We usually associate an omelette with savoury. Having it with a slice of toast and put some cheese and veggies in the mix. But I am a sweet tooth, so when I saw a sweet omelette recipe, I was intrigued to try it out.
It is surprisingly delicious and well worth the little extra effort.
I have tweaked the recipe to make it my own.
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.
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.
This warming drink not only tastes delicious but is also full of ingredients that your body will love! Plus you will most likely have the ingredients in your pantry.
Turmeric has become a superfood of late and that is for good reason, it is so good for helping with inflammation in your body and the added cinnamon is great to help stabilise your blood sugar levels. Also, turmeric needs black pepper so the body can absorb all the benefits of turmeric, so make sure you add that to your latte.
Need I say more?!
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.
Muesli bars are a staple item in any kids lunch box or even big kids. But did you know that one muesli bar can contain up to 7 teaspoons of sugar? Healthy they say!!
Grown men should only have 9 teaspoons of sugar per day, so they can have one muesli bar and not much else.
So I wanted to show you how easy and simple making your own muesli bars are for you and your kids.
One bowl is all you need and you can add whatever you want into them, so get the kids involved and have fun making these each week.
Put your hand up if you love a good muffin? Me!!!! But did you know the muffins you buy in your typical cafe are FULL of refined sugar? Not cool.
The other morning I decided to put together my own little creation which is refine sugar free and dairy free for some friends that were coming over for brunch, they were a hit!
Who doesn't love pancakes? Especially on a Sunday morning! This weekend I felt like pancakes and decided to try my own recipe to see what it would turn out like and they were delicious.
Pancake goodness with no guilt attached.
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