Granola Dust (Vegan and Gluten Free) is a nutritious pantry staple that will give you a great start to the morning by adding a little extra bit of protein, fiber, vitamins, and minerals to your breakfast. Blitz toasted oats, nuts, seeds and your favorite flavors together for a quick breakfast sprinkle!
This Peanut Butter Apple Toast is an easy to make breakfast toast recipe that is perfect for weekday mornings. It is healthy, kid-friendly, and parent-friendly too, making this a go-to breakfast for the entire family.
A brew guide to teach you how to make pour over coffee. Learn about the 5 most important factors to making a perfect cup of pour over coffee: equipment, coffee grind size, water temperature, and amount of coffee.
This is an easy recipe for Healthy Peach Crisp that uses pre-made granola. It’s a delicious breakfast that will feed a crowd. Or you can store the peach crisp into individual containers and enjoy them as pre-made breakfasts.
This Orange Carrot Ginger Juice is an incredibly refreshing and healthy juice to have at breakfast. This blend of fruit and vegetables gives you a juice that is mild to medium sweetness, with a lil zinger from the ginger.
Enjoy this Chia Pudding with Coconut Milk as a healthy breakfast packed with natural flavor. Use coconut three ways in this chia seed pudding – soaked in coconut milk, mixed with coconut yogurt and topped with toasted coconut.
This Vegan Carrot Cake is packed with all sorts of goodness, texture and flavors. You get bits of carrot, and everything else held together by a moist cake. It isn’t overly sweet like some dessert carrot cakes, and is finished off with a lush Vegan Coconut Yogurt Icing.
The Pink Pickled Eggs look stunning as they sit in the jar, but one simple slice down the middle with a sharp knife turn these Pink Pickled Eggs into a showstopper, as the vibrant pink practically glows against the stark egg white. Red cabbage gives the eggs a natural dye job that is eye-catching and unique.
These Pressure Cooker Baked Beans cook to be thick, rich, and savory with a hint of sticky sweetness from the molasses and brown sugar. This recipe makes a huge pot of Southern-style baked beans that will last you through multiple meals, or feed a hungry crowd.
I call these Strawberry Tang Yuan Dango because on first impression, they look more like Japanese dango, but under the surface, they are more like Chinese tang yuan But tang yuan and dango are really cousins of one another – both are chewy sweet rice dumplings shaped into round balls. These Strawberry Tang Yuan Dango…
This delightfully refreshing Vegan Strawberry Milk is a healthier alternative to the sugary-sweet versions you can buy from the store. There are no refined sugars or artificial flavors in this recipe. Instead, this Vegan Strawberry Milk only has 3 ingredients – strawberries, coconut palm sugar, and almond milk.
Nian gao is a sticky cake traditionally eaten on Chinese New Year. This Matcha Nian Gao is delicious for breakfast when pan-fried with egg, and will give you an energizing boost to start the day.
This Golden Milk recipe is made with a turmeric paste and has hints of vanilla, cinnamon, ginger, black pepper, and cardamon. Enjoy this warm spiced golden milk every day for a healthy morning drink. This Golden Milk recipe makes a small jar of turmeric paste, which you can quickly whisk into your daily cup of…
Adzuki Beans on Banana Rice is a simple breakfast with a fusion of flavors. Bananas and pecans are mixed into the rice, and each bowl is then topped with asian inspired flavors – Adzuki beans, matcha green tea and black sesame.
Three breakfast sushi recipes – Avocado on Dukkah Rice, Smoked Salmon on Black Pepper and Cream Cheese Rice and Blackberries on Cinnamon Maple Syrup Rice. Perfect sushi recipes for a centerpiece at the bunch table, or packed in a bento box to go.
This Coconut Black Rice recipe is very simple to make, but does take a bit of patience since the rice needs time to soak and simmer. Black rice is highly nutritious, making this a perfect choice for breakfast.
Enjoy this Peruvian Quinoa Porridge with Amaranth on a cold winter morning. Keep it simple or add whatever you want to it. Seasonal fruits are always a winner, but so are berries or pomegranate seeds for those days where you’re feeling a little lazier.
Good morning! We have a guest blogger on The Worktop today. Christine from Vermillion Roots shares a bit about mornings on her worktop, and her recipe for Kaya Toast with Soft-Boiled Eggs.