Who doesn't love carrot cake?!
Well I know some people don't, but if you do, you are going to love this winter warmer of a brekkie.
Like with a lot of my recipes, add or remove ingredients as you please, but I hope you enjoy it as is.
It is full of goodness and having some veggies in your breakfast is always a great way to start your day.
I am on a sustainable living journey, trying to cut back waste as much as I can. With this comes a lot more homemade items and bulk buying food.
I came across a recipe to create your own coconut yoghurt and thought why not give it a go.
It is so easy, full of probiotics, is way cheaper and tastes better than the store bought alternative. So why wouldn't you make it yourself?!
A tip that I came across was to make sure your probiotic capsule only has 'probiotics' in it and not "prebiotics' as the pre can make the coconut milk go mouldy which isn't what we want. We want it to ferment with good bacteria.
How good are pancakes?
I saw Rachael Finch on Instagram add greens powder to her pancake mixture to make them colourful for her kids. I thought this was genius!
I decided to try the same with my own pancake recipe, and it worked a treat. The girls think they are great because they are green, little do they know they are full of goodness #mumwin.
There are so many powders and supplements on the market that I think we have forgotten a bit about the humble fruit and vegge.
When this thought came to me I decided to muck around with a little wellness shot to take each morning to help me get enough fruit and veggie in my day, because let's be real, some days are better than others when it comes to what I eat.
I love playing around with different combos and I found this to be a winner, plus it is full of the goodness.
I am usually a sweet tooth when it comes to the healthy recipes I share with you, but when I mentioned on Instagram that I was making my own satay sauce for a stir-fry, I got a big YES to sharing the recipe.
I LOVE satay, it is creamy and just delicious. The best part about this recipe is it is super easy, and you can keep the chilli out of the kids portion so they can eat it too.
I love overnight oats, they are so simple, healthy and as a mum of two, it is a brekkie I can make the night before. Win win!
Oats are so good for you, they are full of fibre, can help lower bad cholesterol, control blood pressure and keep you feeling fuller for longer. And that is just the benefits of the oats, not to mention the benefits of the nuts and seeds you can add to your overnight oats.
So needless to say, overnight oats are a great healthy breakfast option that even kids love.
One of my childhood favourites!
They were always at parties or cake stalls at Primary School. They are crunchy and crackly, but also when I looked at the ingredients to make some for Ava, there was 1 1/2 cups of sugar in them. WTF??!!
What child needs that much sugar? Obviously they aren't going to eat the whole batch, but geez! So in true Kylie recipe creating fashion, I turned the humble chocolate crackle into a much more healthier version that doesn't compromise on taste.
This is definitely one of my favourite breakfasts, and like most things is usually full of refined sugar and white bread, so I have done a healthy twist on this classic breakfast dish.
You can get creative with your toppings or you can go the old favourites of strawberries and maple syrup like I have here.
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