You can rise and shine with this delicious breakfast idea! Breakfast is my favourite meal of the day and when it’s a quick breakfast that I can grab on the go then it’s even better. Not only do these overnight oats taste fabulous but a serving of this is a nutritious and satisfying way to start the day too.
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Granola is an absolute cupboard and breakfast staple around here, and I love trying out different ingredients and making each batch a little different. Dates are a fabulous addition to homemade granola – after half an hour in the oven they’ll be chewy and caramelly, yum! There are the usual nuts and seeds included here (use whichever ones you like but pecans and pumpkin seeds are particularly good in this recipe) and I’ve added a good helping of coconut flakes to the mix too. Breakfast is served!
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The holiday season is just about in full swing and what better way to celebrate than with some festive treats! Waffles are a firm foodie favourite and this gingerbread version is inspired by the flavours of Christmas.
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This week I’m teaming up once again with Nature’s Source to bring you another fabulous recipe. Granola is, of course, the hero and these apple, cinnamon and granola breakfast tarts are simply perfect for adding the wow factor to your next brunch or to enjoy as a light dessert. The best part is that they are deceptively simple to whip together!
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Overnight oats have been around for a while and have recently become one of my breakfast staples! We almost always have oats for breakfast at home – either included in our home made granola or cooked up the usual way, but now we are taking it to the next level with this delicious gluten, dairy and refined sugar free overnight oats recipe with a tropical twist.
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I have a special treat for you today as not only am I sharing a new recipe but we are also chatting to fabulous local foodie Sarah Graham! A born and bred Zimbabwean now living in Joburg Sarah started a food blog in 2010 which launched her into the food world’s limelight, but her foodie journey started long before that (more about that in the interview!).
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I was a bit late to the chia party, but once I discovered these amazing tiny seeds and their many health benefits there was no looking back! I love adding them to all sorts of things, especially my smoothies and granola. Continue reading “Easy vanilla bean chia pudding (with video)”