This tasty breakfast treat is not for the grain-free, carbohydrate- or calorie-phobic – but if you’re really into a delicious, high-fiber, satisfying way to begin your day, here it is! Exercise portion awareness and you’ll be great to go.
quinoa, gluten free oats, maple syrup, maple extract, cinnamon
These are delicious served with plain or vanilla Greek-style yogurt or fresh whipped cream.
Dr. James latest breakfast craze – grain free pancakes made with almond meal.
These are incredibly delicious, nutritious, grain-free bars great for a snack, with yogurt for breakfast or as treat any time of day.
We served our New Year’s Day frittata with a side of homemade baked sweet potato wedges – delicious!
Another favorite fall recipe, our household loves pumpkin pancakes. You can make these as written as a gluten-free pancake, or feel free to substitute with whole wheat or all-purpose flour. We’ve been known to serve these with dinner in lieu of a “bread basket.” They can also be served as dessert with fresh fruit and [...]
I’m not sure if you can really see how beautiful and green this drink is, but it has become a favorite morning ritual for the past few months. Now heading into cooler temperatures, we’re not sure if we’ll continue much longer, but since it’s still working for us as our go to breakfast, we thought [...]
After tasting this you will never want to use boxed almond milk again. You could make it without planning ahead, but we like to soak the almonds or hazelnuts for about 8 hours prior to making the milk – it makes it that much creamier and slightly less bitter – plus it makes it more digestible.
It’s hot outside and the vegetables are wonderfully abundant. We love the simplicity of grilled veggies – they make an awesome side-dish to any meal or can become the star of a breakfast omelet or frittata. We also like to grill the veggies and chop them up into a salad, adding fresh herbs plus a little drizzle of olive oil and a bit of feta or chevre cheese.