Maple Pecan Latte is a delicious fall coffee recipe. This Starbucks copycat recipe is easy to make at home. If you love Starbucks latte recipes, you need to try this!
These No Bake Chocolate Oat Bars will give you a big dose of peanut butter, oats, and almonds, for an energy packed breakfast bar recipe. It’s a quick and simple recipe that you can make the night before, so you have them ready to go for breakfast.
Make Easy Healthy Banana Ice Cream without an ice cream maker! Simply blitz frozen bananas in a food processor until you have a creamy healthy ice cream. There’s no need for an ice cream machine for this recipe. I know what you’re thinking. Healthy ice cream? Ice cream for breakfast? What is this lady talking about?…
Enjoy these Oatmeal Energy Balls for breakfast! With one batter, you can make four different types of energy balls. This recipe is quick and easy to make, and you can make it ahead of time, so breakfast is ready by the time you wake up.
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.
Honey Espresso Almond Butter is so delicious and addicting that someone may have to pry the jar away from your hands so you don’t finish it in one sitting. It has a bold flavor that pairs exceptionally well with toast for breakfast.
DIY Almond Butter only requires one ingredient! Homemade almond butter is quick and easy to make. Make a jar and store it in the refrigerator as a healthy nut butter for breakfast.
This overnight Apple French Toast Casserole is hearty and filling, and perfect to feed a large family or crowd. You can prepare most of this breakfast the night before, leaving you with minimal steps to do in the morning.
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 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.
This Simple Lacinato Kale Salad with Walnuts, Bacon, and Lemon Dressing is packed full of vitamins, minerals and nutrients for a super food brunch.
Looking for pumpkin breakfast recipes? Try this Roasted Pumpkin on Toast, served with cream cheese, toasted pecans and maple syrup. It’s a stunning and delicious fall breakfast recipe featuring seasonal ingredients. To welcome October, I knew I wanted to post more pumpkin breakfast recipes on The Worktop. Pumpkin is such a great seasonal ingredient, but unfortunately,…
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.
This Sweet Potato and Candied Pecans Bruschetta recipe is packed with flavor, color and texture. You can make the sweet potatoes and candied pecans ahead of time, and simply toast the bread and assemble the bruschetta before serving.
This moreish Spelt and Buckwheat Banana Bread is best eaten straight out of the oven, but tastes just as amazing at room temperature. For those who want something a little more decadent, spread a thin slice of salted butter on it.
This refreshing fruit plate is a dream to wake up to: slices of blood oranges topped with pistachio, drizzled with honey, and served on yogurt. Have this for a quick and healthy breakfast!
These Individual Baked Duck Eggs with Quinoa are quick and healthy, and best of all, they can be either a delicious main or as an addition for any brunch! The recipe scales well so that you can even feed a crowd by simply doubling, tripling, or even quadrupling the ingredients!