Used some Hemp Protein Powder, Shelled Hemp Seeds and Hemp Seed Oil in these really dark, chocolatey, smoky cookies, yum
Looking to add a little oomph to your breakfast? These banana protein pancakes might just fit the bill. Part pancake, part banana bread, they are packed with plant-based goodness and make a delicious post-workout meal as well. Top with your favourite fruit, nuts and/or syrups of choice and you’ll be ready to start your day!
Chocolate flavoured anything is one of life’s simplest pleasures… especially for breakfast. This overnight protein oatmeal is one of the easiest, yummiest and well-balanced breakfasts that can be thrown together the night before!
Nutrient rich and easy to digest. This cereal is a good fuel option a few hours before a workout.
This recipe are like tiramisu for breakfast – and who doesn’t like tiramisu ?!
These crepes are one of my favorite breakfasts since I discovered that they could be made with chickpea flour, I’m obsessed with this recipe! Have you ever tried chickpea flour? It’s really versatile, perfect for a lot of recipes, from falafel to …. crepes!
Made with flax eggs, cashews, buckwheat, hemp buttermilk, these are quite nutrient (and carb, let’s not kid ourselves here)-dense. These would make the perfect Christmas morning breakfast to make for your family- it basically tastes like cake the pomegranate arils I added are the perfect fruit for this!
This holiday-ready gingerbread oatmeal and buckwheat porridge is perfect for autumn and winter months. Make a batch quickly in the Instant Pot and eat it all week topped with pears and pecans for a hearty festive breakfast!
Gingerbread is a mix of sweet and spicy. To infuse this porridge with the gingerbread spice profile, I’ve cooked it with cinnamon, ginger, and cloves. Adding homemade gingerbread spice alone is not enough to give this porridge the classic gingerbread flavour though. That’s where molasses and dark brown sugar come in to enhance and bring life to those spices.
Because the toasted buckwheat has such a strong earthy flavour profile, I would not recommend reducing the sugar in this porridge as the sweetener here as it’s key for balancing the gingerbread spices.
This recovery pudding is easy to make, easy to store and is delicious.
I’m always asked for this recipe because it is reallllly good!
Lately I’ve been making this with homemade hemp milk and it is so good! It’s no soak, no strain and really creamy and delicious!
A twist on the traditional sesame-based recipe.
The tahini added is to enhance the creaminess and texture.