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Breakfasts

Banana Bread, Gluten Free

Another great treat for gluten free eaters – delicious and nutritious banana bread! I’ve even added in raw cacoa nibs for the semblance of chocolate – although technically, it is chocolate great site. Ingredients 6 ripe bananas – mashed 1/2cup water 2 1/2 cups gluten free flour (rice, buckwheat or combination flours work well) 2 eggs 1/2 tsp baking powder 1 tsp of baking soda 1/2 tsp cinnamon 1/4 tsp …Read More

Flavouring your eggs

Looking to add flavour to your eggs? Scrambled, poached, fried…any way will do and the extra flavour adds pizazz and nutrients. Here are just a few ideas… Turmeric (and it’s an anti-inflammatory) Roasted garlic cloves Chipotle with Himalayan pink sea salt Cinnamon gives eggs an unexpected or lovely touch Minced sautéed shallots & tarragon Pesto Fresh fennel Fresh Basil Fresh parsley Fresh cilantro Fresh mint Fresh oregano Fresh dill Fresh …Read More

Healthy Granola

This a great hearty meal in the morning – giving you the energy you need during the AM hours. 12 cups of whole oats. Try not to get processed quick oats and if you need gluten-free, ensure it says gluten free. 3 cups of nuts & seeds, mix of your choice (ex. pumpkin seeds, sesame seeds, walnuts, pecans, almonds, cashews, sunflower seeds, brazil nuts, pine nuts) 2 tbsp of vanilla …Read More

Warm Breakfast Cereal

Mix the following in a medium size pot together: ½ cup of dry grains: options include whole brown rice*, wild rice*, millet*, buckwheat*, kasha, barley, whole rye, bulgur, amaranth*, quinoa*, wheat berries, spelt, kamut, steel cut oats or cornmeal. *this is the gluten free option, not the other grains. ¼ cup of nuts: options include walnuts, almonds, pine, beech, butternut, brazil nut, cashew, hazelnut, pecan, macadamia. Pistachios & peanuts are …Read More