which, I think, is the best compromise between trying to reduce the sugar content and getting the clusters that are such an integral part of granola. It’s not a low sugar cereal per se, but at around 15% it’s as low sugar a granola as you’re going to realistically get.

Matcha Crepes with Black Sesame Yoghurt

matcha pancakes black sesame yoghurt recipe

This matcha crepes with black sesame yoghurt recipe is based on a mille crepe cake however we have made this a little lighter by changing the cream for yoghurt and decreasing the amount of sugar. Featuring flavours of Japan, it tastes delicious and you won’t feel guilty eating it.

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Lauren
Lauren has travelled extensively, allowing her to experience different cultures around the world. This has fed her desire to travel and try as many cuisines as possible. Lauren's appreciation for food is grounded in the philosophy that food has a unique way of telling a story about family, friends or struggles. She believes food is a way of preserving culture and the stories of the people behind them. This has inspired her to create recipes and design events that ensure food from different cultures is accessible at home.

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