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This simple, protein rich omelette makes a really easy gluten free meal- especially if you've got leftover cooked sweet potato (or any other vegetable) on hand. Serve with a green salad and you're away!
Ingredients (serves 4)
1 medium sweet potato (about 300 g), peeled & cut into ½ cm slices
2 tsp ghee
1 cup leg ham, shredded or sliced into bite size pieces
sea salt & freshly ground black pepper
1. Preheat oven 100°C. Steam sweet potato slices over boiling
Polenta, the thick meal ground from corn, is a great gluten free alternative to wheat based staples like pasta and bread. Here quick cooking instant polenta is served with grilled bacon, tomato and boiled eggs for an easy and satisfying spin on a breakfast favourite.
Ingredients (serves 4)
1 cup milk
4 cups vegetable or chicken stock (or
Australian grown papaya tends to be at its best during the cool months because up in the tropical north 'winter' equates with the dry season. Make the most of the blushing, inimitably fragrant fruit with this easy breakfast while it's at its best and most affordable. The ingredients are intended as a rough guide only so adjust them depending on the size of your papaya / how hungry you are. And if you enjoy DIY you can even make your own yoghurt with
Organic Bircher Muesli à la Wholefoods House
Our new House-brand organic Bircher Muesli is a mix of creamy oats with almonds, flaxseeds, plump sweet fruits (goji berries, apple wedges and sultanas) and a generous helping of cinnamon.
Bircher Muesli makes a great weekday breakfast as it can be prepared in advance and stored in the fridge for about five days. In fact soaking the oats immobilises phytic acid (which naturally occurs in all grains) thereby improving their nutritional benefit and
Vegetarian, Gluten free
Pot-set organic yoghurt makes itself!
Yoghurt is a staple in many kitchens. It's also ridiculously easily to make at home without a packet or a fancy yoghurt maker: labour is minimal and the result is immensely rewarding, rich with natural probiotics and free of sugar and milk solids.
The best part is that you will never throw milk away again- and if you buy real unhomogenised milk already you'll know it tends to sour faster than processed products once opened- so this is a
Light & moist for a special holiday breakfast!
Pikelets (like their cousins pancakes, hotcakes and crepes) are fun to make and a bit of a spectacle, too- what with the fry pan sizzling and the smell of melting butter permeating the house they tend to tempt people into the kitchen... And that's exactly what makes them a wonderful holiday or weekend treat!
The festive amount of dairy in this
vegetarian; vegan & gluten free options
Jazz up your morning bowl!
Porridge is a humble breakfast favourite during the cold winter months with good reason: comforting and creamy, sweet and steaming hot it nourishes and warms us from the inside out.
A great source of energy, oats are renowned for their ability to help lower cholesterol levels, contain more soluble fibre than any other grain and boast a generous, high quality protein content of 12 to 14 %.
Vegan, Gluten free, Raw
Organic smoothie goodness!
Whether you've made your own almond milk or bought some from the store this smoothie is a delicious indulgence- at the expense of your purse, not your health! Yes, bananas are expensive at the moment but that's all the more reason to make sure none go to waste. Using frozen banana in your smoothie will give it extra creamy sweetness. You're guaranteed to appreciate every single sip...
Serve as is or serve
Vegan, Gluten free, Raw
Organic nut milk at home
To celebrate the arrival of Living Synergy's lovely Nut Milk Bags in store here's a guide to making your own at home- it's a great way to save money and ensure you're getting the best fresh and nutritious nut milk you possibly can. This recipe uses almonds, but you can make nut milk with any type you please: hazelnuts, macadamias and cashews all work a treat. The Nut Milk Bags come with detailed directions and an information booklet
Gluten free, Vegetarian
Brighten up breakfast with fresh organic corn
For breakfast, brunch or a light meal polenta with soft poached egg (or eggs!) is a light alternative to toast, especially when fresh sweet corn is added into the equation. Creamy and comforting below, the frizzled sage leaves give everything a crispy, colourful lift. Poach the eggs to your liking: the instructions below will give a runny yolk, but all means leave the eggs longer if you like them well done. Just be sure