Who LOVES carrot cake? Admittedly, I’m ALL ‘bout that frosting, but still. This smoothie bowl is equally as yum and who says that coyo can’t be frosting?
These pineapple and coconut smoothie bowls are literally summer in a bowl. With a bit of ginger for an added kick, they are the perfect breakfast to cool down on a hot summer morning.
Asian-Inspired beef for a quick brekkie? YAS please! Try this Sweet + Spicy Beef dish for a low-carb spicy start to the day! Totally works for dinner too, obvs.
When you need a frosty treat, there’s nothing guilty about this dessert. It’s hydrating (thanks to the sneaky cucumber), packed with potassium AND tastes delish. You can make it choc-chip by stirring in cacao nibs too, if you’re partial to cookie dough ice-cream (who isn’t?!). Spirulina is a rich vegetable protein, and is used widely to boost the immune system thanks to its plethora of vitamins and minerals. It is also said to detox the body of heavy metals – now that’s one hard-working dessert!
I love making up dishes with eggs as the hero. They’re one of the few ingredients that makes a daily appearance in my diet. This dish is a super-simple Turkish Eggs – poachies on Greek yoghurt with herbs, salt, pepper, chilli and sourdough. YASSSSS. What more could you want for a nourishing meal?
Even if you’re at the top of your smoothie bowl game, you probably haven’t tried cauliflower in your creations. When raw and frozen, it’s actually quite tasteless (and full of vitamins that can be lost in cooking). Use it to thicken your next smoothie and sub out some of the usual frozen banana for a lower sugar option.
Tea smoothies are nothing new, but pimping them up to make them a breakfast worthy-dish takes them to new heights. You can make this one the night before and store it in a thermos for a warm start in a flash.
The perfect brekkie in bed, this healthy take on the classic Bennie won’t leave you feeling bloated and stodgy. Healthy, nourishing fats from the egg and avocado will keep you full for hours. Skip the café, and make this at home with a side of love!
If your patient enough to soak these oats in milk the night before, that 5 minutes of prep makes this recipe incredibly creamy. As a sufferer of anaemia, I love to add molasses as a sweetener because it provides a dose of iron. Aside from that, it’s reminiscent of gingerbread cookies, which needs no further explanation! So, good.
This delicious and simple bowl can be whipped up in 10 minutes or less. Such a simple, nourishing dish, with all the robust flavours of Mexicana. Save yourself a heap of time an effort by using up that tin of beans in the cupboard too. Double win!