Homemade baked beans
This is a healthier take on the classic British beans on toast. If you make homemade baked beans then you can cut out the brown sugar, bacon or lard that you may find in canned varieties. Use cannellini beans and tinned tomatoes for the sauce and pile it on the toast for a super-satisfying morning meal.
Cinnamon raisin brown rice porridge
This is a simple recipe but oh so delicious. By using leftover brown rice this breakfast comes together in just ten minutes. Cook the grains over low heat until the almond milk thickens them up, and you’ve got a gluten-free, porridge-style bowl ready for your favourite toppings.
Chocolate fanatics brace yourselves! These pancakes are healthy, gluten-free and are perfect for a weekend morning when you feel like a treat! They are great served with strawberries, raspberries, or bananas — or any of your favourite fruit really, serve with a drizzle of maple syrup.
No-bake chewy granola bars
If you’re running short on time in the morning, these 10-minute, no-cook bars are a no-brainer. Using just 1/4 cup of honey or maple syrup in the eight-serving recipe, they’re much lower in sugar than store-bought bars. Fill with a mix of nuts and seeds of your choice and coconut oil to give you plenty of healthy fats.
Easy overnight oats with chia
Preparing breakfast in the morning doesn’t get any easier than this. Soak the ingredients overnight, and in the morning just add the fruit of your choice along with nut toppings if you desire. This delicious, healthy, breakfast on the run will become a regular in your diet.
Does this sound unusual? Well, this omelette will have you wanting more. I mean, what better way to start the day than with this egg-free omelette, made with chickpea flour, nutritional yeast and other flavourings. To serve, add tomatoes, spinach, salsa, hot sauce, or whatever plant-based delicious toppings you like.