Preparing breakfast the night before is a great way to save some time in the morning. Oats are perfect as you can add your favourite ingredients and let all the delicious flavours absorb overnight.
We all love granola but the boxed products are filled with sugar and other unhealthy ingredients. Try this cinnamon and apple granola recipe to get started and experiment adding your own extras.
We are lucky to have a good supply of local grown bananas here in Australia. And this means a lot of great banana-based breakfast recipes. A banana smoothie is a delicious breakfast and this dairy-free version is pretty healthy too.
Chocolate Marble Banana Bread
What would we do without banana bread? It’s such a tasty and simple breakfast or snack. It’s often packed with sugar and unhealthy but with the right recipe you can cut out a lot of the unhealthy additives.
Berry Smoothie Bowl
The only thing better than a smoothie is a smoothie bowl! Add some oats or granola and some extra fruit to make a simple drink into a full meal. Try this tasty recipe or improvise your own.
Chocolate Pudding Porridge
Chocolate doesn’t have to be unhealthy. Cacao and cacao nibs are a healthy way to add colour and flavour to your breakfast. This chocolate pudding porridge is as good as any pudding.
Pea and Zucchini Fritters
Fritters are a brunch classic. These are a great option for those who like a savoury breakfast. For fast preparation you can let the mixture sit overnight or even have them reheated. I love them with guacamole and tabasco.
Is there any better breakfast than the humble toast? It’s easy to turn some sourdough or wholegrain bread into a healthy breakfast with some avocado and tomato. Mix up your toppings each day and you can have a balanced breakfast on toast.
When you can’t have scrambled eggs, scrambled tofu is the next best thing. In fact it might be even better. This is a perfect weekend brunch. The balance of seasonings is really where this dish comes together.
Shakshuka is a classic Middle Eastern dish and makes a great brunch for those who love a bit of spice and seasoning to wake up. This version uses chickpea flour to replace the eggs and it’s better than the original.
Sweet Potato Toast
Prepare yourself for this one because you read it right; sweet potato toast. You probably didn’t think a slice of sweet potato could make a delicious breakfast? This is a bit more unusual but you definitely have to try it to understand it.
This is an absolute breakfast staple. Sometimes enough on it’s own, or the perfect partner for another breakfast dish. Everybody has a secret recipe for green blend smoothies so try out a few options to find your favourite.
Mega Breakfast Burrito
Think breakfast burritos are only for omnivores? Think again. This hearty recipe uses potato, tofu and tempeh to create an incredibly satisfying and just a little bit spicy breakfast.
Pancakes don’t have to be a treat when you use the right 3 ingredients. Oats, bananas and plant-based milk make the perfect pancakes and with nothing nasty at all. Add your favourite fruit on top for a tasty and nutritious breakfast.
Berry Breakfast Muffins
Muffins are the perfect pick up and go breakfast. Store-bought ones can be full of sugar, and so can some recipes. Make sure you pick recipes that have minimal added sugar and use whole fruits to add flavour, like this one.
Breakfast Rice Pudding
You might not think it but rice is one of the most common breakfast grains due to it’s popularity throughout Asia. If you feel like something different to traditional porridge oats try this creamy nutmeg rice.