Category: Breakfast

Mumbai Cheese Toastie

If truth be told, this Mumbai Cheese Toastie should be called the “I Am Not Giving You Any Of My Toastie” Toastie. It is that good. The recipe for the cheese toastie comes from Diana Henry’s new book titled Simple – Effortless Food, Big Flavours. The book is without a doubt one of my favourite books. I love the photography (I think the cover is one of the most beautiful recipe book covers) and the recipes are hassle free, yet…

Dutch Baby

A Dutch Baby is not Dutch and neither is it a baby. Derived from the German Pfannkuchen, it is a large puffy pancake fit for a celebratory breakfast with minimal fuss or to make an ordinary midweek meal all the more special with a delicious dessert. You make a thin pancake batter, pour it into a blazing hot cast iron pan and place it in a hot oven. The batter puffs up around the edges and rises higher and higher…

Apple and Olive Oil Breakfast Muffins

There are hardly any muffin recipes on the site which is a shame as they are so quick and easy to make. I would not go as far to call them healthy as they can be loaded with sugar but these Apple and Olive Oil Muffins are quite light on the sugar and have some good for the heart extra virgin olive oil added in the mix. I have added vanilla, cinnamon and nutmeg to the batter, all spices that…

Coconut and FlaxSeed Porridge

Coconut and Flaxseed Porridge with Spiced Almond and Date Butter is quite a mouthful but then luckily it is a tasty and pretty healthy mouthful. I recently received some products from Crede Natural Oils and in the parcel were packets of coconut flour, flaxseed flour (also known as linseeds) and some nut butters. I am always keen to bake with “alternative” flours but have read that coconut flour is quite tricky so shelved that idea. I did not want to make pancakes…

Fried Eggs in Garlicky Yogurt

Fried eggs in Garlicky Yoghurt with Feta Cheese is now the only way I want to eat eggs. It is so simple yet delicious and I do urge you try it even if it does sound like a strange combination. I love the play of the cold of the yoghurt with the heat of the fried eggs, the warmth of the paprika and the saltiness of the feta cheese. Add to that the chewy texture of a slice of sourdough…

Quinoa Breakfast Bowl

I have mentioned before that quinoa is not one of my most favourite ingredients but when I saw the recipe on What Should I Eat For Breakfast Today for this Quinoa Breakfast Bowl I was so intrigued that I had to make it and try it out. And I was pleasantly surprised. I think using quinoa as a breakfast “cereal” really works. But then I don’t eat breakfast anymore so this was more of a sweetish late lunch for me. I…

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