Chia seeds are all the rage: high in fibre, gluten free, low carb – plenty of touchpoints for modern cooking. Here we show you how to make a simple breakfast that you could have as an alternative to bircher muesli. [Read more…] about Chia breakfast pudding
These fluffy pancakes are great for a weekend breakfast. Sprinkle with sugar and lemon, or serve with maple syrup, jam, stewed cinnamon apple, or for a real treat, hazelnut spread. The kids love flipping them too. [Read more…] about Fluffy pancakes
Nothing beats an easy meal like an omelette. Once you have perfected the technique, there are loads of filling options to suit the whole family.
This has to be one of the simplest breakfasts to make at home rather than buy at the cafe: bircher muesli. Top with toasted almonds, grated apple and a drizzle of honey, berries, poached pears, yoghurt, seeds or shaved coconut. So many options – it just requires some preparation the night before. Enjoy. [Read more…] about Bircher muesli
- Homemade baked beans are a great source of fibre and are low GI – and as an added bonus give you at least two serves of veggies for the day. You’ll never eat tinned baked beans again after trying these. Make them in a big batch and freeze them for a perfect brunch or emergency Sunday night meal. Also great with a poached egg. A great gluten-free meal or snack.
Who doesn’t love a bacon and egg roll. There is no better way to start the day than with one of these great rolls, a coffee and an orange juice. Eat it at home or head to the park – why wait in a cafe queue? [Read more…] about Rolled egg and bacon roll