This recipe came about from a classic thought pattern of mine, "I have so many ripe bananas and need to do something with them." I have been craving something sweet so I thought dates was the obvious choice here! These honestly are so so delicious and I just had to share the recipe with you! It would also work well with chocolate chips or raisins in place of the dates.
When I have uni and work early in the morning I love having something I can quickly get out of the fridge and bring along with me. This has been my go to for the last few months and so many people have asked me to share the recipe. This is super delicious and almost tastes like having dessert for breakfast.
This energy dense dust is my new favourite breakfast addition. I love it on top of coconut yogurt or on top of my smoothie bowls paired with cacao nibs and fresh fruit. The subtle orange flavour with the cinnamon has been so comforting in the cooler months.
This recipe came about when I saw a few really overripe bananas sitting in my pantry. I contemplated freezing them but thought how wonderful the house would smell if I did some baking. These are so easy to make and from what my family and friends have said “so delicious.”
I am forever experimenting with new and exciting things I can top my smoothie bowls with. Last week mum asked me to come up with a mix she can put on top of her yogurt for breakfast and she really liked it. This one is similar but I went nuts with the cacao.
This is by far one of my favourite smoothie combinations!! Chocolate and peanut butter are a winning combination and with the dates it actually takes like a snickers. This is fantastic if you are pushed for time in the morning and you just need something quick and easy to blend together.
I took inspiration from a few different recipes to come up with these beauties for you! They are so easy to make and will be the perfect addition to your breakfast menu! I really hope you enjoy these ones!
These have become my favourite addition to all my breakfast smoothies. I have been obsessing over cinnamon for its warming and sweet flavour. This ‘recipe’ is merely a guide. You could do the same with the nuts and seeds that you love.
It is no secret that I love smoothie bowls so coming up with new things I can top it with is always exciting. I also love sharing food with others and granola makes for the cutest gift. I honestly think this granola tastes like honey joys (my sister does too). It is sweet and crunchy and just all around delicious! It is a must make for you this weekend!
One of my favourite cereals growing up was Crunchy Nut. Truthfully, I would eat it straight out of the bag as a snack. I wanted to create my own version at home that didn't contain all the added sugar but still captured the essence of this unbelievably delicious cereal. My family are absolutely loving this one (eating it out of the container).
This is a super simple combination that tastes so creaming and delicious! Bowls like this are a staple for me in summer so I will definitely be sharing some more variations over the coming months. I make this for my dad the night before and keep it in the fridge so it is all ready to go for him when he wakes up.
A craving for fruit bread a couple of weeks ago inspired me to create my own one at home! It is great for breakfast if you are in a rush and just want something quick to grab on your way out. I recommend having it warm with a cup of coffee.
This bowl of deliciousness comes together in less than 10 minutes and is the perfect winter breaky. I always get so excited making porridge because there are so many different things you can do with it. This one is super simple, I hope you like it!
I love having smoothie bowls for breakfast (even in winter). This one is so quick and easy to throw together during the week. If you are a coffee lover like me I think you will love this recipe. Hope you try it out!
I always get a bit of a sugar craving in the afternoon and, like my nonna, love something a bit sweet with my coffee. I wanted to create a muffin that can be prepared early on the week that will keep for a few days (if they last).