Whenever I want to make breakfast more interesting I always gravitate towards pancakes. I love the way they go so well with fruit and I love to eat fruit for breakfast. My go to pancake recipe is usually these Better-for-you Banana Pancakes which uses wholemeal flour, however I wanted to step it up a notch and make these even healthier and even more nutritious by making them coconut flour pancakes.
This is another one of those recipes where there are too many words to put into the title to describe how amazing it is. These brownies are super healthy, yet rich and chocolatey with hints of nuttiness and sea salt. They are made with raw, whole food ingredients like bananas, super healthy coconut flour and coconut sugar. They are gluten free, grain free, free from refined sugar and are full of nutrients and monounsaturated fats (good fats).
My god I love pizza. Like I LOOOOVE pizza. Who the heck doesn’t? And I love making my own pizza dough – its fun and inexpensive. I’ve been making pizza dough for some years and it has taken me until now to get it just right. It is very disappointing when you take it out of the oven, looking wonderful and it tastes like bland cardboard.
Autumn is creeping in, and I am excited. I thought i’d be sad about summer ending but when it does I’m actually so excited for the beauty of Autumn. A whole new range of seasonal fruit and vegetables and all of those wintery root vegetables and spices. Cinnamon sings autumn and winter to me so this can be my first Autumn style bake.
It’s crazy to think once upon a time I thought I didn’t like eggs. Now I eat them nearly every day! I’m still a bit funny about them. Unlike most people, I can not deal with runny egg – it has to be cooked. My favourite ways to cook eggs are scrambled or in an omelette. One of my FAVOURITE things to eat is scrambled eggs on toast with very well seasoned avocado. Its so quick and easy, fills me up for hours and provides loads of great nutrition.